Old home made air compressor #1

by Damian Brown
(mancos co)

Old home made air compressor

Old home made air compressor

Old home made air compressor
Old home made air compressor
Old home made air compressor
Old home made air compressor

Silver tab reads 320 above d195591. top reads i think 92k480(on head). There are three spots on the rear i am unsure of there use;1:lower pipe i believe for oil drain, 2: middle pipe inline with crank for i don't know(maybe crank vent),3: and last a spot for a fitting that appears to go inside the intake port(hell if i can even speculate).


More photos coming in next post.

This is a good working rig for its age and beats the pants off my 33 gal oil-less pos craftsman.

It is way more quiet and fills much faster and runs cooler.

Love it.

Am looking for info and any suggestions for rebuild kits or manuals or any and all info. Thank you all for your help.

And once again more photos coming.

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Sep 10, 2014
Kellogg
by: Anonymous

This is a very old Kellogg pump.

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Old home made air compressor #2

by Damian Brown
(mancos co)

Old home made air compressor

Old home made air compressor

Old home made air compressor
Old home made air compressor
Old home made air compressor
Old home made air compressor

See Old home made air compressor #1 for more photos and description.

Any help with this would be great.

damian brown

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Sep 11, 2014
Kellogg
by: Anonymous

It's definitely an old Kellogg. I was remembereing a different compressor when I said Dresser, but then I remembered the crankcase on the Dresser is very different.

Aug 31, 2014
Kellogg.
by: Anonymous

I think this is either a very old Kellogg or maybe a Dresser compressor.

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