Makita MAC700 2 HP Big Bore Air Compressor
The MAC700 includes:
- 1x Makita MAC700 2 HP Big Bore Air Compressor
- 1x Makita 447013-E 1/4" Universal Quick Coupler, Male
- 1x Makita 181122-A Air Compressor Oil
- Cast iron pump and Big Bore cylinder/piston combo means super quick recovery time
- Powerful 2.0 HP 4-Pole motor produces 3.3 CFM at 90 PSI for increased productivity and lower noise
- Pump runs at lower RPM (1,730) resulting in lower noise (80dB) and improved pump durability
- Low AMP draw reduces incidences of tripped breakers at start-up
- Pump is oil-lubricated for cooler running temperatures and reduced wear
- Copper finned discharge tubing for increased heat dissipation and reduced water in the tank
- Roll-bar handle for portability and additional protection
- Large automotive style industrial air filter for increased air intake and greater efficiency
Makita's 2.0 HP Air Compressor (MAC700) is equipped with Makita's Big Bore engineered pump cylinder and piston for higher output, less noise and improved jobsite performance. The MAC700 delivers industrial power and results with improved durability for tough job site conditions.
The MAC700 is powered by a 2.0 HP motor. The Makita Big Bore engineered pump with cast iron cylinder has greater bore and stroke for increased compression, faster recovery and less noise. The cast iron construction is engineered for increased durability even under tough job site conditions. The MAC700 has an oil lubricated pump and is equipped with a large automotive style filter for increased air intake and greater efficiency. The Big Bore oil-lubricated pump is also more efficient: the MAC700 runs cooler and at half the RPM of most competitive units, resulting in greater motor and pump life and lower noise.
The 2.6 gallon tank sustains an operating pressure of 130 PSI, and delivers 40 PSI (3.8 CFM) and 90 PSI (3.3 CFM). The low AMP draw reduces instances of tripped breakers and voltage drop that can cause premature motor failure. The roll bar handle provides portability and additional protection, helping it withstand harsh jobsite environments. Additional features include a convenient oil drain and oil sight glass, a tank drain valve that supersedes standard petcock design for easier maintenance, and finned discharge tubing that dissipates heat more efficiently.
The MAC700 is engineered for low noise, high output and less maintenance, and delivers industrial power and results with improved durability under tough job site conditions.
- Brand: Makita
- Model: MAC700
- MPN: MAC700
- UPC: 088381053525
- Type: Air Compressor
- Maximum Horsepower: 2 HP
- Running Horsepower: 1.7 HP
- Motor RPM: 1,720
- Voltage (Single Phase): 120 Volts
- Minimum Circuit Requirement: 15 Amps
- AMP draw @ Max Pressure: 12.4
- Bore: 47 Millimeters
- Stroke: 44 Millimeters
- Tank: 2.6 gal.
- Performance (40 PSI): 3.8 CFM
- Performance (90 PSI): 3.3 CFM
- Maximum Pressure: 130 PSI
- Cut-In Pressure: 100 PSI
- Cut-Out Pressure: 130 PSI
- Noise Level: 80 dB
- Dimentions: 18" x 10" x 22"
- Net Weight: 52 lbs.
- Shipping Weight: 60.5 lbs.
- Pump: Oil lubricated
- Package Qty.: 1
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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?
While Tools Plus was quick and accurate with my order at the lowest final price I could find, I have one important criticism of their shipping department. This compressor contains oil and while it is not full when shipped, it is not empty. Compressors should be shipped standing up and one look at Makita's box will tell you the correct orientation. Tool Plus smartly put the Makita box in a larger box, but not so smartly failed to mark the larger box with UP arrows. Of course UPS shipped it flat on its side. In the 'old days' shippers used UP arrows all the time - "sigh" this is a new generation. Well, the oil leaked out....even the UPS guy noticed it. On the positive side, the boxes are intact and I can see no visible damage. A little cleanup, and I'll fire this puppy up and do the break-in.