|Item Weight||30 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||21.2 x 19 x 10.5 inches|
|Item model number||D55141|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year free service contract, 1 year warranty|
DEWALT D55141 2-Gallon 150 PSI Max Trim Oil Free Air Compressor
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- 2.0 SCFM delivered at 90 PSI pump, 2.0 gallon tank and 150 max PSI enables more nails to be fired and provides quicker recovery
- Durable oil free pump provides extended maintenance-free operation
- Low 79 dBA allows for quieter operation
- Roll cage and control panel provide protection to key compressor components
- Low 8 amp draw motor provides easy start-up and reduces breaker tripping; Lightweight (30 lbs), thin (10.5-inch) and compact design is easy to carry and store
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Right to the point: This compressor, due to the way it is plumbed, produces A LOT of WATER that goes directly into the header, then into your expensive nailers...
Only workaround, without buying and rigging a water filter, is to tilt the compressor so that the header inlet is at a downward pitch and the outlets are at the top of the pitch. But add higher volume (framing nailer) and you will get water droplets/vapor no matter what position the compressor is in.
The problem is that there is only one fitting on the tank (besides drain) and the air that the compressor makes bypasses the tank and goes directly into the header and into your tool. Sadly, this air is LOADED with water vapor and quickly condenses into water. I get very little water in the tank as the air and water have to take a 90 degree turn to enter into the tank. Least resistance would just take the air straight through into the header during demand times.
The solution for DeWalt: add a second fitting to the tank so that the compressor directly feeds into the tank and then the other fitting goes to the header for use. That way the water enters and stays IN THE TANK.
Otherwise, this is a GREAT little compressor. Very portable and relatively quiet. Tough design.Read more ›
A very displeased and disgruntled former Dewalt customer.
The problems with poor build are well documented, this compressor won't last long for it's INTENDED use. Mine quit after a year and a half of medium use - if it had lasted 5 years, I probably wouldn't have thought a lot about it, and bought another one.
I won't buy another Dewalt compressor, I only wish other companies would copy this body design, I can't imagine a justification for their more top heavy, awkward designs.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've been using (and abusing) Emglo portable compressors for many years, so since I like DeWalt tools and own many of them and this one apparently used an Emglo pump, I went for... Read morePublished 1 month ago by Skip Thomsen
Bad design, when u carry it the water of the tank flows back into the valve and rusts the thin valves and creates a leak. Read morePublished 5 months ago by Amazon Customer
Cheaply made. It has a terrible air leak near the compressor head. I'd expect this from Harbor Freight Tools, not DEWALT!!!!!Published 9 months ago by Clark Bethancourt
This air compressor is worthless. It burned out after a few hours of light use. I had to replace it with a Rolair. I am very disappointed in Dewalt. Read morePublished 13 months ago by john
This is a nice air compressor; very portable and allows you to use two air tools at a time, but the lack of a filter allows condensation to build up in the tank, which shortens its... Read morePublished 21 months ago by J. Caffarella
Mine just died after 5 years of use. After 3 years, the safety valve began to leak intermittently. After 4 years, it started making a buzzing sound and refused to turn on... Read morePublished on March 30, 2014 by Jeff
This is a great little portable unit. I like the fact that it also has two connections. It is relatively quiet too.Published on November 22, 2013 by JAK
This compressor is the right size and weight for what we do in our buiness. Dewalt did it right on this compressor.Published on October 8, 2013 by Gary McBride