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- ItemElectric Air Compressor
- Compressor TypeTank Mounted
- Number of Stages2
- Lubrication TypeSplash Lubricated
- Max. Pressure175 psi
- Free Air CFM @ Max. Pressure17.3
- Tank Size80 gal.
- Tank TypeHorizontal
- ASME TankYes
- (F)NPT Outlet1/2"
- Pump RPM760
- Pump Oil Capacity2 qt.
- On Pressure Switch Setting140
- Off Pressure Switch Setting175
- ControlAutomatic Start/Stop
- Motor TypeOpen Dripproof
- Overall Length66-1/2"
- Overall Width24"
- Overall Height49"
- StandardsCalifornia Code 462(L)(2)
- IncludesInitial Fill of Heavy Duty Compressor Oil, Vibration Isolators, Auto Tank Drain
Compliance and Restrictions
This product contains a chemical that is regulated under California Proposition 65.
Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause cancer.
Warning: This product contains a chemical known to the State of California to cause birth defects or other reproductive harm.
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You say you have 240V on both wires, are those the wires going to the motor or comming from the fuse or disconnect? You will need to establish if the pressure switch is opening and closing, to do this you will need to check power at the motor. if there is no power at the motor, you switch is likly the culprit. if you have power going to the motor, then you likley have a motor issue.. You can call Grainger at 800-472-4643 and have them connect you to Tech Support Pnumatics & Hydraulics.
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