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Author Topic: small air compressor for airing up 115VAC  (Read 3339 times)
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« Reply #15 on: January 05, 2007, 10:42:08 PM »

We found a 1/2 hp IR compressor with no tank and no switch. I put it in the compartment under the driver and connected to the air tank.

It starts up easily on the mod sine wave inverter and will air the coach up from no air to full 100 psi in about 10 minutes. I just plug it in if I need it. I figure it produces about 2 cfm, so maybe it takes 20 cubic feet of air to pump up the whole works.

It's fairly loud inside around the driver's seat, but no problem outside, at all. I like it.

For what it's worth.

Tom Caffrey
Ketchikan, Alaska

Tom Caffrey PD4106-2576
Ketchikan, Alaska
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