Important considerations when choosing DEWALT Pancake Air Compressor
165 max PSI 6.0 gallon tank 22.7 L and 2.6 SCFM delivered at 90 PSI pump. SCFM 40 PSI 3.7 scfm. High efficiency motor for easy start up in cold weather or extension cord application. 14 ga or larger, 50 ft. 15.2 m or less . 75.5 dBA noise level for a quiet work setting. High flow regulator and couplers to maximize air tool performance. Power Supply 120V, 60Hz, 10 amps., universal motor. The air compressor should be located at least 12 inch away from the wall or other obstructions that will interfere with the flow of air
What is the advantage of this DEWALT Pancake Air Compressor?
DEWALT DWFP55126 6 Gal 165 PSI Pancake Compressor features a high efficiency motor for easy start up in cold weather or extension cord application. 14 ga or larger, 50 ft. 15.2 m or less . It also offers a 165 max PSI 6.0 gallon tank 22.7 L and 2.6 SCFM delivered at 90 PSI pump, which enables long tool run time with quick recovery. The high flow regulator and couplers maximize air tool performance, and a long life oil free pump for maintenance free operation. This unit offers a soft 75.5 dBA noise level for a quiet work setting. A console cover protects controls and is removable to allow easy repair. This unit also features 2 universal couplers to easily support two users, and a ball drain valve for quick thorough tank draining. It has protective rubber leg covers to prevent marring. It has a convenient cord wrap for easy storage, and its 30 lb weight makes it quite easy to carry store. Please confirm that the drain valve is fully closed before using the compressor.
Customer reviewsManufacturing Quality Control Not Good, and Neither is Dewalt Support
I ordered this item based on the features and product reviews. Unfortunately it arrived with a manufacturing defect. There are three main components to this unit the compressor, the tank, and the gauge assembly. When I went to remove the unit from the box it was clear that the compressor wasn t properly attached to the tank. It looks like you should be able to attach it by removing a couple of screws, sliding it down onto the support legs, then shifting it over to lock it into place. That sadly does t work since the gauge assembly prevents you from shifting it over far enough, so to get the compressor it appears you have to remove the gauges from the tank. This is more than I wanted to mess with on a brand new tool.