3/4 hp 30 gallon speedaire/ Dayton

by Juan Cisneros
(Killeen tx)

Just got both of these compressors for $250. All I know is they are 3/4 hp and the tank size is 30 gallons. I think it 125 psi. Was this a good buy and can anyone tell me more bout them. Thanks!

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Oct 13, 2016
I have this model
by: jpcourt

I purchased model speedair pump from a local electrical shop,It is a SPEED AIR MODEL NO.2Z4998.

May 04, 2014
Part needed
by: Jerry

I have an old speedaire it is Model 52002 Serial 082488L-017277 I need the screw that regulates the outlet pressure. do you know where I can find this part

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Very old Speedaire

by Rodney
(Kings Mountain, NC)



I have a pretty old Speedaire 2hp 20 gal portable that I am trying to determine what model pump is on it. I need to order some parts & so far none of the parts I have numbers for have shown up on Grainger such as the belt # (Durkee-Atwood BT-31) or the motor which is a Dayton LR22132. The big problem is that the sticker that had the model # & information on it is now gone.

The tank & pump are almost a primer gray in color with a red & silver Speedaire sticker on the non-flywheel side. There is also a darker gray & yellow maintenance sticker on the same side. The model# sticker is up on the shelf where the motor & pump are. It appears to be a 2 part sticker as I still have the Speedaire title part.

The pump is a 2 cylinder model that is much like the attached picture except that the middle bolt is recessed onto a box that has the air inlets and is normally covered by felt type of filter. I am not sure if the plates on top of the pictured pump are removable and the box I speak of may be underneath. The pump has a raised inscription that says B 17B. The serial number for the compressor itself starts with 04207. The flywheel looks identical to the 1 in the picture.

I have a head gasket leaking & there is air coming out of the weep hole in the top of the housing that the shaft come through at. I am assuming that these may be easy fixes or something that can be solved by rebuilding the pump but really need to be able to id it in order to get the right parts.

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Dec 07, 2016
Hope this helps
by: Anonymous

You have a 2Z499D compressor pump and you can use a Model 5F212-1 to obtain a parts breakdown

Feb 08, 2016
What kind of pump is it
by: lunnbill20@yahoo.co

What kind of pump is it? It's a Campbell Hausfeld they sell the kits online.

I ordered a kit without the rings, everything fit, it runs like a champ.

Next time I'll probably order it with the rings but the rings cylinders are perfect. Very important to keep good synthetic oil in it.

Sep 02, 2014
Campbell Hausfeld VT
by: Anonymous

All of these old vertical twin Sppedaire compressors are rebadged Campbell Hausfeld unit.

Sep 08, 2012
very old speedaire
by: Anonymous

Any luck?

Aug 22, 2012
Hopefully this helps
by: Dave

Rodney, Looking at mine this morning, It is 20 gallon as well, My model number is 3Z323 for the entire compressor assembly, and the pump part number is 2Z499. the pump is made by dayton as well. I found some parts for it here at grainger www.grainger.com/Grainger/parts-kit/air-compressor-accessories/pneumatics/ecatalog/N-aeeZ1z0nbbg . E-mail me if you want pics to compare. Hope this helps. Dave
dlhowell1969@gmail.com

Aug 20, 2012
old compressor
by: Rodney

Thanks Dave

Aug 20, 2012
Old Speedaire
by: Dave

I have one that I think matches yours and is in incredible condition. I will try to take a look at it tmorro and give you some numbers. Mine has the recessed felt filter as well. A bad-ass little compressor I picked up for 50 bucks, changed the oil, and works like a champ.

Apr 01, 2012
LR-22132
by: Tim O.

I have the same compressor. Couldn't find any numbers on the pump. My motor is in need of repair. Would you consider selling yours? Thanks... Ph# 336-247-0755 (Greensboro,N.C.)

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Model Identification of Speedaire air compressor

by Don White
(Port Orange, FL)

I have a Speedaire Compressor that I'm trying to identify so I can attempt to purchase a seal kit. Over the years, the data plate has come off and I'm having some trouble so I hope you can help. I found a number stamped into it and I'm hoping you can use this number to identify it and then point me in the right direction to obtain a seal kit (unless you sell a "one size fits all" kit). The number stamped into it is: VT-4-C-Y1

Thanks in advance for your help and I look forward to hearing from you, as well as getting my compressor back up!!

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Bill says...

Don, thanks for the inquiry. I have added your question to the "identifying an older compressor" page in the hope that someone can post a response.

Always good to have a photo to look at, too.

Cheers,

Bill


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Oct 31, 2014
speedaire model5Z404B
by: Anonymous

Good day sir we`re looking for speedaire model 5Z404B 300PSI/29cm.
Hoping for your reply

Thanks

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Identify a pump so I can find valves!




This is an old (judging from the fact I found it in my grandfathers shop) air compressor pump. It is green in color, single stage, and the piston is approximately 1.5" diameter. The only marking on the pump is MODEL A-9. Some photos are attached. Thanks!

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Dec 10, 2014
Identify a pump so I can find valves
by: Anonymous

That pump was made by Champion. It was very often sold by Graingers under the Dayton brand name. Getting parts should not be that difficult.

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