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Tractor Supply Co has Porter Cable 24-Gallon Portable Air Compressor (PXCML224VW) on sale for $159.99. Shipping is free. Thanks maverick2007

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Features a 1.5 HP heavy-duty induction motor with a direct drive pump that delivers 150 Max PSI, 4.5 SCFM at 40 PSI and 4.0 SCFM at 90 PSI. This Porter Cable compressor will operate a wide variety of pneumatic tools for automotive and agricultural applications as well as your DIY projects around the home. -slickdewmaster
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Specification Description
Brand PORTER-CABLE
Product Weight 110 lb.
Product Weight 91 lb.
Product Length 18 in.
Product Length 18.25 in.
Warranty 2-Year Limited
Air Delivery SCFM At 40 PSI 4.5
Air Delivery SCFM At 90 PSI 4
Airflow Volume 4.5 CFM at 40 PSI and 4.0 CFM at 90 PSI
Air Outlet Size 3/8 in.
Air Outlet Size 14 in.
Amps 15 A
Application/Use Air Brushing, Blow Cleaning, Bolting/Wrenching, Brad Nailing/Stapling, Cutting, Drilling, Finish Nailing, Framing Nailing, Grinding, Hobby Nailing, Hobby Painting, Inflation, and Roof Nailing
CARB Compliant No
Cartridge Size 0 in.
CFM @ 40 PSI 4.5
CFM @ 90 PSI 4
Color Red
Compressor Type Oil lubricated
Country of Origin Imported
Drain System Manual
Drain System Drain valve - bottom of the tank
Drive Type Direct
Duty Cycle 50%
Grade Consumer
Handles Included 1
Hose Included No
Lubrication Type Oil
Magnetic Starter No
Maximum Operating Pressure 150 PSI
Maximum Pressure 135 PSI
Number of Power Speeds 1
Number of Wheels 2
Oil Free Compressor No
Phase Single
Portable or Stationary Portable
Portable or Stationary Portable
Power Type 12 Volt, Electric
Product Height 45 in.
Product Height 46.25 in.
Product Width 19 in.
Product Width 19.25 in.
Pump Material Steel
Running Horsepower 1.5 HP
Running HP 1.5 HP
Stage Type Single-Stage
Tank Capacity 24 gal.
Tank Fill Time 6.5 min
Tank Orientation Vertical
Tank Size 24 gal.
Tank Type Vertical
Voltage 120 V
Manufacturer Part Number PXCML224VW
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I would think so, but I did mine with a 6 gallon pancake one with the addition of the hose adapter kit sold on Amazon. It worked very well.
Every compressor will be like that. As the tank pressure gets higher, the compressor motor must work harder. Some designs are more efficient than others, but every design will put out less volume at higher pressures.
Yes, that's the reason I bought a larger size compressor. The winterization guy was charging me $95 so in one season itself pay off.

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Any recommendations on a air dryer kit to hook to this?
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Not a bad deal if you're trying to put together an inexpensive sandblasting setup or something that requires high volumes of air, but I don't think I could ever buy a non-quiet compressor again.
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Quote from inchlongnipples :
Not a bad deal if you're trying to put together an inexpensive sandblasting setup or something that requires high volumes of air, but I don't think I could ever buy a non-quiet compressor again.
Which quiet one did you buy?
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This looks to be a little better deal, more psi, and a little more reliable than the Harbor Freight air compressors
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Would this be sufficient to winterize an in-ground irrigation system?
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Would this be sufficient to winterize an in-ground irrigation system?
Yes, that's the reason I bought a larger size compressor. The winterization guy was charging me $95 so in one season itself pay off.
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Would this be sufficient to winterize an in-ground irrigation system?
I would think so, but I did mine with a 6 gallon pancake one with the addition of the hose adapter kit sold on Amazon. It worked very well.
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Any compressor pros out there that might be able to speak to the quality of this? Looks like it's regular price is 229 which is far cheaper than a comparable husky compressors which makes me wonder why this is. I like that it's not oil free as I've heard more and more that those have problems with longevity and I know Porter Cable is a bigger name in air tools.
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Anyone explain why it has more CFM at 40PSI than 90PSI?
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Would this be sufficient to winterize an in-ground irrigation system?
Definitely! I've done so with a Briggs & Stratton 8 gallon and also with a Craftsman 6 gallon. Just takes time for recharges and MANY repetitions of zones. I think this past Saturday i spent around 2 hours. I have 7 zones. Used the 6 gallon Craftsman. This is my 3rd year in a row DIY the winterization with my own compressor. Just keep going until it blows nothing but air. You're close when it's blowing mist.

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Yes, that's the reason I bought a larger size compressor. The winterization guy was charging me $95 so in one season itself pay off.
Yeah, my logic too!
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Anyone explain why it has more CFM at 40PSI than 90PSI?
Every compressor will be like that. As the tank pressure gets higher, the compressor motor must work harder. Some designs are more efficient than others, but every design will put out less volume at higher pressures.
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Any compressor pros out there that might be able to speak to the quality of this? Looks like it's regular price is 229 which is far cheaper than a comparable husky compressors which makes me wonder why this is. I like that it's not oil free as I've heard more and more that those have problems with longevity and I know Porter Cable is a bigger name in air tools.
I had bought a used 60 gal version of this compressor, when my 80 gal daily crapped on me last winter. I run a three bay body shop and surprisingly it held us down without much problem. But then again it was a bigger version of this with a stronger motor & used pretty much all day on and off throughout the day. I'd say if you're using this at home for your weekend projects or even daily use, without overloading/overheating the motor. You should be fine! I believe they're all made by the same company with different brand names. (Campbell Hausfeld ?) Most of the parts are compatible with similar models in same class if I remember correctly.
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Anyone explain why it has more CFM at 40PSI than 90PSI?
It's harder to cram more air into a higher compressed space. The CFM is the flow of compressed air from the pump into the tank, not out of the hose.
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