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SANBORN® 60 Gallon Oil Lubricated Belt Drive Air Compressor

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    $649.99

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Feature(s)
  • Heavy duty induction motor for maximum performance and efficiency. Large capacity, 60 gallon tank provides more air for longer run times on air tools such as ratchets, impacts, spray guns, hammers, etc. Spread voltage motor allows unit to operate on 208 or 240 volt without any wiring changes. Shipped with synthetic oil for optimum performance and long life. Equipped with pressure gauge and on/off switch. Exclusively sold in Canada at PRINCESS AUTO.  

Application(s)
  • More air for longer run times on air tools such as ratchets, impact wrenches, spray guns, hammers, etc.  

 
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  • Plow Guy

I have owned this unit for almost a month. It has run flawlessly for my purposes, which is in tandem with another 60gal air compressor to operate 100 lb Pressure Abrasive Blaster SKU: 8003897. Very happy with it. It was on sale for $499 when I bought it. To address the above minor complaints... Mine WAS shipped full of oil, in fact, it was overfilled and I had to take a little out. And no, I don't believe any 220v air compressor comes with a power cord, they don't want just anybody messing around with wiring. Mine is set up using an outlet made for a 30A electrical dryer, and matching pigtail. Most would be hardwired to the panel, but this gives me the option of easily moving it if necessary. The outlet and wire are cheap but the pigtail is around $30, but if you happen to know someone who works scrapping old appliances you can probably find a used one for free or nearly free.

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  • Glenn

I bought this compressor about 2 months ago and have just done the first oil change after breakin. So far the compressor has worked perfectly "out of the box" and I have had no issues. The rated pressure buildup of 12 minutes to go from 0 to 130 psi is actually half that - I find it takes only 6 minutes. The cut in is set at 100psi and goes up to 130. I bought this due to needing higher capacity than my 20 gallon compressor as I bought a sandblasting cabinet from PA. I find it is more than adequate for my needs and is working very well so far. I have found no negatives so give this 5 stars.

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  • Terry

I have had this compressor for about 5 months now, and it is absolutely flawless so far. It doesn't come with the cord to plug it in (at least, mine didn't), so I had to go buy that and wire it myself. All is good though!

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  • Randy

***NOTE*** All the documentation and advertising for this unit shows that it is delivered with compressor oil. IT IS NOT! Make sure you check it before starting it. Unit installed easily and once the break in was done, delivered 150 psi of air in about 5 minutes of fill time. I backed the pressure down to the "rated" 135 and tested it. Compressor kicks in at 100psi and quickly builds to the 135 cutoff. Runs the die grinder no problems without slowing down at all. I've yet to try any sanders (air hogs that they are) to see how it performs there. For $549.00, it's a good deal so far.

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Speediet44

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Is this a single phase motor or 3 phase motor, and what is the standard warranty on the unit?

PA_Support_KC

November 18, 2014

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There is a one year limited warranty against defects, and the motor is single phase power only.

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thomas

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how loud this compressor when its running, thanks

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November 10, 2014

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It is very loud. It produces decibel ratings up to 93db.

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thomas

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do you have a 110 volts for this compressor?

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November 10, 2014

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No we don not have this size of compressor in 110 V.

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Brad

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What type and weight of oil does the 60 gallon sanbord use?

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November 06, 2014

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It will use 30W non-detergent compressor oil like 8489874 or 8436784.

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Jeff

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Can this be transported home on its side?

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November 06, 2014

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Yes. You will want to empty the oil before transporting it. Once installed and the oil refilled, let the unit stand for 24 Hours prior to use. Resume the break in and maintenance schedule.

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