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- ItemStationary Air Compressor
- Number of Stages2
- Engine HP13
- Engine BrandKohler
- Fuel TypeGasoline
- Free Air CFM @ Max. Pressure25.1
- Max. Pressure175 psi
- (F)NPT Outlet1/2"
- Tank TypeHorizontal
- Tank Size30 gal.
- ASME TankYes
- Pump RPM1020
- Pump Oil Capacity64 oz.
- Engine Oil Capacity64 oz.
- Fuel Tank Capacity1.25 gal.
- Engine Pull StartYes
- Engine Electrical StartYes
- Engine AlternatorYes
- Valve ControlPilot, Automatically Idles Engine At 175 psi, Resumes Full Throttle At 145 psi
- Overall Length44"
- Overall Width17"
- Overall Height48"
- StandardsCA Codes
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