3Z349D - an owners manual or a prts source?

I have a Dayton Speedaire . Is there an owners manual or a prts source for this compressor ? What is the normal tank pressure cutoff PSI ?

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Nov 19, 2016
3Z349D
by: Doug in s.d.ca

Right.

I don't know the exact history, but Dayton was once a major source of Speedaire compressors, but I don't think they were ever the ONLY source.

If anyone can direct you to parts for the pump, it would be Dayton.

Any of the rest can be replaced with generic parts.

Here's hoping you don't need any anytime soon...


Nov 18, 2016
Update
by: Anonymous

No specific needs at this time.

Some one gave me the compressor and I was not sure what the normal working pressure is or should be set at.

I have no owners manual and can't find one online. I was hoping there would be a parts source just in case.

I have looked under Dayton and Speedaire. Granger does not seem to have parts for this compressor. Apparently "speedaire" is now separate from "Dayton" since the newer compressors are all green and have no "Dayton" markings on them. I have a pump model number of 2Z157B. Grainger used to carry but is no longer available.

Nov 17, 2016
3Z349D
by: Doug in s.d.ca

I presume you've already read the Speedaire section, so what you have is a tank, a pressure switch, a motor and a pump.

Depending on the part(s) you need, and failing help from Grainger, look to the manufacturer - e.g., Dayton for the pump.

This appears to be a single cylinder pump, so typically you can figure 125 psi, although it may push 150 or so.

The motor and pressure switch can be any similarly rated off-the-shelf part that can be made to fit.

Do you have a specific need at this time?

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