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This Campbell Hausfeld VT6275 Air Compressor is specifically designed for the heavy-duty do-it-yourselfer or professional user. Cast Iron Twin Cylinder Pump for up to 5,000 hours of life (based on B-10 bearing rating). Offers a High Air Flow so you can power a wide variety of air tools. Quieter operation compared to oil-lube aluminum pumps. With its industry leading engineering and specifications, Campbell Hausfeld Air Compressors are capable of tasks ranging from automotive work, paint spraying, contractor nailing and basic inflation.
Cast iron twin cylinder pump design
Powerful 3 HP running motor
Space saving vertical tank design
Durable 60 gallon ASME code tank
High quality, easy-to-read gauges
Up to 5,000 hours of extended life
Over 35% quieter and 60 degree cooler than aluminum pumps with cast iron cylinder sleeves
Heavy item - additional shipping charges apply
This item may ship in the original manufacturer's packaging.
Includes 60-Gallon VT Oil-Lube Vertical Air Compressor - VT6275 Easy-To-Read Gauges 3/4" Discharge Port
This product is listed under the following manufacturer number(s):
Campbell Hausfeld VT627500RB NA
*Denotes a finish or option that has been discontinued
Cast Iron Air Compressors
Low Oil Shutdown
Number Of Motor Stages
SCFM at 90 PSI
How much to ship to Simcoe, Ontario, Hwy.#24 South? I also need to know if i can install my own 5-Hp motor to it instead of it's motor that comes with it?
A. In order to get a shipping quote all you need to do is add the product to the cart and put in your 5 digit US Zip Code or 6 digit Canadian postal code. As for installing a different motor to the unit we do not recommend that you alter the unit in that way as it will completely void the manufacturers warranty and make the item inelligible for return.
What is the difference between this model and the VT6275?
A. The Campbell Hausfeld VT627500RB is a refurbished unit. This is the only difference between the VT627500RB and the VT6275.
What is replaced in a refurbished unit?
A. Refurbished units are units returned for some sort of factory defect or shipping damage. The unit is completely gone through and anything that needs to be replaced or repaired to make the unit fully functional again is.
How many amps does the motor draw?
A. Thank you for your question. The Campbell Hausfeld VT627500RB draws 15-20 amps.
How many quarts of oil does the sump hold?
A. The Campbell Hausfeld VT627500RB holds 8.5 ounces of oil.
What type of oil does it use?
A. The Campbell Hausfeld VT627500RB uses compressor oil or 10W30 mobile 1 synthetic oil.
Can i order a vt627500rb with a 30 or 40 gal tank?
A. The Campbell Hausfeld VT627500RB is only available with a 60 gallon tank.
Can this unit be run on a standard 110v electrical home socket?
A. The Campbell Hausfeld VT627500RB cannot be run on a standard 110 outlet.
are you sure that the SCFM at 90 PSI: is 5.5? other sites are showing it to be 10
A. The Campbell Hausfeld VT627500RB is going to be SCFM at 90 PSI: 5.5
what is the difference between model vt6275 and vt627500rbna
A. The Campbell Hausfeld VT627500RB is a refurbished unit. This is the only difference between the VT627500RB and the VT6275
What is the power requirement (in Amps, 240v)
A. The Campbell Hausfeld VT627500RB is 3.2 rhp, 60 Gal. ... PSI: 135, Volts: 120, Amps: 15, HP: 2.
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