Help identifying an older compressor pump

by Bill
(Wickenburg, AZ, USA)

Help identifying an older compressor pump

Help identifying an older compressor pump

Help identifying an older compressor pump
Help identifying an older compressor pump
Help identifying an older compressor pump

I purchased this pump about 6 or 7 years ago through a friend. After trying to find some info about it, I finally took it to another friend who said it was a direct drive compressor.


After that I lost interest in it until I saw one very similar to it at another person's house and it was connected with a belt to an electric motor. Now I'm interested again.

There are almost no external markings save for the serial number. It is an oiled compressor.

Any help would be appreciated.

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Aug 29, 2016
CH
by: Anonymous

It's some sort of Campbell Hausfeld by the look of it.

Aug 27, 2016
musings
by: Doug in s.d.ca

I've never seen a two-stage direct drive, but that doesn't mean they don't exist.

The shaft side does look a bit like it "could" have been the end of a motor frame, but then the shaft is all wrong, unless it was sawed off.

I can't see the shaft very well - does it have a flat or keyway? If it does, I'd say it was for a flywheel/sheave.


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