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Q Industries MV50 SuperFlow High-Volume 12-Volt Air Compressor

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  • Inflate a tire in less than 2 1/2 minutes
  • 120 PSI air compressor
  • 16-foot coiled hose
  • Storage bag included
  • Ideal for off-road vehicles
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Q Industries MV50 SuperFlow High-Volume 12-Volt Air Compressor + Viair 90072 0 - 100 PSI 2" Tire Gauge with Bleeder Valve + Teraflex 4807200 Air Deflator
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandQ Industries
Item Weight1 pounds
Product Dimensions11.5 x 9 x 8 inches
Item model numberMV50
Discontinued by manufacturerYes
Manufacturer Part NumberMV50
  
Additional Information
ASINB000BM8RT8
Best Sellers Rank #1,344 in Automotive (See top 100)
Shipping Weight11 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
ShippingThis item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
Date First AvailableJuly 20, 2005
  
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Product Description

Product Description

The MV50 SuperFlow high-volume air compressor is perfect for trucks, SUVs, RVs and other full-size vehicles, and is designed for everyday use--from blowing up your kids' soccer ball to filling up a flat tire. The MV50's 12 volts of power and 120 PSI capacity is comparable to other higher-priced compressors. Features include a 10-foot power cord to reach around the vehicle, a detachable 16-foot hose long to connect from compressor to tire, a built-in pressure gauge, and alligator clips to hook directly to battery. The MV50 delivers flow up to 72 lpm (2.54CFM). Adapters and carrying bag included. Great item if you have an SUV and need air for off-road activities.

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The powerful Q Industries SuperFlow MV50 high-volume air compressor is perfect for trucks, SUVs, RVs and other full-size vehicles, and is designed for everyday use--from inflating your kids' soccer ball to filling up a flat tire. The MV50's 12 volts of power and 120 PSI capacity is comparable to other higher-priced compressors.

Includes a 16ft detachable air hose, adapters, and carrying bag

This compressor includes a 10-foot power cord to reach around the vehicle, a 16-foot detachable hose to connect from compressor to tire, a built-in pressure gauge, and alligator clips to hook directly to the battery. It's a great item if you have an SUV and need air for off-road activities.

Inflate a Tire in Under 3 Minutes

The MV50 air compressor can inflates a full-size truck tire to 25–35 PSI in less than 3 minutes, and can inflate a passenger tire to 25–35 PSI in under a minute. The 120 PSI creates an air flow up to 2.54 CFM (72 lpm).

Adapters and Carrying Bag Included

This air compressor comes with adapters including a 16-foot detachable air hose and a carrying bag. It's ideal for off-road vehicles and a good backup for off-road adventures where tires can deflate far away from an air source.

What's in the Box?

Q Industries MV50 12V Air Compressor, 10-foot power cord with alligator clips, 16-foot detachable air hose, adapter set, carrying bag.




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Customer Reviews

Its very powerfull and works great.
Kim
No company support, no address, no phone number and no replies to emails.
Danny Rodriguez
Airs up 33" x 12.50" tires on my jeep in minutes!!
tex

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

151 of 155 people found the following review helpful By W. Mayhew on September 16, 2007
I just received the MV-50, and it is a well-built, compact unit with good convenience features. The heavy duty nylon carrying case and 15 foot hose are a pleasant surprise for a modestly priced unit.

The rated output is 72 litres per mimute, or about 2.5 cubit feet. The delivery pressure isn't stated for that volume. The maximum rated output pressure is 120 PSI. These are ratings on par with a light duty compressor operated from AC wall power. The owner's manual is a bit vague on duty cycle, staing that a cool-down is required after 30 minutes of operation. The MV-50 can inflate a flat car tire in about three to four minutes, so there should be no need to worry about duty cycle for most applications.

Several people remarked they wish the MV-50 came with a cigarette lighter attachment. The MV-50's motor draws up to 30 amps, which would melt the contacts or at least blow the fuse on most lighter sockets. For instance, the 12 volt socket on my Toyota truck is rated and fused for 15 amps.

The MV-50 comes with clips for attaching dierectly to the 12 volt battery to maximimize the current it can draw and to make sure it receives full battery voltage. As rated, the MV-50's motor should develop 3/4 horse power or more. This assures plenty of power for rapid inflation.

Another reviewer remarked about finding the MV-50 for only $25. That was apparently a short-lived sale at Pep Boys, where the wrong model was briefly discounted. I think they meant to discount the normally less expensive MV-30. Even at the typical $69-$70 price, the MV-50 is a good value.

Plusses: Modest cost. Included accessories and carry bag. 12 volt portabilty. Well manufactured. Long hose. Air chuck makes positive connection by screwing to tire's Schraeder valve.
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100 of 109 people found the following review helpful By K. Goforth on January 26, 2006
I bought this compressor with the intent of airing my tires back up after a day of 4-wheeling. For this purpose, it works amazingly. It comes with an awesome carrying case, and everything else you would expect with a portable air compressor...it will air up my tires quickly--the specs state about 4 minutes to air up a 35" tire.

When running, the compressor is pretty quiet and doesn't vibrate and bounce around. The built-in gauge is quite accurate once the unit is turned off.

In short...buy this air compressor if you have ANY use for it at all. It will easily beat compressors which cost over 3 times what this unit does.
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43 of 47 people found the following review helpful By William Silvey on February 22, 2012
I purchased an MV50 Portable Air Compressor on 13 July 2011. I have only used the unit a couple of times and it worked OK on my truck tires. While pumping up a bicycle tire, however, after allowing the proper, stated, cool down period, the unit quit on me. I checked the in-line fuse, after retreiving the green 30 amp fuse that came with the unit (I have never before opened the fuse holder or changed the fuse in the unit), and found that the plastic part of the in-line fuse was melted in the holder. I managed to extract half of the fuse but one of the metal arms was welded into place and broke off so that the holder and, therefore, the compressor was unusable. The melted plastic part of the fuse was red, which means that it was a 10 amp fuse, the instructions said it needed a 30 amp fuse and the unit was therefore sent to me with an incorrect fuse installed in it and explains why it was melted. I bypassd the holder (using the 30 amp fuse in the new line I made) and the unit was still dead. Since the unit was still under warranty, I called the Superflow number in the owners manual and was told by a computer to send an e-mail to Customerservice@qindustries and was then hung up on. There is no other phone number provided. I did this and explained the problem and asked for a return authorization number. I got no response after four days so I sent another e-mail with the request and it is now 18 days later and still no response. I've given up on Q Industries equipment and bought another companies compressor.
Don't waste your money!
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80 of 93 people found the following review helpful By Catherine Harmon on June 9, 2006
This little machine is capable of pulling so much current, that it would blow most fuses for Cigarette lighters, which is why the adapter isn't included. It needs to be clipped directly to the battery, and is good at filling large truck tires in a couple minutes.
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29 of 32 people found the following review helpful By Edward Kirton on March 23, 2009
PROS: I use this pump to inflate my large truck tires after a day a 4-wheeling in the backcountry. It's a good pump, adequate air flow, will inflate eight 31-33" tires from 10psi to 40psi without overheating, at about 4 min per tire. Will overheat if you try to fill tires on third truck without letting it cool for 5-10 min first. A few friend of mine also use the same pump and are happy with it, it's very popular with offroad enthusiasts and has been extensively reviewed on 4x4 bulletin boards. At this price, it's difficult to go wrong.
CONS: However, after two years of use, the O-ring inside the chuck on the air hose tore and so was rendered inoperable. I have had great difficulty trying to find a replacement o-ring or hose assembly. The nipple and chuck are of a type unlike any of the (several) standards in use here in the USA so you can't simply get a new hose (it won't fit). The nipple thread isn't even 1/4" diameter, so you can't simply replace the nipple to US standards. This means you can't find a replacement hose and the compressor cannot be connected to an air tank if you have one. The solution: drill out hole and use tap+die kit to rethread to 1/4" so I could replace the nipple to an American standard fitting and use a replacement chuck+air hose available anywhere.
BOTTOM LINE: Good compressor which hasn't failed me yet, but the nonstandard air fittings make repair/replacement a pain, one many people will not want to deal with (especially if you don't have a tap+die set already since they are not cheap). If you fit in that category, you'll have to throw away your compressor when your hose fails.
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