|Item Weight||60 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||20.5 x 16.5 x 14.5 inches|
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|Item model number||PC1131|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Warranty Description||1 year|
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Senco PC1131 Compressor, 2.5-Horsepower (PEAK) 4.3-Gallon
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- Direct Drive Motor
- Cast Iron Sleeve / Cast Iron Head Cylinder
- Twin Tank Configuration. Heavy duty induction motor
- Standard equipment includes 1/4" universal coupler regulator, pressure gauge.
- Delivers 4.3 cfm at 100psi
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|Capacity||4.3 gallons||—||6 gallons||1 gallons||6 gallons||4.3 gallons|
|Item Dimensions||16.5 x 20.5 x 14.5 in||18 x 20 x 18.75 in||17 x 17 x 19.25 in||13 x 14 x 10 in||19 x 19 x 18 in||15 x 20 x 17 in|
Generates 4.4 SCFM which provides enough power for all types of applications, from finish to framing. The oil splash design and induction motor provides the durability expected for professional contractors. Direct drive motor, Cast iron sleeve/cast iron head cylinder, oil-splash lubrication. Specs: 2.0 HP Running, 4.4 SCFM at 90 PSI, 125 max PSI, 4.3 gallon tank. 14.5"H x 20.5"L. 60 lbs. tool weight. Includes: 1/4" coupler.. Direct Drive Motor. Cast Iron Sleeve / Cast Iron Head Cylinder. Twin Tank Configuration. Standard Equipment Includes 1/4" Universal Coupler Regulator, Pressure Gauge.. Delivers 4.3 Cfm At 100Psi
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SENCO's PC1131 workhorse compressor generates 4.4CFM which provides enough power for all types of applications, from finish to framing. The oil spalsh design and induction motor provides the durability expected for professional contractors.
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I originally wanted a Makita MAC700, but when I was making my Amazon wishlist, it was out of stock. I should've waited, but eagerness got the better of me and I asked for the Senco.
As mentioned, it works as it should and meets my needs to power finish nailers (woodworking), fill tires, and blow crud off my garage floor. I wanted to upgrade from my current, dinky, 3 gal pancake compressor. The pancake was under-powered, leaked air, and was screamingly loud. The Senco provides plenty of power and 2hp/4.3 gals seems to be enough for my needs. Bigger would be better, but storage and portability were also concerns. The Senco is heavyish, but managable; and its footprint isn't much greater than the pancake compressor.
Is the Senco quiet? In a word- no. While its noticably less noisy tham my oiless pancake, it still makes a racket. The Makita is reportedly quieter, due to the larger bore and slower motor. Thats one of the reasons I originally wanted it, and kinda wish I held out for it.
So whats wrong with the Senco?
1- The item received differs slightly from the compressor pictured. The gauges on the compressor I recieved don't face upward as pictured. They face inward, toward the compressor motor. This makes the gauges harder to read imo.
2- The air filer housing was a hassle to install. There isn't enough room between the motor and air tank. You need to disassemble the housing, attach the small portion of the housing to the compressor motor, then muscle/squeeze the large portion back onto the other part. (See pic)
3- The bottom gauge originally rubbed against the motor shroud. This would have caused excessive wear and vibration on the gauges and regulator. I was able to move the regulator/gauge assembley off the shroud by simply tightening the coupling that attaches it to the tank. Quick fix, no big deal.
All that said-
The senco works well enough that I don't feel inclined to return it for the Makita. Other than the minor issues I mentioned, it seems to be fairly well-built. My 5-year plan is to upgrade into a much larger compressor when/if I move into a bigger place. I'm sure the Senco will serve me well until I get there.