This super reliable belt drive air compressor is a favourite with DIYers and professionals across the country. A portable single stage, 2 cylinder air compressor, it gives an efficient flow rate, suited to spray painting, sandblasting cabinets, impact wrenches and all the other pneumatic tools you’ll find in any workshop. The dual gauges clearly show how much you’ve got in reserve and the delivered pressure to suit your work.
There’s a vibration-absorbing foot underneath the tank to prevent any mechanical shocks and help keep noise down. Mounted on two heavy duty wheels, it also has a handle so it’s easy to lug it around a workshop or work site.
This is a grunty air compressor perfect for commercial workshops or hard core DIY. Comes with a 1 year warranty. Order yours today.
• 3HP, 230V motor
• 50L tank
• Safety valve and pressure regulator with gauge
• Dual threaded outlets with dual gauges
• Fully automatic on/off control
• 320L/min air displacement
• 210L/min free air delivery
• 7.42 CFM (cubic feet per minute)
• 116 PSI (8bar) maximum pressure
• Euro style hose fittings
• SIP oil lubricated
• Heavy duty wheels for easy portability
• 1 Year Trade Tested Warranty
Dimensions: 84 x 38 x 77cm
Gross weight: 61kg
Net weight: 58kg
Maximum pressure: 116PSI (8bar)
Tank capacity: 50L
Carton dimensions: 81.5 x 40.5 x 71.5cm
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3 months ago2018-07-29 22:22:47
Very happy with the compressor itself and is very quiet for a compressor and holds its pressure well. The only problem I have found is that the push in air fittings they are not compatible with the standard New Zealand type
about 1 year ago2017-10-06 03:04:34
Robust compressor with plenty of capacity to drive spray gun and small air tools. Fairly light and compact.
about 1 year ago2017-03-02 05:07:20
I love how quiet it is and how capable it is at running my trade tools. Only gripe is that the back axle or tyres could be wider as it easily tipped over on uneven ground.