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This air compressor has a max PSI of 150 and is rated 3.7 SCFM at 90 PSI or 4.8 SCFM at 40 PSI and features a 1.5-HP motor, oil free pump, sturdy handle and rubber wheels. - Randy71

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Description Item # 00950910000P Model # 300841
Give Air Tools the Power Needed with the Briggs & Stratton 8 Gallon Oil-Free Portable Electric Air Compressor
The Briggs & Stratton 8 Gallon Air Compressor is the perfect air compressor for any job. Whether you're building a new set of cabinets or trying to give your vehicle a tune-up, you'll be able to power impact drivers, nail guns and more. Power doesn't mean anything if you can't bring it with you. Luckily, this compressor comes with rugged wheels and a reinforced handle that let you get to any job with ease. To keep you from having to wait around for the tank to refill, this unit features a 1.5 HP motor that refills the tank quickly so you can get back to working. Make the Briggs & Stratton 8 gallon air compressor your go-to power source for any job on your list.
The Briggs & Stratton 8 Gallon Oil-Free Compressor is built with a 1.5 HP induction motor for dependable power
Oil-free for less maintenance
Made with an 8-gallon horizontal tank
Working pressure: 120-150psi
Sturdy handle and rubber wheels for easy portability

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I just bought this 3 weeks ago for the same price with the same swy points. It's a quality unit all but a little loud because its oil less. The scfm is 4.8 at 40 psi and 3.7 at 90psi, which is the highest I've seen at this price point and build compared to others. It's enough to run most air tools. You should buy a air hose tool set with this. I bought the cheapo craftsman just to have something now. It's a great unit and I would recommend.
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In for one.... need to blow out the irrigation
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Does anyone have one or is able to comment on the quality of this particular unit, is it worth it etc. Thanks
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I just bought this 3 weeks ago for the same price with the same swy points. It's a quality unit all but a little loud because its oil less. The scfm is 4.8 at 40 psi and 3.7 at 90psi, which is the highest I've seen at this price point and build compared to others. It's enough to run most air tools. You should buy a air hose tool set with this. I bought the cheapo craftsman just to have something now. It's a great unit and I would recommend.
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In for one.... need to blow out the irrigation
Too small. You need atleast 20 gal tank to blow out a sprinkler system. Anything smaller wont blow air long enough to flush whole system before compressor shuts off to refill the tank. Im not an expert, i could be wrong, but to my knowledge, this is too small for what you need it for.
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I think I saw someone use a larger holding tank, then fill it with their smaller one.
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I have never owned a compressor but I am going to do a DIY project around my house to do trimming and wainscoting. so I am looking to buy.
I don't have any nailers yet. Would you recommend this and I buy the nailers separately or wait for a combo kit?
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I have never owned a compressor but I am going to do a DIY project around my house to do trimming and wainscoting. so I am looking to buy.
I don't have any nailers yet. Would you recommend this and I buy the nailers separately or wait for a combo kit?
I was in the same boat and ended up buying the bostitch 3 tool combo kit on sale this summer. CFM is a bit lower but huge savings on the tools vs buying separately. Plus pancake compressors would be easier to move around the house (depending on the house).
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Wish it was oiled
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I have never owned a compressor but I am going to do a DIY project around my house to do trimming and wainscoting. so I am looking to buy.
I don't have any nailers yet. Would you recommend this and I buy the nailers separately or wait for a combo kit?
You could also look into battery powered nailers too. Might be a better option depending on how much you plan to use compressor after your diy project is over.
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Pay more and get the Lowe's Kobalt Ultra Quiet compressor instead. I've had a lot of compressors and it's amazing how nice it is to have a quiet one. Well designed too. I picked it up for $179 less $20 off coupon. Oddly prices vary by store (most local stores had them at $199, but one had them at $179). https://m.lowes.com/pd/Kobalt-Qui...9kEALw_wcB
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Good luck with that. You'd need 4-5 running in series, and then you'd have enough push.
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Too small. You need atleast 20 gal tank to blow out a sprinkler system. Anything smaller wont blow air long enough to flush whole system before compressor shuts off to refill the tank. Im not an expert, i could be wrong, but to my knowledge, this is too small for what you need it for.
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Good luck with that. You'd need 4-5 running in series, and then you'd have enough push.
I think it really depends on your irrigation system. The last 2 years I have winterized mine with (2) 3-gallon compressors, going back and forth while one is filling. Not ideal for time savings, but it worked fine. Each on their own have enough pressure to get the job done, but obviously a bigger tank is needed considering the volume of air that is needed to purge the lines.
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Good luck with that. You'd need 4-5 running in series, and then you'd have enough push.
You'll just need to do it by zones if you can. certainly doable with a 4.6cfm unit for winterizing a zoned sprinkler system. Just don't over pressure it!

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