Just got an old compressor today - saylor beall?

by anthony butler
(ireland)

Older air compressor - http:www.all-about-air-compressors.com

Older air compressor - http:www.all-about-air-compressors.com

Older air compressor - http:www.all-about-air-compressors.com
Older air compressor - http:www.all-about-air-compressors.com
Older air compressor - http:www.all-about-air-compressors.com
Older air compressor - http:www.all-about-air-compressors.com

hi all from ireland


just got an old compressor today its working perfect ,hopeing to run it of my lister d stationay engine if i can ,now its in bits none the least,but working,the only thing is i dont have a clue about it other than it might be called saylor beall ??? i would be so greatful for any help from ye all ,thanks Anthony

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Oct 19, 2012
my compressor
by: anthony

still, at a stale mate on this compressor,no info to be found maybe ye all can sreach for me im lost at this stage,ANTHONY

Oct 10, 2012
thank you
by: anthony

will try the company /will keep ye up to date,
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We look forward to it.

Bill

Oct 10, 2012
Contact
by: Carls421

Hi, wow that looks an old one! :-)

The best thing to do is probably contact the manufacturer, they have a few manuals online, but if you send them a message with your photos, they should get back to you if they have any archive material, their website is:

www.saylor-beall.com

Hope that helps

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psx11gac - looking for a user's manual

by Leslie
(Boise, Idaho)





Sorry for the double post - this time I have photos.

It says ProSeriesX, 11 gallons, 2hp. Model number PSX11GAC. It has a fillable oil compartment. We're looking for a user's manual but have no idea who made the thing. Pictures included.

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