Speedaire 35WC82 Stationary Air Compressor, 80 gal, 1-Phase

35WC82 Stationary Air Compressor, 80 gal, 1-Phase

Speedaire

Delivers higher pressure than 1-stage models with low rpm for long life. Features separate compressor and motor chambers with dedicated cooling circuits for maximum cooling and long life. Pressure gauge and On/Off switch are conveniently located on the front of the unit. Compressor comes with a totally enclosed, safety-designed belt guard. 100% duty cycle (with use of synthetic oil). Must be hardwired. Expected pump life is 15,000 hr.


Manufacturer

Speedaire

Model

35WC82 Stationary Air Compressor, 80 gal, 1-Phase

Tank Capacity

80.0 Gallons

Horsepower

5.0 HP

Air Delivery

14.0 CFM

Date Added

01/06/2021

Associated Cost Code

8010

Air Compressor

HP to 10
Air Delivery Cubic Feet/Minute 1 to 41 CFM
Notes Hoses included.
FEMA Rates
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$1.62/hr
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$1.55/hr

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