|Item Weight||59.6 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 22 x 10 inches|
|Item model number||MAC700|
|Color||Teal & Black|
|Style||MAC700 air compressor|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Parts & Labor|
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Makita MAC700 Big Bore 2.0 HP Air Compressor
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- Cast iron pump with big bore cylinder and piston, combined with greater bore and stroke, delivers maximum performance
- Substantially lower noise levels with a large 1,720 RPM pump, enabling greater displacement at lower RPM
- Low amp draw reduces incidences of tripped breakers and voltage drop that can cause premature motor failure
- Oil lubricated provides cooler running pump, minimizes wear
- One-year manufacturer's warranty
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|Capacity||—||5.2 gallons||4.3 gallons||1 gallons||2.5 gallons||2.5 gallons|
|Item Dimensions||22 x 18 x 10 in||19.5 x 29 x 19 in||16.5 x 20.5 x 14.5 in||13 x 14 x 10 in||17.44 x 21.58 x 13.81 in||16 x 17 x 15 in|
Cast iron pump with Big Bore cylinder and piston, combined with greater bore and stroke, delivers maximum performance. Substantially lower noise levels with a large 1,720 - RPM pump-enabling greater displacement at lower RPM. Reduces incidences of tripped breakers and voltage drop that can cause premature motor failure. Cooler running pump, minimizes wear. Specs: Horsepower: 2.0; Pump: Oil-lubricated; Tank (gal.): 2.6 Hot Dog; Performance (CFM): 90 PSI: 3.3, 40 PSI: 3.8; Operating Pressure (PSI): 0 - 130; AMPS: 12.4; Noise level (dB): 80; Size: 18"x10"x22"; Net Weight (lbs.): 52. Includes: 1/4" Brass Makita universal coupler.
Makita's 2.0 HP Air Compressor is equipped with Makita's Big Bore engineered pump cylinder and piston for higher output, less noise and improved job site performance. The MAC700 delivers industrial power and results with improved durability under tough job site conditions.
The MAC700 is powered by a 2.0 HP motor. The Makita Big Bore engineered pump with cast iron cylinder has greater bore and stroke for increased compression, faster recovery and less noise. The cast iron construction is engineered for increased durability even under tough job site conditions. The MAC700 has an oil-lubricated pump and is equipped with a large automotive style filter for increased air intake and greater efficiency. The Big Bore oil-lubricated pump is also more efficient: the MAC700 runs cooler and at half the RPM of most competitive units, resulting in greater motor and pump life and lower noise. The 2.6-gallon tank sustains an operating pressure of 130 PSI, and delivers 40PSI (3.8 CFM) and 90 PSI (3.3 CFM). The low AMP draw reduces instances of tripped breakers and voltage drop that can cause premature motor failure. The roll bar handle provides portability and additional protection, helping it withstand harsh jobsite environments. Additional features include a convenient oil drain and oil sight glass, a tank drain valve that supersedes standard petcock design for easier maintenance, and finned discharge tubing that dissipates heat more efficiently.
Versatile Design for a Range of Applications
The MAC700 is engineered for low noise, high output and less maintenance, and delivers industrial power and results with improved durability under tough job site conditions. The MAC700 is just another example of Makita's commitment to innovative technology and best-in-class engineering.
About Makita Big Bore Air Compressors
Makita Big Bore Air Compressors deliver higher output and less noise for improved job site performance. The Makita Big Bore engineered pump with cast iron cylinder has greater bore and stroke for increased compression, faster recovery and less noise. The cast iron construction is engineered for increased durability even under tough job site conditions. All Makita Big Bore Air Compressors are oil lubricated and equipped with large automotive style filters for increased air intake and greater efficiency. Makita Big Bore Air Compressors deliver industrial power and results with improved durability.
Makita is a worldwide manufacturer of industrial quality power tools and offers a wide range of industrial accessories. Makita applies leading-edge innovation to engineer power tools that are more compact and energy efficient, yet deliver industrial strength power and results. Makita U.S.A., Inc. is located in La Mirada, California, and operates an extensive distribution network located throughout the U.S. For more information, please call 800/4-MAKITA (800/462-5482) or visit makitatools.com. Makita is Best in Class Engineering.
Every Makita tool is thoroughly inspected and tested before leaving the factory. If you are not satisfied with any Makita tool within 30 days of purchase, return it and Makita will provide a replacement or refund. Each Makita tool is warranted to be free of defects from workmanship and materials for the period of ONE YEAR from the date of original purchase. Should any trouble develop during this one-year period, return the COMPLETE tool, freight prepaid, to one of Makita's Factory or Authorized Service Centers. Please see makitatools.com for complete details.
What's in the Box
Makita MAC700 2.0 HP Air Compressor, oil and 1/4-inch universal quick coupler.
Top Customer Reviews
One other tip. If air starts coming out from under the adjusting knob of the pressure regulator, it does not necessarily mean that you need a new regulator. It may just have gotten dirty. If you are handy, it is a fairly easy matter to take the regulator apart and clean it. Just be sure to pay attention to how the various parts go together. Clean everything, lightly lubricate all of the o-rings with silicon paste.and reassemble. There is a good write-up on doing this here. (It's for the MAC5200, but the pressure regulator is the same):
Hope this helps save you some money.
First thing I did was remove the oil drain bolt to make sure all the factory test oil was out of it, glad I did because tablespoon of dark dirty oil came out. I had to tilt the compressor to get most of the oil out.Then installed the air filter with some teflon tape and added a good part of the bottle of oil that was supplied and started the break in procedure. Ran it for 28 mins before I closed the bottom air receiver valve to start building up pressure ( 0-130 psi in 57 seconds )
The quality of this machine was evident the moment I opened the box up. No damage or scratches. The sound of this compressor is one of the best features it's much more pleasant to listen to then the typical screaming hotdog or pancake compressors. I attached photo comparing the size of the tank to my Jegs aluminum air tank (5 gallon I believe) and also of the double boxed Makita packaging to hopefully ease some of your shipping concerns
As for the compressor it's self... It is a very nice design. The cylinder head is cast iron. When used as intended (50% duty cycle) it runs nice and cool. And this compressor is very quiet. Much quieter than any dry compressor I have ever used. The low RPM direct drive motor is a quality motor that will last. The design is quite good... Although top heavy. If you plan on transporting it in a truck you need to secure it so it can't tip over.
At about 60 lbs... It's not as lightweight as a pancake compressor... But it's about half as loud and will likely last 4X longer if properly maintained. The documentation is not great... But you can find videos on YouTube that show how to set it up if you have trouble with the manual. Not a lot to it... Screw on the air filter. Fill it with oil. Screw in the breather cap. Let it run for at least 20 min with the drain vent open.
I decided to drain the oil after running it for the initial 30 min. (Makita recommends 20 min. I did 30.) After 30 min... The Oil did darken considerably. I decided to replace it with fresh oil. I plan to run it for about three months and change it again. The first 90 days are usually where most of the wear & particulates happen. After that... Change the oil every 3-6 months depending on use... And it should run for years.
My MAC700 takes about 64 seconds to fill the 2.6 gallon tank from zero to shut off. (That's sounds about right for a 3.3 cfm compressor of this size to me.)
This is a very solid little compressor. Nice design. Quiet. Only issue is... Makita's horrible shipping box that does NOT protect the compressor in transit.