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Campbell Hausfeld Releases New 1.3-Gallon Quiet Suitcase Air Compressor

A durable oil-free pump provides maintenance-free operation for ongoing use, while key components are designed to deliver reliable performance.

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Campbell Hausfeld expands its line of Quiet Air Compressors with the new 1.3-Gallon Quiet Suitcase Air Compressor.

 

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Campbell Hausfeld expands its line of Quiet Air Compressors with the new 1.3-Gallon Quiet Suitcase Air Compressor.

Weighing just 29 lbs. and delivering a maximum psi of 125, the 1.3-gallon quiet compressor can be easily transported around the jobsite, garage, workshop or house — and small-scale contractors can tote it to and from jobsites without hassle. The slim suitcase design assists with portability and storing in tight places.

The design of the Quiet Compressors produces about half the sound output of conventional air compressors. At just 68 dBa, these compressor offers a quiet work environment and is ideal for when noise is an issue.

A durable oil-free pump provides maintenance-free operation for ongoing use, while key components are designed to deliver reliable performance — and up to four times longer life, said the company.

Specifications for the 1.3 Gallon Suitcase Air Quiet Compressor — Model DC010500:

    • Tank capacity (gallons): 1.3
    • Horsepower: 1.0
    • Max psi: 125
    • cfm @ 90/40 psi: 1.2/2.0
    • Voltage: 120
    • Sound Output: 68 dBa
    • Unit Weight: 29 lbs.

 

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Learn more about the Quiet Compressors in this product video or at thequietcompressors.com.

For more information, visit campbellhausfeld.com.

 

 

 

 

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