2475 IR 80 Gal. Takes a very long time to recover while using 1 DA sander.

by Bob Erdman
(Palm Bay Fl. 32907)

2475 IR 80 Gal.

2475 IR 80 Gal.

I expected a large compressor to run a DA sander but it wont keep up. This sat for a year and I’m running a large (Dayton) 2 hp motor 1750 rpm 240 volt.


So is it reed valve issues? Flappers? This thing should recover and turn off while still running an air tool. Only have it set at 150 and comes on at 85 psi
Can i remove the heads without ruining the head gaskets ?

Thanks

Bob

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Jan 29, 2018
2475 needs a bigger motor
by: Doug in s.d.ca.

Those take 5 to 7.5 HP motors.

You probably want the cut in at more like 100PSI.

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