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Compressor, Air, 4.0 HP
- Item # 4GB42
- Mfr. Model # 4GB42
- UNSPSC # 40151601
- Catalog Page # 3632
- Shipping Weight 86.0 lbs.
- ItemPortable Gas Air Compressor
- Number of Stages1
- Lubrication TypeSplash Lubricated
- Free Air CFM @ 90 PSI4.6
- Free Air CFM @ Max. Pressure4.0
- Max. Pressure125 psi
- Tank Size5 gal.
- Tank TypeSide-by-Side
- Engine BrandHonda OHV GX Gas with Low Oil Shutoff
- (F)NPT Outlet1/4"
- Weight76 lb.
- Pump Oil Capacity4.0 oz.
- Engine Oil Capacity20 oz.
- Overall Length17-1/2"
- Overall Height21-3/4"
- Overall Width17-1/2"
- IncludesRegulator and 2 Gauges
Compliance and Restrictions
Hazardous material - Engines
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.
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