|Item Weight||63.7 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||19 x 22 x 17 inches|
|Item model number||EC119SA|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||30 day satisfaction gaurantee and 1 year warranty|
Hitachi EC119SA 15 amp 2.5-Horsepower 4-Gallon Twin-Stack Air Compressor
|Price:||$561.77 & FREE Shipping|
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- Powerful induction motor
- Cast iron, oil lubricated pump with oversized bearings for quiet, dependable service
- Contractor preferred 4-gallon twin stack tank
- (2) factory installed couplers
- Comes with a 1-year limited warranty
- Quiet operation and extended life
- Powerful 15 amp-induction motor
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What's in the Box
Hitachi 15 Amp 2.5 Horsepower 4-Gallon Twin-Stack Air Compressor, two industrial couplers, oil dipstick, and 8-ounce synthetic oil.
Top Customer Reviews
It it much quieter, half the weight and will start on a 1600 watt Generator (the Hitachi EC119SA needs a 5000 watt generator to start). The only drawback of the DWFP55130 is it only puts out three quarters of the air and has lower duty cycle. I typically use my compressor 15-30 minutes a week so the duty cycle is not an issue for me.
My experience is as follows;
- Compressor kept up with two Hitachi NR90AE framing nailers providing the nailers were not used in "bump" mode for several consecutive shots.
- Barely able to keep up with one Hitachi NR90AE framing nailer in "bump" mode firing several consecutive shots.
- Completely unable to keep up running two Hitachi NR90AE framing nailers in "bump" mode firing several consecutive shots.
- Compressor kept up with two Hitachi NV83A3 coil nailers providing the nailers were not used in "bump" mode for several consecutive shots.
- Barely able to keep up with one Hitachi NV83A3 coil nailer in "bump" mode firing several consecutive shots.
- Completely unable to keep up running two Hitachi NV83A3 coil nailers in "bump" mode firing several consecutive shots.
- Compressor kept up running one Hitachi NV45AB roofing nailer applying five nails per shingle.
- At times would not keep running two Hitachi NV45AB nailers applying five nails per single without waiting approx 45 seconds to fully recharge.
- Compressor kept up running two MT65A4 finish nailers or two NT50AE2 finish nailers.
I recently purchased a second Hitachi EC119SA for back-up and will run two compressors when "bump" nailing the large framing and coil nailers.
The compressor must operate on a dedicated 15 amp circuit or 20 amp circuit. Due to the oil lubricated pump the compressor can not operate on more then a 10 degree angle.Read more ›
(Over a year later...) I have run the compressor a lot since I changed out the reducer/regulator, and it has been a good performer since then.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Compact unit with great performance (PSI & CFM).
Dual ports for running two guns.
The 5W Dual Viscosity Oil is hard to find. Read more
I owned this for three years and used it maybe 3X per year. Today, I was walking out to my car in the garage when I heard what sounded like a gun shot. Read morePublished on June 5, 2013 by E. K. Dittrich
I bought this unit new not refurbished from amazon via CPO. The unit arrived in a almost pristine factory sealed box. Read morePublished on August 10, 2012 by Amazon Customer
I got this from Lowes. Worked fine for a day... hose broke. took it back. Got replacement. Started it in store. Died on site. Got a third. Started and ran well in store. Read morePublished on April 8, 2010 by joseph smith
I have had this air compressor in my workshop for two years. I have used it maybe 20 hours. I started it up and was blowing some wood dust and pop something broke. Read morePublished on October 15, 2009 by John T. Dub
I bought one of these air compressors last year, during the summer. It worked fine for a few days, then died on me. Read morePublished on September 30, 2009 by Ed D. Walker
Once the machine starts it works great and provides ample air, but it fialed to start several times when I first got it, kicking the reset button. Read morePublished on February 25, 2009 by Jack L. Smith