Help identifying brand and model as well as specs on older compressor

by Bilal
(Toledo, Ohio)

Need specs on this older air compressor

Need specs on this older air compressor

Need specs on this older air compressor
Specs on this older air compressor
Looking for specs on this older air compressor
Help finding specs on this older air compressor

Hello, I have available to me an older compressor that im willing to rebuild if i can get specs on it first. need it to do 19+ CFM and pump up to 175 psi. attached are a few pics.


Thanks in advance =)

Bilal

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Oct 16, 2014
7.5hp
by: Anonymous

You will need a two stage, true 7.5hp pump to get those kind of performance numbers.

Oct 16, 2014
not for me
by: Bilal

Thank you very much for ID'ing it. i wish this is what i was looking for, parts are fairly cheap for it.

Thanks again,
Bilal

Oct 15, 2014
Nope, it's a DeVilbiss 230
by: Anonymous

Sorry, it's a DeVilbiss 230. It's hard to judge the size of the pump by the pictures, and they look almost identical. It's about a 3hp pump, good for around 10cfm or so. It's a single stage compressor, so you won't be getting 175psi out of it in a hurry, or without making LOTS of heat. It's best to keep these around 120-130psi max pressure.

Oct 15, 2014
DeVilbiss 220
by: Anonymous

It's a DeVilbiss 220.

http://www.devairusa.com/Devair_Pumps/Devair_Breakdowns_pdf/220.pdf


It is a DeVilbiss from back when the name meant something. Now it would be called a DeVair. The company is now called DV Systems or something, thy can't seem to make up their minds. It's probably a 1 to 1.5hp pump, good for around 5cfm.

Oct 15, 2014
info
by: Anonymous

I was able to get a hold of the previous owner and he said he still has the tank with motor still on it. hopefully the tag is also there, if so i will post back confirming what this thing is.

Thanks,
Bilal

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