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DEWALT - DEWALT HEAVY-DUTY 196 CC (6.5 HP†), 150 PSI, 8 GALLON GAS WHEELED PORTABLE COMPRESSOR Product Demo

DEWALT HEAVY-DUTY 196 CC (6.5 HP†), 150 PSI, 8 GALLON GAS WHEELED PORTABLE COMPRESSOR Intro

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DEWALT HEAVY-DUTY 196 CC (6.5 HP†), 150 PSI, 8 GALLON GAS WHEELED PORTABLE COMPRESSOR Features

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    • DEWALT 196 CC (6.5 HP†), OHV Engine:

      With low oil shut off for engine protection

    • Automatic Idle Control:

      For reduced fuel consumption

    • Large 10" (254 mm) Tire:

      For improved mobility

    • 8 Gallon (30.2L) Tank, 150 Max PSI, 9.0 SCFM* Pump:

      Delivers the surge air power and recovery needed to run extra nailers over standard 8 hp, 8 gallon (30.2L) units

      *Tested per ISO1217

    • Ball Drain Valve:

      Allows for quick and thorough tank draining

    • Low Profile Design:

      Allows for easy maneuverability

    • Long Life Cast Iron Pump:

      With exclusive low oil shut off device prevents lock ups due to lack of lubrication

    • Forced Air Cooling:

      Allows the pump to run more efficiently and produce higher SCFM

 

DEWALT HEAVY-DUTY 196 CC (6.5 HP†), 150 PSI, 8 GALLON GAS WHEELED PORTABLE COMPRESSOR Applications

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DEWALT HEAVY-DUTY 196 CC (6.5 HP†), 150 PSI, 8 GALLON GAS WHEELED PORTABLE COMPRESSOR Specs

  • Specification 1

    • D55672

      Horsepower (HP)†: 6.5

      Displacement (CC): 196

      Drive: Belt

      Tank (Gallon/Liter): 8 /30.2

      Power Supply: DEWALT OHV Engine

      SCFM @ 100 PSI*: 9

      Framers Recommended: 3-6

      Roofers Recommended: 5-7

      Pump Speed (RPM): 925

      Tool Length: 42.27"

      Tool Width: 18.25"

      Tool Height: 25.15"

      Tool Weight: 165 lbs

      *Tested per ISO1217

      † Gross horsepower (HP). This horsepower rating represents the maximum output under laboratory conditions at 3,600 RPM in accordance with SAE (Society of Automotive Engineers) J1995 and should be used for comparison purposes only. Actual engine output will be lower and will vary depending on the application, speed, and other variables including altitude and temperature

 

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