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New eaton 10 hp air compressor replacement pump
What is for sale: New eaton 10 hp air compressor replacement pump
Eaton Compressor & Fabrication
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This pump runs COUNTER CLOCKWISE rotation as you are looking at the compressor fan or flywheel. This pump runs at a SUPER slow RPM of 800. It can be slowed down to 600 RPMs and run with a TRUE 7.5 HP motor. Minimum RPM on this pump is 550. The dimensions on this pump are 21” D x 28”W x 20.5” H. The bolt pattern centerline to each hole is 9.25” D x 9.25” W. The reason this pump is so tough, is it is a 4-cylinder, or V-4, design. This pump is heavy industrial and SUPER quiet – 77 dba. This pump DOES NOT have reed valves! It has a concentric ring valve design. Concentric ring valves have been around for over 150 years. We have not gone away from this design because it will last for many, many years to come. If you look at the competition, they all offer reed valves or finger valves, but both are the same thing, just called different by some manufacturers. No matter what they are called, reed valves are a cheap design. With our unit, if you want to clean your valves, intake, or exhaust, you can take the valves out of the cylinder head by unbolting the valve retainer and just pull the valve right out of the head to inspect it. It is sealed with an aluminum washer under the valve seat…no head gasket to fool with when removing valves. Easy & Quick to take in and out!
This pump is all cast iron. When we say ALL CAST IRON, (not aluminum) that is what we mean. It has solid cast iron cylinder, cylinder heads, crankcase, flywheel, crank, and forged steel connecting rods – not aluminum! 99% of the pumps you see on the market today have aluminum rods. This style rod does not come close to a forged steel rod. I have seen many compressors over the 26 years of building compressors, and many of them break – aluminum rods. However, I have NEVER seen a steel connecting rod fail in one of our pumps. The forged steel connecting rods are a $120.00 option included on our pump. These rods also have a replaceable bearing on the crank journal and on the wrist pin journal. This is what most of the competition do not have. They have aluminum throw away- - no insert bearing in the rod journals.
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