Ingersoll Rand 2545E10-V 203 Horizontal Air Compressor
Ingersoll Rand 2545E10-V 203 10HP 3PH 200V Horizontal Air Compressor
- Two individual compressor pumps (and a motor for each) to run multiple units without sacrificing any power
- 100% cast iron construction lasts a lifetime
- Pumps out a powerful 70.4 cfm at 175 psig
- 200 Volts, 10 Horsepower (Nema 1 & Open Drip Proof Motor), 175 PSIG, requires 3 phase power
- 100% continuous duty mode works long and hard without a break
- Radial fins and integral fan blade keeps the compressor cool while it works
- Auto Start-Stop pressure switch
- Magnetic Motor Starter Included
Two pumps. Two motors. One tank. One compressor. Ingersoll Rand's 2545E10-V electric-driven duplex reciprocating air compressor is perfect for jobs where electricity is not available in as large a quantity as desired. This 120 gallon horizontal air compressor has two pumps (and a motor for each) so you can power multiple units. Its 100% cast iron construction is durable enough to stand up to anything and everything the workplace throws at it. Like all Ingersoll Rand compressors, this one has radial fins and an integral fan blade, designed to keep the 2545E10-V free of hot spots even when its 10 HP motor is pumping out its maximum 70.4 cfm at 175 psig. It can maintain its max power for as long as you need it to due to its 100% continuous duty mode. If you are in the market for a compressor, you can't do any better than the world's best-selling reciprocating compressor.
The 2545E10-V 203 includes:
- One (1) Ingersoll Rand 2545E10-V 120 Gallon Horizontal Air Compressor
- Tank (gal): 120 Horizontal
- Max Pressure (psig.): 175
- Flow at Max Pressure (cfm): 35
- Voltage: 200
- Engine: 3 phase
- Nominal Power (hp): 10
- Base Length (in.): 83"
- Base Width (in.): 36"
- Base Height (in.):65"
- Weight (lbs): 920
- NPT Outlet (in.): 3/4"
Things to consider.
- Is the tank full of air so it doesn't think its supposed to kick on?
- Is there a "reset" button on the motor that is tripped?
- Is the Regulator adjustment being done correctly?
- Is it plugged in to a proven working power source?
- Is there is "not" enough restriction to the air flow that the gauge won't move up?
- With the Regulator turned all the way off, does the compressor build up pressure then shut off?
- When you open the tank drain slightly does the compressor kick on at about 90~100psi using the Tanks gauge to measure?