Please help identify this Rand 4000

by Mark N
(Apopka FL USA)

Please help identify this Rand 4000 compressor

Please help identify this Rand 4000 compressor

Please help identify this Rand 4000 compressor
Rand 4000 pump and sheave
Rand 4000 pump
Rand 4000 label

Please help identify this Rand 4000 80 gal 2 stage 5 hp compressor. I need help to get a model number so I can get a manual parts and specs.


Thank you for your help in advance.
Mark

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Jul 09, 2016
main bearing tool
by: Mark N

Would anyone know what bearing puller to use to pull the main crank roller bearings. As they really need to be changed out. It is a CA5 pump.
Thank you

Jul 08, 2016
Make sure you know the OEM
by: Anonymous

We had a lot of these come through the shop over the years. Although two pumps will look identical side by side, I guarantee you odds are better than even if you try to build up one pump from parts of two dead ones, everything will be half a bolt hole out, BTDT. You HAVE to use parts from your exact pump, make and model. We tried this with a DeVilbiss and IR pump. No go.


Jul 08, 2016
Rand
by: Doug in s.d.ca

Excellent!

Thanks for the update.

Jul 07, 2016
found the info to share
by: Mark N

I finally got a hold of IR today and the tech sent me the manual for it. It is a T20580V and another source I narrowed it down to the pump is a CA5 the manual shows the CFM output of 19cfm at 100 psi which is close to the math I did with the calculations on this site. My figures where about 21 to 22 cfm timed from 100 to 120 psi in 53 seconds. So all in all its still in good shape for 30 years old. So far it only needs a crank bearing on the pulley side of the pump as it is vary noisy will pick that up tomorrow. It may still need rod bearings but won't know till I quite the crank bearing down... Thanks again for your help.

Jul 06, 2016
Rand
by: Doug in s.d.ca

Might be a DeVilbiss Z-ABP-459. There are a few revisions of it, so may not be easy to pin yours down.

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