Campbell Hausfeld 1 Gallon Air Compressor

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Here's a perfect compressor for your inflation, nailing, stapling and air brushing projects. This portable unit is easy to carry, easy to store and easy to use. It's ideal for inflating tires and rafts, as well as finishing trim projects with a brad nailer. The unit comes with

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The Campbell Hausfeld 1 Gallon Air Compressor is perfect for your nailing, inflation, air brushing and stapling projects. This 1 gallon pancake air compressor is a portable unit that is very easy to store and carry. Ideal for inflating tires, this compressor is apt for completing trim projects with the help of a brad nailer. The FP208 pancake air compressor has an easy to read gauge that allows easy monitoring of the air pressure. Its one gallon tank eliminates the disturbance of pulsations caused by piston action. The oil free air compressor features a sturdy handle that allows comfortable handling and simple storage. The Campbell Hausfeld 1 Gallon Air Compressor comes with an accessory kit which includes items such as hose, connectors, inflation needle and nozzles to get started easily.

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The Campbell Hausfeld 1 Gallon Air Compressor is perfect for your nailing, inflation, air brushing and stapling projects. This 1 gallon pancake air compressor is a portable unit that is very easy to store and carry. Ideal for inflating tires, this compressor is apt for completing trim projects with the help of a brad nailer. The FP208 pancake air compressor has an easy to read gauge that allows easy monitoring of the air pressure. Its one gallon tank eliminates the disturbance of pulsations caused by piston action. The oil free air compressor features a sturdy handle that allows comfortable handling and simple storage. The Campbell Hausfeld 1 Gallon Air Compressor comes with an accessory kit which includes items such as hose, connectors, inflation needle and nozzles to get started easily.

Campbell Hausfeld FP2028 Air Compressor:

  • User-friendly design
  • Easy-to-read gauge
  • 100 max PSI
  • Tank eliminates the pulsations caused by piston action
  • The oil free air compressor accessory kit contains 25-foot recoil hose, female coupler, male plug, air chuck, inflation needle, 2-inch inflation nozzles
  • Multi Pack Indicator: No
  • Model No. :FP2028
  • Shipping Weight (in pounds): 12.6
  • Product in Inches (L x W x H): 11.8 x 11.8 x 12.7
  • Walmart No. : 001060062

Specifications

Amps: 2
Color: Multicolor
Volume Capacity: 1 gal
Model: FP2028
Brand: Campbell Hausfeld
Volts: 120
Horsepower: Under 1 HP
Recommended Use: Home Maintenance Compressors
Is Portable: Portable
Street Date: -2209161600000
Condition: New
Material: Multi
Manufacturer Part Number: FP2028
Power Type: Electric Air Compressors
Tank Size: 1 gal
Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H): 11.80 x 11.80 x 12.70 IN
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Cheapest A/C unit available, period....
1/6/2009

Customer review by gsnoorky

3.0 stars 1/6/2009 by gsnoorky
by gsnoorky
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I would recommend this product only if one is really short of "scratch." Considering what it is, it's OK, I suppose. One thing--it may be better than any small car DC (cigarette lighter socket) unit if you have a strong enough power inverter to run it on AC. That would help better with flats, I think. (The DC units run really intensely, so, frustratingly, they always die relatively quickly--they don't depend upon filling a relatively large tank, so, they do continuously put out air, however; this thing doesn't put out much air unless the tank fills at least somewhat.) I have to be patient with constantly recycling the unit. When, I purchased this some years ago, I had never owned an A/C air compressor, so I didn't expect that--I was disappointed, as I'm sure many others here have been. I do use it for tire inflation, but I have to recycle somewhat often. This thing is not good for much of anything except inflation, tedious blowing, and excessively loud noise! (It includes a basketball needle, a coiled-type hose, and toy inflation nozzles). I think that the company mentions using it with paint guns, but that's likely not, in the least minor way, practical..... So, I purchased some blower tools, soon after purchase, along with a water-removing reservoir, fittings, and a better hose, all at Wal-Mart. I also use the item, in place of expensive, hated, under-filled compressed-air cans, for blowing away dust from PCs and electronics. Diligently, I avoid using cans, except for really close or delicate work, so, very patiently, I wait for many cycles. It's been worth it to me, yet now I'm looking for something bigger and better than this. (I'm very glad I purchased the air tools, etc., nevertheless) As for those people who say it never fills up or it never stops, that could certainly be defective leak of some kind, yet, have they tightened the valve on the bottom of the tank? This valve always appears something like this on "pancake" air compressors (models shaped like this), and, it's intended for draining water that condenses out of the air to the bottom of the tank (the air compression causes far colder air inside the tank--as with refrigeration). Conceivably, this water, if not bled off, could cause the inside of the tank to rust and the tank even to fail later(?!)..... Sometimes, I've noted a little water inside the tank and, less often, my Campbell-Hausfeld water-removing tool's reservoir. (This is a hose tool that I attach to the hose before blower tools; it uses a plastic container that may be unscrewed and emptied.) The air has to be really moist, or condensation is negligible.... I don't really regret this purchase--it saved me a lot of money, and I have some useful tools--(I wonder now about PSI limits on those, however). And, I gained a little knowledge. I include some photos of the air-dryer/blower-gun/fitting assembly which I use for blowing out dust with this compressor. All these I obtained at Wal-Mart. I consider these relevant to this review of this product and those of competing models.... Fittings are so helpful with air compressors and accessories that they're rarely mentioned--they're virtually essential if one uses the devices frequently! They're great in that world!

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gsnoorky
Edmond, OK
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:Longer than one year
Gender:Male
Usage:Every few days
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Inadequate for perhaps anything
3/25/2008

Customer review by LeonardoDV

1.0 stars 3/25/2008 by LeonardoDV
by LeonardoDV

Where do I start? This compressor seems to be inadequate for just about anything except inflating a child's toy ball. I bought it mainly for cleaning electronics internals, especially computers, of which I am a builder. Although I found no engineering flaws or damage to the unit, it depletes pressurized air very quickly. Using a very small aperture nozzle, cleaning computers, the compressor would go from a full 100PSI down to 34 or 40PSI in literally about 8 seconds. The compressor pump does automatically switch back on to recharge the tank, but the time needed ramp up from 40 to 100PSI is about two to three minutes. In my opinion, you really would not want this toy for any real work. I've used only once, for an hour, of which over 45 minutes was waiting for pressure to build back up. Pathetic.

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LeonardoDV
Eagle River, Alaska
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Male
Warning - critical part not available
9/11/2013

Customer review by Carrabelle

1.0 stars 9/11/2013 by Carrabelle
by Carrabelle

This is a fine little compressor I keep on my boat for small jobs. BUT, the most likely part to fail is the O-ring around the piston that allows it to compress. It is not a standard O-ring, but part of the piston. Campbell-Hausfeld will not sell you the piston, O-ring, or now the entire motor-compressor unit, which it previously did at more than the Walmart price for the whole thing. So, this is a throw-away unit, fine until you notice that it is taking longer to fill its tank, and then strip it for parts.

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Carrabelle
Northwest FL
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:65 or older
Ownership:Longer than one year
Gender:Male
Usage:A few times per month
Great little air compressor
1/13/2009

Customer review by PapaRico

5.0 stars 1/13/2009 by PapaRico
by PapaRico

I purchased this to use with a model airbrush. It has more psi than my airbrush can handle, but I just stop it at my desired psi and it works great. No more buying canned air. Five cans cost as much as this compressor does. Its worth buying it!

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PapaRico
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:A few times per month
Mind numbingly, bone jarringly LOUD
4/19/2014

Customer review by CGIisthenewLAZY

1.0 stars 4/19/2014 by CGIisthenewLAZY
by CGIisthenewLAZY

I have used compressors for years. I expected loud - Loud is one thing, but it is downright unconscionable of the manufacturer to distribute this item without HUGE RED LETTERS telling you hearing protection is not a suggestion, it's an absolute must - I can't find ANYWHERE on the box it actually even hints you need ear protection, let alone just how loud this compressor really is! NOWHERE on the box or on the manufacturers website do they tell you the decibel rating - now I know why! This thing is so loud I can't set it outside and run the hose in for indoor use - I can't do that to my neighborhood. I am returning it ASAP I suggest the Senco PC1010 1-Horsepower Peak, 1/2 hp running 1-Gallon Compressor. Look it up. It's about twice the price, but better made and not much louder than a window air conditioner. I found a couple of sites that say it runs at 69 DB. It gets GREAT reviews all over the internet.

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CGIisthenewLAZY
US
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:1 week or less
Gender:Male
Good for the money.
1/19/2009

Customer review by HandyManplus

4.0 stars 1/19/2009 by HandyManplus
by HandyManplus

Its a liitle bit loud but for the price works pretty good. I use it for nail guns and this will even push my framing nailer. It just refills very slow for such a small tank. All in all - good.

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HandyManplus
Owings Mills, MD
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:A few times per year
does not last
8/1/2008

Customer review by Ricaaggie

1.0 stars 8/1/2008 by Ricaaggie
by Ricaaggie

WE inflated one tire and 25 footballs,Then the compressor just stopped working. Too bad it is compact and easy to use and the price is good. I wonder why, I will return this product and try a second maybe is is just a bad relay. I noticed others have had similar trouble. I am hoping the company has corrected the problem.

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Ricaaggie
Florida
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:3 - 4 months
Gender:Female
Usage:Once per year
Great tool for the money spent.
6/20/2012

Customer review by ScottinMO

4.0 stars 6/20/2012 by ScottinMO
by ScottinMO

I saw this same unit in a hardware store for $30 more than Walmart's price. I bought it to run a nailer/stapler and it works great. It is a bit noisier than I expected, but that isn't a deal breaker for me for the price. It has a regulator, so you can adjust the output pressure to your air tool's requirements, or set it to the proper inflation pressure for airing up a tire. When you buy one, go ahead and spend a few bucks and get a roll of teflon tape and some brass quick connects for your hose and tools. Walmart also sells those and they aren't expensive. Trust me, you will go back and get them later if you don't. Just FYI, I strongly recommend it for the Campbell Hausfeld SB504000 18 Gauge 2-in-1 Nailer Stapler.

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ScottinMO
Southern Missouri
Would recommend to a friend? Yes
Age:45 - 54
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:A few times per month
good for air guns
7/15/2009

Customer review by gosheking

4.0 stars 7/15/2009 by gosheking
by gosheking

i bought this product to use it with a constant flow of air using blow airgun but i think the tank is too small for blowing. within one minute the pressure drops to about 0 to 5 psi. it works like a charm with 100 psi but because i needed constant pressure i couldnt get out of this air compressor. it will work fine with brad kind nailers and staplers, will work great to inflate tires and so forth. Not a bad product but for heavy duty jobs buy atleast a 10 gallons tank

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gosheking
Bel Air, MD
Would recommend to a friend? No
Age:25 - 34
Ownership:2 - 7 weeks
Gender:Male
Usage:Never
Loud/Cheap (not good for airbrushing)
12/8/2011

Customer review by TwistaX

1.0 stars 12/8/2011 by TwistaX
by TwistaX

I bought this compressor about 2 months ago. Yes it pushes air and has a nice regulator on it. However, this darn thing is LOUD. Has to be above 110Db. Thats horrible for your ears, and soul especially when trying to focus on art(airbrushing) After a few months of use, I notice that it started to squeel and even seem to slow down during compression, so i had to put a few drops of oil in the piston to keep it from ceasing. This compressor is good for TINY jobs such as airing up balls. Otherwise... dont be cheap and spend money on a bigger, quieter air compressor... unless you want to go def.. Patiently waiting on my GMC ultra quiet compressor from Sears (YAY!).

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Would recommend to a friend? No
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I was wodering how it would work with a airbrush as I custom refinish firearms. What do you think is the best setting for running a airbrush? The compressor that came with my airbrush kit says it puts out 45/psi but if it does it doesn't seem to be enough. I'm thinking more like 65 to 75 psi.
by Roy 5/12/2013
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  • A. 45 is usually about the right pressure, but depends on your paint and what you are doing. This goes to 110 lbs and it has an adjustable regulator. It's noisy though.
    by cowboystuff10/8/2013
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  • A. Only has 0.3 Running HP it is made for light duty. To inflate tires, sports equipment in about three minutes. It is also good for Air brushing and light brad and staple guns. 1 gallon capacity, 120 volt, 110 max psi, 0.5 SCFM @ 45 psi and 0.39 SCFM @90 psi. It is a dial knob set for pressure located on the side of the unit with two Guages for tank and out going psi ....
    by Larryeeo9/19/2013
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  • A. It'll do whatever pressure you need - the question is how much air an airbrush needs and whether this little compressor can keep up with your on-off cycle.
    by Carrabelle3/12/2015
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  • A. You have a business: I believe that you need something more suitable and heavy-duty--take it off your taxes! CH isn't a bad brand--it's actually well-regarded. The small-capacity tank hobbles this thing severely, though. A beefier compressor will last longer, too. For your application, I'd get a 5-6 gallon twin-tank compressor--or a 6-gallon pancake compressor--Wal-Mart offers the latter type from CH for $150+ at stores. You may be able to get by with the more portable two-gallon or three gallon compressors, though. At Wal-Mart stores, I think that the next CH model upgrade from this is close to merely $20 more in price--that ~$20 likely is more than worth it. Larger compressors offer more functionality and capability--less aggravation. As for portability, most larger compressors have wheels and handles. Don't worry too much about the PSI output of larger compressors--at this level, and somewhat higher--most are no larger than that indicated for this model--125 PSI. I think that you may add a governor to most compressors to lower that PSI output, if desired. You may then experiment, if necessary, to determine what PSI gives you the best results. Get an air dryer, a good hose, and good quick-connect fittings, too--fittings make life a lot easier!
    by gsnoorky8/10/2013
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  • A. After I bought it I found it is perfect for airbrushes, HVLP guns, inpact wrenches almost anything around the house. I wouldn't reccomend it for a garage but, for home and small shops like mine it's perfect, a little loud but, you get used to it. One word of advice, it's almost $10.00 cheaper online than in the store. You can pay for it online then go to the store to pick it up. If you buy it in person at the store it's almos $60.00
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  • A. 55 to 60 lbs depending on the paint and hoe thiick or thin it is.
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