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Puma Belt-Drive Stationary Vertical Air Compressor - 80-Gallon Vertical, 5 HP, 18.4 CFM, Model# TN5080VM

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Heavy-duty Puma 80-Gallon, 5 HP compressor is built with a cast iron belt-driven oil-lubricated 2-cylinder dual-stage pump to run quietly and deliver long pump life. ASME-certified vertical tank has gate valve to allow downstream air to be shut off. After-Cooler Included No, Air Outlet Size in. 1/2, Air Tank Size gal. 80, CFM at 175 PSI 18.4, Dimensions L x W x H in. 24 x 38 x 73, Drain System Manual, Drive Belt, Amps 22, CFM at 100 PSI 19.6, Max. PSI 175, Motor Phases Single, Package Type Standard, Portable or Stationary Stationary, Duty Cycle 100, HP 5, Tank Type Vertical, Volts 208/230, Working Pressure PSI 100-175, Pump Life hrs. 12,000, Pump Cast iron, oil-lubricated, 2-cylinder, Stage 2. Durable cast iron oil-lubricated pump for long life and no heat transfer between cylinders Dual-stage pump is efficient at 100-175 PSI Copper finned inter- and after-coolers provide good heat dissipation and less moisture Reed valves are made of heat-resistant alloy steel supplied from Sweden ASSAB Valves are specifically designed for maximum efficiency 20,000-hour bearing life Double ringed-style piston for very low oil consumption and longer head life Durable alloy rods Spherodal graphite cast iron crankshafts for maximum strength Ball bearings on each side of crankshaft for smooth running and durability Heavy-duty paper element filters keep cylinder heads clean Durable metal belt guard won't break Oil sight gauge for easy visual oil checks ASME-certified tank is ready for use in commercial shops Rebuildable pump rod inserts and replaceable valves for extra-long pump life
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Questions & Answers for Puma Belt-Drive Stationary Vertical Air Compressor - 80-Gallon Vertical, 5 HP, 18.4 CFM, Model# TN5080VM

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where is this made? pump and motor?

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The pump is made in Taiwan and the motor is made in Brazil.
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What type of warranty comes with this?

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This Puma Air Compressor is covered through the manufacturer for 12 months parts/12months labor.
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What are the motor and pump rpm's

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The motor runs at 1740 RPM's and the pump runs at 856 RPM's.
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