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Husky 60 Gal. Stationary Electric Air Compressor


60 Gal. Stationary Electric Air Compressor

  • Full cast iron pump for long life and durability
  • Heavy duty 3.7HP induction motor for maximum power
  • Perfect for DIY automotive shop and garage applications
Was  $489.00
$449.00 /each

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Product Overview

Husky 60 Gal. Single stage stationary electric air compressor features a cast iron, oil lubricated pump. 155 psi max pressure allows the user optimum tool performance. This compressor does not include a power cord. It should be connected to a power supply that is 230-Volt, 60 Hz, AC only (normal household current). Please consult your local codes and a certified electrician before wiring this compressor for power.

  • CFM at 40 psi is 13.4 and CFM at 90 psi is 11.5
  • Large capacity, 60 Gal. ASME tank with 155 max psi provides more air for longer run times on air tools such as ratchets, impacts, spray guns, hammers, etc
  • Equipped with pressure gauge and on/off switch
  • Shipped with synthetic oil for optimum performance and long life
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Customer Questions & Answers

How do I change the wiring from 240 to 120?

I've searched the manual and looked online but I can't figure out how to switch the wiring from 240 to 120.
Asked by: bigcase
To change the wiring from 120v to 240v remove the neutral in the panel and hook it to a double pole breaker sized correctly for the circuit... After wiring the motor for 240v follow the diagram on the motor. If the wire size is too small (14awg is only good for 15A,12awg=20a,10awg=30a etc. the nec table 310.16 will help with wire size)switch out the wire to the correct size and that's it.remember you do not need a neutral at the motor just two 120v lines and a you can get away with using 12-2,10-2,14-2 etc... Good luck. But this unit will not run on 120v unless the motor is rated to, if it is just reverse what was stated above
Answered by: mike
Date published: 2017-01-04

will a separate 20 amp circuit and 12 gauge wire be sufficient to opertate this compressor?

Asked by: 1969
yes, as long as it is 220vac
Answered by: Crowbar
Date published: 2017-01-09

Does the comp come with a pre-wired plug? or is it directly wired to the motor? and 3 or 4 wire?

Asked by: Aaron
No that is up to you & election phase 2 phase 20 volts
Answered by: Beebeenation
Date published: 2017-02-08

Bolting down the compressor

After reading the instructions for installation it states that the compressor should be bolted down to a concrete level floor. My question, what if your workshop has a wooden floor rather than concrete, Is it safe to bolt it down to a wooden floor?
Asked by: cruiszr
Lag bolts & rubber insulators I use old motor cycle tire for mine works great
Answered by: Beebeenation
Date published: 2016-10-24
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Customer Reviews

60 Gal. Stationary Electric Air Compressor is rated 4.0 out of 5 by 122.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Overall satisfied A little louder than expected. On/off pressure switch will only accept SJO cord. Do not plan on running MC or any other type of wire. I installed a 220v 20 amp twist lock receptacle and made a short cord with a twist lock plug for my setup. The compressor does have some adjustability on the pressure settings which is a plus. Pay attention to the tank orientation when installing. If you follow the manual you will have a real hard time changing the belt. I placed mine so the intake side faces the wall (meeting the required clearances) and the other side (motor) faces out into my garage space. That leaves plenty of room to remove the belt cover for easy access. Fill time is reasonable. I would definitely recommend this unit for any home workshop.
Date published: 2016-10-04
Rated 4 out of 5 by from "So far so good" I use this compressor in my DIY shop. I've rebuilt my truck its motor and painted numerous parts and panels. It ran all my air tools, paint guns, and sanders. The recovery is sufficient. Granted it won't give you unlimited air you have to pace your self and your work. If I had the room and money I would prefer the 80gal. I haven't attempted to operate two air tools. you will spend some extra money on the setup. I'm very happy so far with this compressor. Con- the drain valve was always hard to use and completely failed less then a year. Remedy for that is the husky drain valve extension kit.
Date published: 2016-12-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from I bought this compressor after a fair amount of research and hoped it would be a good one. The en... I bought this compressor after a fair amount of research and hoped it would be a good one. The end result is that I think it's great. A little difficult to load and unload because of the size and weight but once we got past that it was reasonably easy to setup. I did buy the drain extender and you should purchase it if you are going to buy this beast. I did not mount it the floor as I am not sure what its permanent location will be at this point so I took a few of the review peoples advise and left it bolted to the pallet and it seem to be fine that way, no movement at all. This replaced my portable Porter Cable twin tank 4 gal compressor that couldn't keep up with my gravity feed paint gun. With this compressor I can spray non stop and never run out of pressure, what a difference and stress reliever. I can spray for several minutes before it even kicks on the pump to replace used air. Follow the directions and make sure to run the break in steps. I also bought the 3 year warranty just to be safe after reading a couple of the reviews, hopefully I wont have to use it ever. The bottom line is I am very happy I made this purchase and this so far is a GREAT compressor. My one recommendation for improvement would be that the place where you bring in the 220 line will not accommodate a locknut, I ran flexible conduit from a pull out disconnect box but was unable to use a locknut on the compressor side, I thought this was odd.
Date published: 2016-11-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from good good
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Very Nice Unit! Well worth the price and shipping.. Main reason for purchasing was to upgrade the... Very Nice Unit! Well worth the price and shipping.. Main reason for purchasing was to upgrade the 2.5h 25gal with one. I starting using my Harbor Freight Sandblasting floor standing cabinet. The 25gal just couldn't keep up. The 60gal does a nice job allowing continuous 90psi so I can blast without stopping. Like I said worth the money hands down!
Date published: 2016-12-06
Rated 5 out of 5 by from It operates great and looks good too. It was a good deal. If you need air this is the way to go. It operates great and looks good too. It was a good deal. If you need air this is the way to go.
Date published: 2016-11-22
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Bought this compressor and at the very first start up, it started spraying compressor oil all ove... Bought this compressor and at the very first start up, it started spraying compressor oil all over the garage. I opened the back door to block some of the spray during my second use and it was covered after about an hour of reasonable use. I called the service provider and you should have heard the sigh the woman let out when she told me that these units are junk and I'll always have problems with it. So, I guess I'm returning it and looking at a Dewalt instead.
Date published: 2016-10-25
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Compressor I bought this compressor for use at my barn. As other reviews have indicated, it's a good idea to check the oil level for the pump prior to the breakin run, mine was over filled also. One other review suggested changing out the drain plug for the tank. This IS a great idea & makes draining the tank after use a cat's meow! I bought all the 1/4" brass fittings to do this at Home Depot. I used one 1/4" elbow male to female to replace the plug, two 1/4" brass pipes 4" long ea. with a coupling & added a 1/4" ball valve on the end with another elbow to direct the discharging air toward the floor. It works absolutely great and very much easier than trying to twist the small drain knob with your fingers up under the compressor...
Date published: 2013-07-01
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