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The motor on my 27 year old and massively abused Campbell Hausfeld air compressor died. So Santa came early and about ruptured a gut unloading this off the sleigh. Chuck


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c9zx;103215 Wrote:The motor on my 27 year old and massively abused Campbell Hausfeld air compressor died. So Santa came early and about ruptured a gut unloading this off the sleigh. Chuck

If I were elected President, I would gut virtually all cabinet departments. However, I would make it the law of the land that every single home in America must have two things:

1. An air compressor at least as big as yours.

2. Either an hydraulic lift or oil change pit- Choice is yours.

Oh...and make that 3 things:

3. Every cooler sold in the country must have a bottle opener on it.

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c9zx;103215 Wrote:The motor on my 27 year old and massively abused Campbell Hausfeld air compressor died. So Santa came early and about ruptured a gut unloading this off the sleigh. Chuck

Good deal! Enjoy Chuck.

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Singe phase???????????????
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c9zx;103215 Wrote:The motor on my 27 year old and massively abused Campbell Hausfeld air compressor died. So Santa came early and about ruptured a gut unloading this off the sleigh. Chuck

Hi Chuck,

Congrats on your new comp! Hope she gives you years of good service.
BTW, do you know what the Cubic feet per minute output spec is and also the Free air delivery spec is as well on that model?

Have a good Christmas,

GregSmile

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Wow, you must have been a good boy... Congrats...

Wolverine, you have my vote...

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Tnfastbk;103227 Wrote:Singe phase???????????????
Yes, single phase 240VAC, 21 Amps, 5HP.
15.7 cfm at 100 PSI, 15.2 cfm at 175 PSI
Motor RPM=3450, 4 cylinder compressor RPM=1310
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c9zx;103248 Wrote:
Tnfastbk;103227 Wrote:Singe phase???????????????
Yes, single phase 240VAC, 21 Amps, 5HP.
15.7 cfm at 100 PSI, 15.2 cfm at 175 PSI
Motor RPM=3450, 4 cylinder compressor RPM=1310

Nice specs, thanks Chuck.

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That's sweet. I have a Campbell Hausfeld I picked up about 20 years ago. Little 5 or 10 gallon thing with wheels. I hate using it since it is so darn loud. I don't have a good spot for a big compressor but I was thinking a small slab on the side of the house along with something to protect it from the not-too-bad phoenix environment. How long does it take something like that to have some pressure built up?

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will e;103258 Wrote:That's sweet. I have a Campbell Hausfeld I picked up about 20 years ago. Little 5 or 10 gallon thing with wheels. I hate using it since it is so darn loud. I don't have a good spot for a big compressor but I was thinking a small slab on the side of the house along with something to protect it from the not-too-bad phoenix environment. How long does it take something like that to have some pressure built up?
From 0 psi I'd think it takes a while but I don't know yet as I still need to plumb and wire it up (tomorrow's project). I'll let you when I fire it up. Chuck
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