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- ItemElectric Air Compressor
- Compressor TypeTank Mounted
- Number of Stages1
- Max. Pressure135 psi
- Free Air CFM @ Max. Pressure4.9
- Tank Size30 gal.
- Tank TypeHorizontal
- ASME TankYes
- (F)NPT Outlet1/4"
- Pump RPM875
- Pump Oil Capacity11.5 oz.
- On Pressure Switch Setting100
- Off Pressure Switch Setting135
- EnclosureNEMA 1
- Motor TypeOpen Dripproof
- Overall Length40-5/8"
- Overall Width21-5/8"
- Overall Height38"
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This compressor has a Db Rating of 87DBA @ 1 Meter. The only way you can go quiter is a Screw type compressor but they are not this small.
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Because instead of Grainger’s labeling the link as repair parts list, they labeled it owner’s manual – so I didn’t bother to click that link, until after the fact.
Most “owners manuals" are designed to tell the customer how to operate and when maintenance is suggested. Not parts breakdown.
Could you ask them to re-think the labeling? Thanks
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