Briggs & Stratton 3-Gallon Air Compressor, Hotdog 074015-00

5 Customer reviews

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$ 55 99

:Air Tank


Size:1-Gallon


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Product Description

  • 3-gallon air tank with 100 max PSI; 0.7 CFM at 40 PSI, 0.5 CFM at 90 PSI
  • 1/3 horsepower motor, oil free pump
  • Flip-up handle for easy carrying and storage
  • 3-gallon air tank with 100 max PSI; 0.7 CFM at 40 PSI, 0.5 CFM at 90 PSI
  • Suction cup foot mounts keep the air compressor stable during operation


Customer reviews(5)

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Georganne
January 9, 2017
Great value for what we purchased it for!! Very happy and excellent customer service from this seller!!
AJ Moody
December 14, 2016
Ideal for my mobile needs around the property. Use it for air nailers and light air needs around the home.
John Galt
July 17, 2018
This little machine had so much potential. Good specs, a known brand, and a competitive price. But it only made it to 75 PSI on its initial power-up before it shut down and a puff of smoke came out around the power switch. When I called Briggs and Stratton at the number on the box (where it says not to return it but to call them for support) they couldn't help me. They gave me another number to call. It seems that B&S paid Alton Industries to put their name on the unit, and refuse to have anything else to do with it. The guy from Alton wanted me to take the cover off of the motor to see what had fried, so they could send me new parts. That would've been acceptable if I'd had it for a while and something went wrong while still under warranty. But when it wouldn't fully air up once? That should've been a prepaid RMA for repair, or an automatic replacement. I hung up on the guy and just returned it.
tlb
April 6, 2018
Great compressor. Has been very reliable so far. Not that loud compared to cheap pancake compressors. Works great in my wood shop. Handles all of my tools like a dream.
a0199847
December 15, 2016
Initially, I really liked the size of the compressor, but it started sputtering and died a few months later. Called customer service and they told me that I should not be using an extension cord - need to plug the compressor directly into the wall without ext cord. Told me that using an extension cord destroys the electronics (starting capacitor or something like that). What a piece of garbage!


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