Older belt driven 3 cylinder air compressor from hospital setting

by Mike
(Las Vegas)

Older belt driven 3 cylinder air compressor

Older belt driven 3 cylinder air compressor

3 cylinder oiless compressor and I know it came from hospital setting that produced air thru out hospital.


Theres no plate on motor but there is a serial #F0000392 and there is a letter on the cast of number which represents maybe the maker.

Its approximately 4ft in length. Here are some pictures

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May 15, 2018
Champion
by: Roger

This is a Champion oil free compressor.

May 02, 2018
Hospital compressor
by: ICS

Yeah that is an old one. Looks like either an Ingersoll Rand or maybe a Champion/Gardner Denver pump. Look on the pump for tags. Usually numbers stamped into the pump are just casting numbers and don't really tell you much. Motor tag will just tell you about the motor alone.

I have seen a lot of Ingersoll Rand pumps in hospitals in the past. Most of them are old enough that they stopped making parts for them. Most hospitals are using scroll compressors now days.

If you can find a tag on the pump or the frame it is mounted on, take a pic and post it. I will see if anything is available on it.

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May 01, 2018
More pix?
by: Doug in s.d.ca.

You might try searching for something like "breathable air compressor" meantime. Check the images for similar.

Good luck.

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