Model # L13HPD

Internet #202868804

Husky 3 Gal. Portable Electric Air Compressor with 9-Piece Accessory Kit and 25 ft. Coil Hose
0846212006061

Discontinued Husky

3 Gal. Portable Electric Air Compressor with 9-Piece Accessory Kit and 25 ft. Coil Hose

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Product Overview

Husky 3 Gal. Compressor features a 1 HP induction motor with oil-lube operation. This air Compressor has a direct-drive pump for convenience and an oil sight glass that makes it easy to check the oil level for safe operation. The pump is equipped with a cast iron cylinder sleeve for long life and an aluminum head to dissipate heat.

  • 2.4 SCFM at 90 psi
  • 1 HP induction motor with oil-lube operation
  • Direct-drive pump has no belts or pulleys to replace for convenience
  • Single-hand operation for convenience
  • Quick connect helps you quickly change applications
  • Oil sight glass makes it easy to check the oil level at a glance for safety
  • Dedicated tank and tool regulator gauges for convenience
  • Colors may vary
  • 9-piece accessory kit includes blow gun, OSHA safety nozzle, blow gun adapter, 1/4 in. female quick connect, 1/4 in. male plug, 1/4 in. female plug, inflation needle, 6 in. dual tire chuck, and sealing tape

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Customer Questions & Answers

How do you refill the tank when it is out of air?

Asked by: Anonymous
flip the on switch, and it will refill the tank.
Answered by: trucker
Date published: 2015-09-17

how often should oil be changed in air compressor model # 395-226

Asked by: Anonymous
The book says change after the first ten hours and then every 100 hours. Uses SAE-30 non-detergent. Book says SAE-10 during extreme cold. If it gets that cold, I probably won't be out using the compressor ... Rob
Answered by: Rob123
Date published: 2016-06-16

what air tools can you use with this compressor

Asked by: Anonymous
brad nailer, crown stapler. cut off tool, air rachet, and some finish nailers.
Answered by: trucker
Date published: 2015-09-17

The MOST IMPORTANT detail: What is the CFM?

Asked by: homedepotshopper
Cubic Feet Per Minute
Answered by: Shinypenny
Date published: 2016-06-22
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Customer Reviews

3 Gal. Portable Electric Air Compressor with 9-Piece Accessory Kit and 25 ft. Coil Hose is rated 3.7 out of 5 by 103.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Impressive I've had this compressor for about two weeks now and am pleasantly surprised at how quickly the tank fills and recovers. Part of that is due of course to the 3 gallon capacity, but I'm planning to pair it to a 7 gallon reserve tank I have, and have no doubt it perform well even at 10 gallons. The only things I'd imagine it wouldn't keep up with are automotive air tools. It is fairly quiet for it's power, and has a low throaty sound. Very appropriate for indoor work. It's also heavier than it looks, which may be bad for some, but to me is good. I bought this because I needed a small portable compressor, and I hate loud oiless models.
Date published: 2012-09-19
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Oil Level Sight Glass Deteriorated and Leaks Purchased about 6 months ago. When I bought it, the Home Depot website showed it had "an aluminum tank" which proved to be untrue. I called Home Depot and they changed it to a steel tank. Yesterday, I noticed oil on my garage floor under the air compressor. Upon inspection I discovered the cheap (PLASTIC) oil level sight glass had deteriorated and is leaking oil. I tried to remove the sight glass for inspection, and it broke off - threads separated from the head. Now, I cannot figure out the size to replace it. The parts manual show what the item is named, yet does not show the size of the threads. Air compressor is now OUT OF ORDER until I can figure out how to fix. If you own one of these, you should check your sight glass oil. I cannot recommed this item.
Date published: 2013-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Well worth the money! It was not an easy task to find a oil lubed small portable air compressor for a descent price. Found this one figured i would give it a try! Well worth the money! We shot over 2000 staples and nails into our shed that the cedar siding was beginning to fall off of. Worked like a charm! Fast fill time and considearably quiter than an old porter cable pancake we rented. Overall i give this a A+++++++ review..... THe only con i can think of is it's airflow limit. Perfect for nailers etc. will not work for ratches or cut off tools.....
Date published: 2012-08-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from So far so good The little guy builds pressure quickly. I only use it for topping of car tires, it's too small for running air tools of course, and is designed for light duty (50% duty cycle). I've had no issues to date, and am happy with the purchase for it's intended use, and has ample capacity for what I'm using it for.
Date published: 2015-11-21
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Little and quieter My 3 gallon compressor is 1/2 as loud as my other compressors and not too heavy. It pumps up to 125 lbs quickly and keeps the air without leaking for days. It's like having a portable air tank with power. I really like that the crankshaft is an oil bath type pump instead of the dry and open air at the crankshaft type pumps, that I've had in the past. Seems to be very well built with a few extras that other compressors don't have. If you need small somewhat heavy duty compressor, try this one, it's better than a heavier louder twin tank compressor. Note use plenty of Teflon tape at the hose connections, which is supplied with the hose kit.
Date published: 2015-09-16
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good little compressor Easy assembly and appears to be of good quality and durability. Best part about this compressor though is that the "air compression" is an "oil bath" system which makes it less susceptible to overheating and damage during high use periods as is the case with the "oil less" compressors so common today. Besides being fairly compact and easy to move, having the oil bath for the compressor is the main reason I made the purchase. Price seemed reasonable also.
Date published: 2015-11-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Oil Sight Advice & Oil quantity Nice small oil compressor unit for DIY'ers. Almost every neg review on this site has to do with the plastic oil sight but it is a trivial fix: Replace plastic oil sight with a metal and glass one. I got mine on line for ~$6 (including shipping). Here is what you need: -metal and glass oil sight -Should be 1/2" PT (pipe thread) or MIP (male, iron pipe) This will take care of the problems listed in the reviews. Someone asked about how much oil is needed: it takes 3oz or 90mL of oil. Use SAE 10W for unheated/outdoor use. Can't speak to durability yet.
Date published: 2015-01-20
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Okay but didn't last I've had this for almost 2 years now. I was pretty happy with this thing in the beginning considering the price I paid (got it on sale). Also for the fact that it did it's job pretty well. First off, the accessories it comes with are next to useless and have since replaced them all except the blow gun but that is next. The hose is very thin, doesn't stretch far at all and got brittle and cracked within 3 months. The nozzles both snapped in the blow gun with regular use. As for the compressor itself, It's a bit on the loud side considering it's size. It just recently started leaking oil from the PLASTIC oil sight plug. I realized it had melted when I tried to tighten it with my fingers and the top snapped and separated from the threads. I'm sure it would have fallen out with enough time. Going to try and find a new plug that isn't plastic and is the same size with the same threads. I hate to say it but, if I can't, then this compressor is useless to me.
Date published: 2014-06-21
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