Announcement

Collapse
No announcement yet.

all about Air Compressors

Collapse
This is a sticky topic.
X
X
  • Filter
  • Time
  • Show
Clear All
new posts

  • hello PHM! pano ba matanggal ang kalawang sa air tank? sa bawat drain ko kasi after use e parati may kasamang kalawang. pero hindi naman ganun katindi ang kalawang. e brand new naman yung compressor ko. ewan ko na lang kung "brand new repaint" yung binigay na 1hp powercraft ni rollins sakin.

    plano ko din gawan ng cage yung compressor ko once na masettle down na yung mga plans at abubot sa garahe. nakakatakot din masabugan ng tanke kahit na well maintained yung compressor lalo na yung pressure switch.

    Comment


    • Originally posted by onie13 View Post
      where to buy 3HP powercraft 120l like in the post and same price

      Hindi ka makakuha ng 3HP powercraft vertical type with the same price. Mali kse yun tag "PAC 25120H" letter H stands for "Horizontal Type" which is much cheaper kayaganun ang price. Swerte naman ng buyer.

      Comment


      • Originally posted by miked View Post
        hello PHM! pano ba matanggal ang kalawang sa air tank? sa bawat drain ko kasi after use e parati may kasamang kalawang. pero hindi naman ganun katindi ang kalawang. e brand new naman yung compressor ko. ewan ko na lang kung "brand new repaint" yung binigay na 1hp powercraft ni rollins sakin.

        plano ko din gawan ng cage yung compressor ko once na masettle down na yung mga plans at abubot sa garahe. nakakatakot din masabugan ng tanke kahit na well maintained yung compressor lalo na yung pressure switch.
        Natural lang yan miked..drain mo na lang palagi..ako pag matagal kung di nagagamit compressor ko pinawawalan ko ang hangin tsaka tinatangal ko yung drain plug para mag evaporate yung natitirang moisture sa tangke.

        Comment


        • Hi guys. I found a manual for the Vespa air compressors. Here's the link for those who are interested. http://goldpeaktools.com.ph/products...r%20Manual.pdf

          Comment


          • Boo-Semi-Retired
            Boo-Semi-Retired commented
            Editing a comment
            Erick, thank you sir for sharing this manual. this will really come in handy ... cheers

            Boo!

        • Ayaw ma-open yung pdf file na na-download...

          Comment


          • You can message me on our Facebook page at Goldpeak Tools & Hardware and i'll send you a soft copy.

            Comment


            • Hi Guys,
              Is it difficult to re wire 110/120volt US sourced air compressors to 220V?
              Rare and expensive kasi 220v compressor from US.
              Saw some discounted branded air compressors in Amazon.

              Comment


              • Originally posted by ambo2004 View Post
                Hi Guys,
                Is it difficult to re wire 110/120volt US sourced air compressors to 220V?
                Rare and expensive kasi 220v compressor from US.
                Saw some discounted branded air compressors in Amazon.
                AFAIK, it wont be a simple re-wiring job. Buy 220V equipment if you are going to use it here. and BTW, it is 240V in the philippines (at least in our rented house)

                Comment


                • ambo2004, if you have not yet bought a 120V air compressor, then forget that option all together. it's better (and safer) to simply buy a 220V air compressor if your going to use it here in PH. better yet, there are a lot of air compressors sold here in PH whose quality is already good or much better than the brands you see in amazon ... cheers

                  Boo!
                  DIYers Innovate ...

                  Comment


                  • Thanks for the advise guys.

                    Comment


                    • Are the silent and oil-less air compressor any good? saw some in olx. I live in a residential area, I need to be mindful of the noise generated by the compressor. Will the 2hp /50liter capacity enough to provide air for a plasma cutter?
                      Thanks in advance.

                      Comment


                      • guys any advice:

                        i want to relocate my compressor from the other side of the garage and will try to will have to fit GI pipes as conduit para gawa na lang ako outlet ng air to the other sde of the garage;

                        1, me considerable drop ba sa air pressure pag maybe around 40 to 50 ft yung distance ng tank to the air outlet?

                        2. ok ba na schedule 20 na GI pipe gagamitin ko as conduits?

                        3. sa mga joints ba ok lang teflon tapes to secure any thread par iwas leaks?

                        btw my compressor is a 2hp Powercraft

                        Comment


                        • Ask ko lang po about sa Vespa 2HP. I'm hearing weird noises when the compressor is operating.

                          1. there's a periodic choking sound for a moment like the motor is slowing down.
                          2. When the cuttoff pressure is reached and the motor stops, there's a clunking sound which I don't know if its normal or not.

                          It's still charging and working but I'm worried about the sounds I'm hearing. Oil is up to level and the air filters are clean.
                          Maybe you have ideas on what to check, adjust or replace?
                          Thanks

                          Comment


                          • hello mga master.. normel here newbie.. i recently brought a vespa air compressor. any one can help me find a manual for a 2HP air compressor..
                            thanks in advance.

                            normelcapiz@ymail.com
                            Br, normel

                            Comment

                            Related Articles

                            Collapse

                            Collapse
                            • Filter
                            • Time
                            • Show
                            • New Topics
                            Clear All
                            new posts
                            No content found
                            Show More
                            • Filter
                            • Time
                            • Show
                            • New Topics
                            Clear All
                            new posts
                            Please log in to your account to view your subscribed posts.

                            Related Articles

                            Collapse

                            Working...
                            X