Speedaire 5F564 Piston, 14.0 hp Stationary Air Compressor, 30 gal

5F564 Piston, 14.0 hp Stationary Air Compressor, 30 gal

Speedaire

Stationary gas engine-powered air compressor by Speedaire® features a heavy duty 2-stage pump, electric-start engine with overhead cam, low oil shut-down, and 12V alternator. The idle down control helps reduce fuel consumption. Compressor is ideal for locations where electricity is unavailable, and for use with tire changers, inflation devices, pneumatic tools and controls, nailers, and spraying equipment.


Manufacturer

Speedaire

Model

5F564 Piston, 14.0 hp Stationary Air Compressor, 30 gal

Tank Capacity

30.0 Gallons

Horsepower

14.0 HP

Air Delivery

24.0 CFM

Date Added

01/07/2021

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
$1.51/hr
$1.25/hr
$1.50/hr
$1.50/hr
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$1.50/hr
$1.55/hr

data last refreshed on 01/16/2021 14:26:40

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