|Item Weight||20 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||15.5 x 13.2 x 20.5 inches|
|Item model number||CMB15|
|Amperage Capacity||10 A|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Sound Level||79 dB|
|Hose Length||25 Feet|
|Number of Handles||1|
|Warranty Description||1 Year Warranty|
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PORTER-CABLE CMB15 150 PSI 1.5 Gallon Oil-Free Fully Shrouded Compressor
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- 2.0 SCFM at 90 psi allows for quick compressor recovery time, per ISO1217
- 1.5 gal tank in shroud is easy to carry, includes water drain valve and rubber feet
- 150 psi max tank pressure stores more air in the tank for longer tool runtimes
- Durable oil-free pump for long life and no maintenance
- Low Amp 120V motor starts easily in cold weather or with extension cord
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Initial setup requires a couple of wrenches and the included plumbers tape. As stated in previous reviews, the hose and accessories are low quality and you will need some basic additional items to be functional.
I ordered the Campbell Hausfeld MP6000 Tire Inflator with Gauge from Amazon ($17.24) and picked up a Kobalt 1/4-in Coupler Plug Kit Item # 352 ($5.48) from Lowes. The Kobalt kit gives you a quick connect coupler to the end of the hose, a male quick connect for the tire chuck and a female quick connect for the Campbell Hausfeld MP6000. I haven't bought a better hose yet, but I will, the next time I go to Lowes. The MP6000 (or something similar) allows you to control and measure the air flow to the tire. It is a MUST.
After assembling the above, I filled 12 car tires, a snow blower and riding mower. All worked fine. Not as fast a gas station fill, but incredibly faster than the old Campbell Hausfeld CC 2300 Portable I'd had for years.
Read the user manual! The Porter-Cable link to the user manual PDF doesn't work for me. Here is the Sears version. [...]
I've only had this for a couple of days. I'll update after a while or when something fails.
However, the CMB15 failed within the first 5 minutes of use while attempting to inflate my car tire. It failed with exactly the same symptoms as Tim-A reported: a massive internal air leak developed inside the shroud, and based on the loud hiss of escaping air, the leak is somewhere on the left side of the unit (definitely not the safety valve). No way to tell without tearing the unit apart if it is a ruptured tank or blown regulator or failed internal hose/connector. Thank goodness it failed immediately instead of months later on the 3rd or 4th use like poor Tim-A. Amazon's easy return policy saved me in this case - I opted for a refund rather than a replacement. Beware of this model; I should have heeded Tim-A's review instead of all the 5 and 4 star reviews!
2013-12-08 Update: Amazon received the returned failed product and credited my account. I then bought this air compressor from Amazon: California Air Tools CAT-6310 at just under $200. Yes, it was almost 2x more expensive and weighs a bit more, but it's extremely quiet, has a much larger tank, and has a much more reassuring build quality. I am so far very impressed and happy with the CAT-6310 as a basic home compressor.
This Porter Cable unit cuts off at 150psi and cuts in at 120psi. Filling my tires is a breeze and goes much quicker. It's small, relatively lightweight and easy to use as well as store.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Haven't used it too much yet but It fills its' tank pretty quickly. Seems perfect for my needs.Published 2 days ago by Steve A.
I use this in for my RV and love it. I can plug it in to the inverter in my truck to charge up the tank, then walk around top off any tires that need it. Read morePublished 3 days ago by J. Brown
Works great for keeping tire pressure right on my RV! Doesn't take up lots of room and fills very fast!Published 4 days ago by Dave
Works great, fills and refills within a short period of time. I would suggest a coupler to be purchased with it, in order to swap parts quickly.Published 10 days ago by T. Hollis
Received this compressor yesterday and am disappointed at the design quality. First of all, the connecting rod that drives the piston is belt driven, with what looks to be a... Read morePublished 17 days ago by Amazon Customer
Only used once so far but performed well.Used for drywall patch and orange peel texture .Published 1 month ago by Tom Castro
Works great, lite and easy to carry, the only downside is that it seems hard to turn the knob to get the full 125 lbs of air availablePublished 1 month ago by Sparky