5 Gallon Quiet High Pressure Oil-Free Compressor


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Product Description

The Estwing 5 Gal. Quiet Oil-Free Compressor boasts one of the quietest motors on the market plus superior, high-quality performance.

The 180 maximum PSI 5 Gal. tank provides 50% more useable air than comparable compressors and delivers enough airflow to power multiple tools at once. With 3,000 plus hours of continuous run-time (outlasting value-priced compressor lifecycles by 10x), the oil-free 4-pole motor delivers extended maintenance-free operation for construction, flooring, finish, or framing jobs. Running at just 68 dba at 5 ft. this compressor is ideal for working in enclosed spaces, residential areas, or for finishing late-night projects at home.

The 2-stage, 1.6 HP (peak 2.5 HP) electric motor delivers 3.8 SCFM at 90 PSI, and has an extended operating range of 100 plus ft. To avoid tripping breakers, it draws 10 Amp at startup and operates at a peak of 15 Amp. The tank fills from 0 - 180 PSI in under 2 minutes and cuts in at 135 PSI to maintain consistent air flow, while 2 oil-filled pressure gauges provide high-accuracy readings. Set your desired PSI output with the pressure regulator, and connect to the universal quick connect brass couplers using either Milton's T-style automotive or M-style industrial fittings.

The compressor also features a steel roll cage and control panel, a turn ball drain valve, a built-in power cord wrap, over current protection, anti-vibration rubber feet, a replaceable air filter and an ergonomically designed handle.

  • 5 Gal. tank and 180 maximum PSI provides 50% more usable air than comparable 150 PSI compressors for longer air tool run time and reduced cycling frequency
  • Operates at only 68 dba making it one of the quietest air compressors on the market
  • Oil-free 4-pole electric motor provides extended maintenance-free operation with superior 3,000 plus hour performance

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