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DEWALT D55146 4-1/2-Gallon 200-PSI Hand Carry Compressor with Wheels

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  • 200 PSI max tank storage pressure provides a user with 80% more usable air than the industry leader
  • 5.0 SCFM at 90 PSI allows the compressor to recover quickly after its initial tank charge is exhausted
  • vertical stand feature and collapsible handle allows a user to save space by transporting or storing the compressor in a vertical position
  • 78 dBA operational noise level for a quieter work environment
  • 10-inch non-flat foam tires allow for easy transportation around the jobsite; Ehp efficient high pressure technology allows for longer pump and motor life
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DEWALT built the D55146 Heavy Duty 4.5 Gallon, 200 PSI, Heavy Duty Hand Carry Compressor with Wheels is quiet, efficient and solidly built; constructed to withstand harsh jobsite conditions. Its dual connections allow users to simultaneously operate up to 3 framing nailers or 2 roofing nailers. This versatile compressor is useful to both small framing carpenters & remodelers and large trim carpenter crews & remodelers alike. The unique, patented high efficiency motor and high pressure pump provide a maximum pressure of 200 PSI with 5.0 SCFM @ 90 PSI so you never lose pressure. The D55146 is convenient, with an oil free, maintenance free pump and is easy to move & store with pneumatic wheels. It’s the perfect compressor to choose if you need a lot of power and a low maintenance tool.

From the Manufacturer

The D55146 is a heavy-duty, 200 PSI, 4.5 gallon, 120 volt electric, hand-carry with a mobility kit that is built to stand up to the toughest conductions on a jobsite.  The D55146 produces the air necessary to support up to three framing nailers or two roofing nailers simultaneously.  Additionally, the innovative design of the unit provides professional contractors with increased durability and versatility.  Designed for small framing crews, trim carpenters, deck builders and remodelers, the D55146 is built to handle the most demanding nailing and stapling applications such as sheathing and decking but, is versatile enough to handle the needs of a large trim carpenter crew, or remodeler.  The D55146 features DeWALT patented high efficiency motor and high pressure pump that allows users to take advantage of the additional performance provided by 200 PSI, while at the same time allowing a user’s productivity to be enhanced by a pump that produces 5.0 SCFM (Actual) @ 90 PSI and results in a quick compressor recovery time.

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Technical Details
Part Number 115-D55146
Item Weight83 pounds
Product Dimensions33.5 x 44.8 x 24.5 inches
OriginUSA
Item model numberD55146
Styleportable
Power Source120 Volts
Item Package Quantity1
Warranty DescriptionOne Year Free Service Contract, One Year Warranty
  
Additional Information
ASINB000HZJLV2
Best Sellers Rank #30,037 in Home Improvement (See top 100)
Shipping Weight104 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
Domestic Shipping Item can be shipped within U.S.
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Date First AvailableSeptember 14, 2004
  
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112 of 115 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on July 5, 2007
I like this compressor; quiet, fast, efficient, solidly built. Good features: heavy duty wheel kit, dual connections, good gauges & controls. However, be aware that the drain is not set to drain water completely from the tank in either the vertical or horizontal positions. It needs to propped up at about 45 degrees to get all the condensation out. This is a critical design flaw as residual water in the tank is a big cause of tank failure. Buy the compressor but be sure you drain it well and often.
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83 of 88 people found the following review helpful By K. Borchers on March 4, 2007
After my last cheapo compressor died in a horrible texturing accident (after five years of faithful service, may it rest in peace at the landfill), I felt like it was time for the real deal. Things that drove me to pick this model in particular:

- Wheels, beautiful wheels -- last one was a dual tank 70 pound behemoth. This compressor is heavier, but those wheels make life so much easier. Granted, I could've used a hand-truck before, but having it all integrated as a single unit is a huge bonus. Not looking forward to the first time I get to heave it into the truck, but for now, it gets around the shop just fine. The handle extends easily and quickly for smooth portability.

- 200 PSI, will I ever use it? Well, um, not likely. However, the more important numbers: 5.4 CFM at 90 PSI is pretty great. Opens up alot of options in terms of running a variety of air tools. While I probably won't ever run more than two framing nailers at a time, this compressor should have no trouble with any other air tools I could conceivably use.

- Low noise. At least, lower noise. Air compressors are noisy beasts, no doubt. This one is pretty tolerable in comparison. Fair warning, the 15 minute, no load warmup period is the noisiest this compressor will be. Once the warmup is over and you close the drain to start building air pressure, the RPM cycles down (almost sounds like it's laboring at first, but it chugs away all the way up to an honest 200 PSI). The normal cycle on is at about 160 PSI, and it runs at around 1750 RPM. It's pretty calm sounding, again, as compressors go. No accompanying vibration.

- Price. It's not cheap, but this compressor compares very favorably to others at this price point in terms of features and technical details.
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72 of 78 people found the following review helpful By Moon-tai Yeung on April 16, 2012
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Bought this 2 months ago and used it on and off. Satisfied so far. Most of the specs are accurate, but prospective buyers may want more, please read on. Homeowners beware though, the compressor is not 1.5HP, more like 2.5. It needs a full 15A circuit to run, I measured it.

First off, I'm a DIY homeowner. I owned 2 other compressors prior - a tiny 1.5G oiless and a 2HP 4.5G oil lube twin tank. The first one was confined to pumping tires (barely), 18G nailer and very small paint job (e.g., a door). Retired it quickly. The twin tank was a good as can be, short recovery time and sufficient air for most small air tools. However, it maxed out at 100psi and prevented me from using many tools. It has a long warm up time and the air usually contains a little oil. Finally, it was not mobile, the 60lbs "cube" must be carried using an awkward handle.

Enter the Dewalt D55146. Its footprint is big for a 4.5G, but not bad in terms of storage since you can stand it up (tank on top). The unit is also heavy, weighing 80lbs. But it is surprisingly well balanced, not much worst than lifting my twin tank "cube". Of course, you normally just roll the Dewalt, no lifting necessary.

Now the specifics. The reviews are mixed and, for 3 years, I could not decide (considering that my twin tank never failed, only my back). After New Year, the Dewalt's price dropped and I headed to the Web again. Found a youtube video about a guy who was given an old beatup version of this compressor. He took it apart and tried to rebuild it. This led me to the compressor's part list, part diagrams and price list (available at Dewalt). What I found:
1) It has a brushed motor like an electric drill. Most pumps use an induction motor. Don't know how long the brushes last, but they are NOT cheap.
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45 of 53 people found the following review helpful By Rick on November 4, 2007
The thing I like best about this compressor, is the fact that I will never lose pressure to my nail guns before the motor kicks on again.
With my old compressor I had 125 psi after the motor kicked off, but after a dozen or so shots with my framing nailer, the pressure would drop to around 90 psi, and the motor wouldn't kick on until about 85 psi, so sometimes the nails wouldn't shoot all the way into the wood.
With this compressor, the motor kicks in when the pressure drops to about 160 psi, and since it pressurizes to 200 psi, I get a consistent pressure through my hose, guaranteed. (I run the regulator at 110 psi for framing nailers.)
Also, since the tank pressurizes to 200 psi you get a larger volume of air stored in the tank than other compressors with the same size tank.

I also like the look, the wheels, the relatively quiet operation, 2 air outlets, the extendable handle, and the ball valve drain.
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36 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Mark J. Taylor on October 17, 2007
The DeWalt compressor is capable of 200psi. As such, a 300psi hose is
recommended. I learned only after reading the user's manual and had to
return a 250psi hose. Great jobsite compressor!
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