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- ItemElectric Air Compressor
- Compressor TypeTank Mounted
- Number of Stages1
- Lubrication TypeSplash Lubricated
- Max. Pressure135 psi
- Free Air CFM @ Max. Pressure15.5
- Tank Size60 gal.
- Tank TypeVertical
- ASME TankYes
- (F)NPT Outlet1/2"
- Pump Oil Capacity34 oz.
- On Pressure Switch Setting135
- Off Pressure Switch Setting135
- Overall Length20"
- Overall Width30"
- Overall Height71"
- StandardsOSHA and UL/CSA/ASME
- IncludesPrecision Bearing
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Ingersoll Rand states this unit should never be operated below a temperature of 20° F. Ideally never below freezing 32° F, precautions should be taken to keep this unit from freezing or operating below 20°F. This unit will also generate more moisture, in cold or humid weather.
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