A horizontal tank aprox 30 gallons or so - oiled (preferably with
wheels and a handle.)
Electric 240V single phase.
Max PSI (high as possible) but a working psi of 150 would be nice.
For home use only. (Does not have be Ingersol Rand.) Thanks for your
On 13 Dec 2006 17:12:17 -0800, poison firstname.lastname@example.org wrote:
I bought the $99 Harbor Freight www.harborfreight.com model and wish
I had paid a little more. It pushes the design limits on power and
won't start at 90psi unless I have 120 volts power and an expensive
They have some bigger and better units but of course cost more.
There are a couple of problems with horizontal compressors on wheels,
big ones like you want are top heavy, so a wide base will be essential.
They are also heavy, so normal wheels won't hold up long.
If you were close, I'd make you a deal. I have a monster 5hp 240v
compressor on wheels, sort of, I lost interest in the project and moved
on to vertical compressors, I've stripped a few plumbing pieces off of
it, but it used to be my main unit & would power impacts & roofing
I bought a pair of 1" axle roller bearing solid wheels, like on rail
road carts for the heavy end, but never got around to putting it all
I've seen some with pnuematic tires. I could see the ones on my small
snow blower working just fine. I keep seeing various units but none
that have all that I want. Campbell Hausfeld used to have a huge
selection but when I go to their web site they don't have anything.
I'm going to look at my "Direct Buy" club and see what they have for
Eric in North TX wrote:
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