|Item Weight||30 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.5 x 15.8 x 10.8 inches|
|Item model number||D55140|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Capacity Description||1 - gallon|
|Sound Level||69 dB|
|Accessory Connection Type||Quick Couplers|
|Compatible Fastener Range||Universal Quick Couplers|
|Warranty Description||30 Day Money Back Guarantee, One Year Free Service Contract, One Year Warranty|
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DEWALT D55140 1-Gallon 135 PSI Max Trim Compressor
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- Heavy-duty 1-gallon trim compressor with protective roll cage
- 135 psi maximum, durable oil-free pump, low 71 dB rating, low 2.6 amp motor
- Includes 1 compressor; hose & nailer not included
- 9-inches wide; 24 pounds; 1-year warranty
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Control panel features universal connection for use with any pneumatic tools.
Portability and quiet operation make the compressor especially versatile.
Whether you're testing plumbing lines or making quick work of a remodeling project, the D55140's high-performance operation simplifies trim work and other jobs.
The D55140 features a one-gallon tank and a 2.6-amp motor that delivers 0.75 SCFM at 90 PSI and 135 PSI max, which makes for high-surge performance and quick recovery. Additionally, the draw motor offers easy startup and reduced breaker tripping, as well as a high-flow regulator that provides maximum air pressure to increase jobsite performance. And running at 69 dBA, the D55140 provides end users with a quieter operation compared to the competition.
The D55140 is also equipped with an oil-free, long-life pump, allowing for maintenance-free operation. The oil-free design of the pump eliminates the need for you to check or refill the pump, and it also helps keep your jobsite clean by preventing oil from transferring to your work surface.
Exceptionally Durable for Long Life
The efficient and unique design of the D55140 ensures maximum durability and longevity. DeWalt built the heavy-duty cast-iron compressor with an innovative roll cage and a full-protection frame designed to shield the unit from routine wear and tear and accidental damage. In addition, a wrap-around control panel covers the frame and provides further protection of key compressor components.Compact, Lightweight Design for Easy Portability
Measuring 24 pounds and with a height of just nine inches, the D55140 is ideal for those who prefer hand-carry compressors. For further convenience, DeWalt equipped the D55140 with a one-hand, universal quick connection for easy-to-use operation with any of your pneumatic tools. And for increased efficiency, the D55140 was designed with a ball drain valve for quick and thorough tank draining and with a convenient cord wrap for easy storage.
What's in the Box
135-PSI compressor and manual.
Top Customer Reviews
There's something wrong with the way this unit draws power, which causes a short in the circuit board. The board gets overloaded if you leave it on, and the fuse blows. No fuse means the unit stops working completely. You can replace the fuse (I believe it's a 5 amp fuse) on the inside - but it will blow again after a matter of time (like I said, a defect in the circuitry...)
It is something of a pain to open this compressor up and work on it. I installed a plate on the outside that holds the bottom plastic back together, and removed the stock compression clamps on the hoses and replaced those with screw down hose clamps. Now the unit is easier to open than it was before..but it is still something of a nuisance to open it up and fix it.
To fix this (somewhat) permanently, I soldered wire on either side of the circuit board, and moved the fuse to the outside of the unit. The fuse is now accessable directly on the ouside of the case (between the tank and the knobs) - and when it blows, I can simply replace it with another fuse for about $0.80.
A more permanent solution would be to put a 5A breaker on the outside, so you just have to flip a switch when it pops...but I haven't gotten to that point yet.
.......even with this fix, I would still reccomend staying away from this compressor. It IS ultra portable and when it's working it's great for trim and light work, but who wants to open up an air compressor to fix something that should have been either caught by Quality Control or recalled entirely?
will do anything with a nail gun
yes even a framing gun
just work slow
6 nails a min
very quiet sounds like a washing machine
and feels solid
only rated for 500 hrs
One minor initial annoyance: The tank charged perfectly after the break-in; but as soon as I turned the regulator to pressurise the main line, the all the air bleeds out from what feels like the back of the regulator knob, and line pressure is stuck at 0.
I searched for a solution online and didnt find anything; Rather than just return the unit I took the black faceplate off, charged the tank for a few seconds (10-20psi) and had a feel around as I turned the regulator - it appeared the air was coming directly from the base of the regulator knob; I discharged the tank, slipped a small flat blade under the retaining pin pushing it out, away from the barrel (you can see it as a shiny dot near the base of the knob) and fully unscrewed the knob.
Inside I find a grease covered spring, and under that a plastic valve cap; I gently lifted both out with a pair of needle nose pliers and it is immediately obvious why the valve is leaking - the O ring that is supposed to be around the base of the floating value is sitting loose in the bottom of the chamber.
To fix it: Extract the O-ring and check for damage, mine had none - so I wiped a little of the excess grease onto it and put it back onto the bottom of the plastic valve; put the value in the base of the barrel, put the spring back on top of the value; and the knob on top of the spring, and screwed it about halfway down.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Just using it for simple tasks around the house. Filling my tires and a brad nailer. Works well.Published 25 days ago by R. Garcia
I purchased this because the amp draw was low enough to run on an inverter. I soon learned that .75cfm is not enough to even air up a car tire without running continously. Read morePublished 1 month ago by William Felts
Great portable compressor which I purchased for trim work. Excellent Dewalt quality and great value. Meets all of my expectations!Published 3 months ago by Frank J Finch Jr
Bought this specifically for my 07 Tacoma to plug into my bed outlet. Works perfect! anytime I head to the beach I just load this up air down to my typical 18 PSI and air back up... Read morePublished 4 months ago by Alejandro Espinoza
I have been using the compressor for many months and it works nicely. A bit too noisy...Published 4 months ago by Stevas
I have been using this compressor for a few years, only once in a while for operating my pneumatic finish nailer/stapler and for filling up bike and car tires. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Jason
My husband asked for this for a Christmas present. He has one but it is large and he can no longer lift heavy things. This is perfect for him to get it to where he needs it. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer