Speedaire 6EWK6 Stationary Air Compressor/Generator 30 gal

6EWK6 Stationary Air Compressor/Generator 30 gal

Speedaire

This stationary unit combines a 2-stage air compressor with a 120V generator rated at 2300/3500W. It features a cast-iron pump with oil-splash lubrication. The Honda engine has low-oil shutdown. 3.8 hr. full load run time. Receptacle is 120V, 15A.


Manufacturer

Speedaire

Model

6EWK6 Stationary Air Compressor/Generator 30 gal

Prime Output

3.5 KW

Tank Capacity

30.0 Gallons

Horsepower

13.0 HP

Air Delivery

17.0 CFM

Date Added

01/06/2021

Associated Cost Codes

8310

Generator

HP .1 to 10
Prime Output .1 to 5.5 KW
FEMA Rates
08/15/2019:
09/01/2017:
07/01/2015:
03/08/2013:
09/15/2010:
09/15/2010:
05/01/2008:
08/28/2005:
$5.36/hr
$3.35/hr
$4.00/hr
$3.25/hr
$3.25/hr
$3.25/hr
$4.10/hr
$3.60/hr
8010

Air Compressor

HP to 10
Air Delivery Cubic Feet/Minute 1 to 41 CFM
Notes Hoses included.
FEMA Rates
08/15/2019:
09/01/2017:
07/01/2015:
03/08/2013:
09/15/2010:
09/15/2010:
05/01/2008:
08/28/2005:
$1.62/hr
$1.51/hr
$1.25/hr
$1.50/hr
$1.50/hr
$1.50/hr
$1.50/hr
$1.55/hr

data last refreshed on 07/30/2021 01:56:56

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