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- ItemElectric Air Compressor
- Compressor TypeTank Mounted
- Number of Stages1
- Lubrication TypeSplash Lubricated
- Max. Pressure135 psi
- Free Air CFM @ Max. Pressure9.1
- Tank Size30 gal.
- Tank TypeHorizontal
- ASME TankYes
- (F)NPT Outlet1/4"
- Pump RPM1020
- Pump Oil Capacity12 oz.
- On Pressure Switch Setting100
- Off Pressure Switch Setting135
- EnclosureNEMA 1
- Motor TypeThree Phase
- Overall Length40-5/8"
- Overall Width21-5/8"
- Overall Height38"
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Also the electrician who is wiring this says it is a 3-phase motor which seems correct to me. But he says the pressure switch is single phase.
Any help would be much appreciated.
Yes this unit is 3 Phase and requires a motor starter, the electrician is correct the pressure switch is designed to operate the motor starter.
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