Senco products are sold through various retail outlets including Lowes, Home Depot, and other fastening type stores, depending on where you are located.
Senco Brands, Inc.,
4270 Ivy Pointe Blvd.,
Cincinnati, Ohio 45245
Now, for a question about the Senco P-1010 air compressor duty cycle.
What is the duty cycle of this compressor? Thank You.
My response is: Good question. Always good to know the duty cycle so that the compressor motor is not overheated from running too long at one session. I found the Senco P-1010 air compressor on line, and downloaded the manual, which is now up on this site for others to download.
I read the manually thoroughly, then read it again. As DIY type manuals go, this Senco PC1010 compressor manual is quite complete, but friend, nowhere does it identify the duty cycle.
Since the compressor is non-lube (lubed for life at the factory) and given its intended use as a compressed air supply for staplers and nailers, I would hazard a guess that it can be perceived as 100% duty cycle, since the method of use results in intermittent cycling as a norm.
However, I am not the manufacturer, and they tell me that if you call this toll free number - 800-543-4596 any business day between 8 and 8, they will provide the support and answers you need. Why not give them a call?
Follow up comment: Duty Cycle Information by: Weston. Thank You for your prompt reply. I took your advice and called the company. You are correct the duty cycle is 100%. Thanks Again.
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