Changing Cabin Filters where it's behind the Glove Box, No tool would ever clean the area completely, This compressor got everything out. Anyone trying to save a trip to the Mechanic, this Tool is Everything and then some.
About This Item
Porter-Cable C2002 6-Gallon Pancake Compressor:
- Oil-free pump for no maintenance
- Garage item
- For nail guns, leaf blowers, snow blowers and more
- Cord wrap included
- Water drain valve
- Rubber feet
- Porter-Cable Pancake Compressor with a handle
- 2.6 SCFM at 90 PSI
proposition 65 reasons:Contains Lead
150 p.s.i. 6 gallon oil free compressor
|Assembled Product Dimensions (L x W x H)|
19.00 x 18.00 x 20.90 Inches
Excellent Tool and Very Poweful
This air compressor is perfect for my needs. I live on a farm so it is used often. I would recommend it to anyone needing one. Handle makes is easy to move
very good compressor
handles most air tools and nail guns.
This is the best deal I found. Well built. Light enough to move around
Top notch compress that has served me well
I bought this for work with my fixerupper home and it has served me well. It charges up upon activation and provides a consistent amount of pressure for the various attachments I have for trim or other finishing work. It does what it needs to do and is good for the value.
Perfect for regular garage/household uses. Size is ideal if you don't want to take up a lot of room in your garage. The only negative, for its size it makes as much noise as the bigger compressors.
Nice unit for home use
Home use for tire maintenance
For the price, it's really great
I bought this compressor ten years ago, and use it on a weekly basis for any number of DIY projects. It's by no means designed for heavier work, but I have lacquered cabinets with HVLP guns, used brad nailers and staplers, kept my tires inflated and used it to blow out dust in all my tools. I had to replace the water valve at the bottom after 5 years as it had begun to rust . Otherwise, it has given me no issues, and has been very reliable.
Its ok but the hose heats up a lot. Is that normal?
Just average product, nothing special
I've had this compressor for about 4 yrs. It worked well enough for about 3 yrs. The first item to go bad was the pop off safety valve. The next thing to fail was the female hose coupler that began to 'stick' open and leak air. The latest problem is now the pressure shut off valve that is supposed to stop the pump motor when the 150 psi limit is reached. (very dangerous issue) In order to use the unit I now have to manually switch off the pump motor or it keeps running and over pressurizes the tank (no idea how far it will increase and don't want to find out).
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