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Emglo Air Compressors are sold at a number of big-box stores around the nation and at various online outlets and are brought into North America through Emglo Compressors, which is now a division of Jenny air compressors.
This page will provide you with as much relevant information as possible, where you can seek help, download manuals, and navigate existing problems and solutions available on this site.
Table of Contents
- Emglo Information
- Emglo Contact Information
- Emglo Air Compressor Troubleshooting, Problems & Fixes
- FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
The big question is “who makes emglo air compressors?” Well, they were commonly referred to as DeWalt Emglo air compressors, let’s take a look at the DeWalt emglo compressor journey! In 1992, a man named Peter Leiss purchased the Jenny division of Homestead Industries and relocated the plant to Somerset, Pennsylvania across the way from his privately owned Tool & Die, Machining, Welding, Fabricating and ASME Code Air Compressor Tank Shop.
In 1998, Davey Compressor Company was purchased and joined the Jenny product offering. Davey Compressor, an off-shoot of the Davey Expert Tree Company, was a leading innovator in the air compressor field. The company designed and built the world’s first, portable, air-cooled air compressor in the late 1920s and has remained on the cutting edge of compressor technology.
On November 20, 2003, Jenny air compressors purchased the Emglo line of Industrial Stationary Air Compressors and the entire air compressor pump manufacturing facility from Black & Decker/DeWALT prior to the relocation of their plant to Renosa, Mexico. . Jenny and their affiliated companies had been supplying and manufacturing a large number of parts, components, and assemblies for Emglo for over 30 years.
Because Jenny is formerly known as Emglo air compressors, virtually all of the part numbers are interchangeable.
Emglo Contact Information
To be able to contact Emglo regarding their air compressors, whether that be for Emglo air compressors parts, Emglo air compressors products, used Emglo air compressors, Emglo air compressors for sale, or Emglo gas air compressors; it’s best to contact Jenny products directly as they’re the owner of the Emglo line of air compressors. For more information about Jenny air compressors, visit our brand page here!
Jenny Products, Inc.
850 North Pleasant Avenue Somerset, PA 15501-1069
Phone 814-445-3400 Fax 814-445-2280
Emglo Air Compressor Troubleshooting, Problems & Fixes
On this user’s page for Emglo air compressors you will find issues and comments, showing those happy with their Emglo compressor, and those that have had problems or issues with their Emglos and are looking for help.
If contacting the company hasn’t produced the results you need, you can use this page to reach out to other Emglo air compressors users, asking questions about puzzling compressor activity or outright compressor failure.
You might take a moment to check the troubleshooting page for common compressor problems and resolutions first since so many issues with many compressors are common throughout them all.
As you scroll down to the comment form at the end of this page, please review the existing comments as your issue may already be posted and resolved.
If you see a question you can answer, please do. All Emglo air compressor owners can benefit by hearing from you.
Some older Emglo air compressor posts:
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Emglo has a leaking check valve
Emglo – Jenny pump information
Emglo Airmate has air leaking from oil fill vents
Emglo Airmate does not shut off
Emglo KU motor size and filter
Where is Emglo compressor pressure switch
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Jenny products since 2003, when Jenny purchased the Emglo line of Industrial Stationary Air Compressors and the entire air compressor pump manufacturing facility from Black & Decker/DeWALT, are the company who makes Emglo air compressors. Even for the 10 years preceding the sale, Jenny provided parts for Emglo air compressors.
An Emglo air compressor is an air compressor produced by Jenny products, who have provided parts for the compressors for well over 30 years. Their compressors are known to be solid performers that are recommended by many.
Jenny to this day is still manufacturing out of Somerset, PA in the USA. They bought Emglo’s USA manufacturing assets from DeWalt when B&D/DeWalt was leaving the USA, so even the Emglo range remains in the USA.
If you have any questions about Emglo compressors, please leave a comment below, with photos if applicable, so that someone can help you!
I have an Am-780 What part is this above the unloader tube ?
I have an emglo 4 gal 2 hp hand carry compressor. When the tanks are empty it starts and fills up, no problem. when i use a tool and the motor needs to restart and top off the tanks it just humms and struggles and eventually trips the breaker. I have replaced the pressure switch which includes an external unloader valve twice, no change., each time. I have replaced the AC cord ( it was frayed). not sure of the next step? please help, its too heavy to throw out the window….
If you run it up the first time, and then just leave it for a spell, does it hold the air pressure?
If not, try checking the check valve. It might just be gunked up and cleaning usually fixes them.
It holds the air, but will struggle to refill and almost always trips the breaker.
In that case, the unloader tube is probably clogged, or crimped shut. Unless it’s the much less likely cold start valve.
Use a bigger awg extension cord maybe 14 or 12ga. 12/3 extension cord. Does your compressor do this when plugged directly into plug socket?
What is the cylinder head bolt torque for Emglo am700-hc4v, there are two different size bolts.
I’ve been looking, but can’t find a spec anywhere. But you could try
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I didn’t check if that number works.
If not, given the nature of the gasket, I’d just snug ’em down and then maybe a quarter turn more. Looks like the middle pair are smaller just because they fit there.
Good luck. And please let us know if you get an answer.