Page 0008

8

COMPRESSORSCompressors

Belt Driven

Portable

1

Receiver Motor Maximum Piston Free Air Dimensions Net Phase

Size Pressure Displacement Delivery L x W x H Weight

litre HP / kW Bar CFM CFM cm kg

2/100BP 100 2.0 / 1.5 9 8.0 6.0 108 x 40 x 79 60 1

3/50BP 50 3.0 / 2.2 9 13.0 9.2 88 x 40 x 79 45 1

3/100BP 100 3.0 / 2.2 9 13.0 9.2 108 x 41 x 85 60 1

3/150BP 150 3.0 / 2.2 9 13.0 9.2 132 x 45 x 92 75 1

• All pumps are fitted with cast Iron cylinder liners

• Full-sized aluminum pistons with two compression rings and

one oil scrapper ring

• Hardened steel crankshafts

• High air flow flywheels and large finned after-coolers on all

pumps for increased cooling

• Aerodynamically-moulded belt guard for concentrated air flow

over cylinder head - further increasing cooling

A powerful range of single-phase compressors that can be run off a 230 volt, 13 amp

electrical supply.

Ideal for contractors who need to move from site to site.

• Single phase electric motors with thermal overload protection

• Automatic stop/start pressure switches fitted with soft start

valves, pre-wired and ready to install

• Air receivers conform to CE standard CE09/105

(formerly 87/404) supplied with manufacturer's test certificate

• All models fitted with air filter/regulator

• Heavy duty wheel kit and ergonomic handle fitted for everyday

site activity

Fitted with Newco

pump as standard.

See page 13 for

spare parts.

Tel: 01942 719930 Fax: 01942 729937 E-mail: airsales@swp.uk.netttp://swp.uk.net" target="_blank" title="Visit swp.uk.net">swp.uk.net

Index

  1. Page 0008
  2. Page 0008
  3. Page 0008
  4. Page 0008
  5. Page 0008
  6. Page 0008
  7. Page 0008
  8. Page 0008
  9. Page 0008
  10. Page 0008
  11. Page 0008
  12. Page 0008
  13. Page 0008
  14. Page 0008
  15. Page 0008
  16. Page 0008
  17. Page 0008
  18. Page 0008
  19. Page 0008
  20. Page 0008
  21. Page 0008
  22. Page 0008
  23. Page 0008
  24. Page 0008
  25. Page 0008
  26. Page 0008
  27. Page 0008
  28. Page 0008
  29. Page 0008
  30. Page 0008
  31. Page 0008
  32. Page 0008
  33. Page 0008
  34. Page 0008
  35. Page 0008
  36. Page 0008
  37. Page 0008
  38. Page 0008
  39. Page 0008
  40. Page 0008
  41. Page 0008
  42. Page 0008
  43. Page 0008
  44. Page 0008
  45. Page 0008
  46. Page 0008
  47. Page 0008
  48. Page 0008
  49. Page 0008
  50. Page 0008
  51. Page 0008
  52. Page 0008
  53. Page 0008
  54. Page 0008
  55. Page 0008
  56. Page 0008
  57. Page 0008
  58. Page 0008
  59. Page 0008
  60. Page 0008
  61. Page 0008
  62. Page 0008
  63. Page 0008
  64. Page 0008
  65. Page 0008
  66. Page 0008
  67. Page 0008
  68. Page 0008
  69. Page 0008
  70. Page 0008
  71. Page 0008
  72. Page 0008
  73. Page 0008
  74. Page 0008
  75. Page 0008
  76. Page 0008
  77. Page 0008
  78. Page 0008
  79. Page 0008
  80. Page 0008
  81. Page 0008
  82. Page 0008
  83. Page 0008
  84. Page 0008
  85. Page 0008
  86. Page 0008
  87. Page 0008
  88. Page 0008
  89. Page 0008
  90. Page 0008
  91. Page 0008
  92. Page 0008
  93. Page 0008
  94. Page 0008
  95. Page 0008
  96. Page 0008
  97. Page 0008
  98. Page 0008
  99. Page 0008
  100. Page 0008

Related Issues

powered by PageTiger