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Electric Air Compressor, 1 Stage

INGERSOLL-RAND

Price: $999.50 / each

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  • Item # 4YW09
  • Mfr. Model # SS3L3
  • UNSPSC # 40151601
  • Catalog Page # 3631
  • Shipping Weight 295.0 lbs.
Country of Origin USACountry of Origin is subject to change.

Technical Specs

  • ItemElectric Air Compressor
  • Compressor TypeTank Mounted
  • Number of Stages1
  • Lubrication TypeSplash Lubricated
  • HP3
  • Max. Pressure135 psi
  • Free Air CFM @ Max. Pressure10.3
  • Voltage230
  • Phase1
  • Amps14.7
  • Hz60
  • Tank Size60 gal.
  • Tank TypeVertical
  • ASME TankYes
  • (F)NPT Outlet1/2"
  • Pump Oil Capacity17 oz.
  • On Pressure Switch Setting135
  • Off Pressure Switch Setting135
  • Overall Length20"
  • Overall Width23"
  • Overall Height66"
  • StandardsOSHA and UL/CSA/ASME
  • IncludesPrecision Bearing
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Rated 5 out of 5 by Great machine I think its the best maker of compressors. Don't forget to buy the Startup kit. Couple of Air filters and there oil. If you do they garentee it for 100% duty cycle if not only 80%. May 23, 2013
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The majority of compressor listings include a duty cycle for the product but this does not.
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Hello,
The Ingersoll Specification Documentation states this is a Continious Duty unit intended for professional use.

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If you buy Ingersall Rands startup Kit and use there oil. The duty cycle is %100. And a longer warrenttee period. If not I am pretty sure its only %80 duty cycle. and 1 year on the warrenttee.
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Ingersoll rates it as 'constant duty' but theres a catch. In the manual it says not to allow the compressor to cycle more than 6 times per hour, otherwise you have to set it up to run non-stop and maintain pressure without cycling on/off.
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Grainger has contacted the product supplier and has been advised by them of the following:

This unit will have a startup draw of 73.5 amps. Please bear in mind it is the initial startup and will drop in amp draw prior to tripping a properly sized breaker.

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The minimum breaker size for this unit is 20 amp, but you will need to verify if your local Electrical Code would require a larger breaker. The manufacturer does not state any additional motor components are required to operate this compressor, but if you would like a copy of the OIPM in order to assist with the project planning, please contact us at 1-800-GRAINGER and we can fax or email you a copy.

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