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Makita

Model # MAC700

Internet # 202713487

2.6 Gal. 2 HP Portable Electrical Hot Dog Air Compressor

$199.00 /each
  • Professional grade, oil-lubed compressor for long life
  • Powerful 2 HP 4-pole motor produces 3.3 CFM at 90 psi
  • Highly rated compressor for overall performance. (see reviews)

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Model # MAC700

Internet # 202713487

Store SO SKU # 1000489269

Makita 2.0 HP Air Compressor (MAC700) is equipped with Makita Big Bore engineered pump cylinder and piston for higher output, less noise and improved jobsite performance. The MAC700 delivers industrial power and results with improved durability for tough job site conditions. The MAC700 is powered by a 2.0 HP motor. The Makita Big Bore engineered pump with cast iron cylinder has greater bore and stroke for increased compression, faster recovery and less noise.

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  • Low noise, low amp draw and high output
  • Cast iron pump with big bore cylinder and piston is engineered to provide faster recovery time for improved performance
  • Powerful 2 HP 4-pole motor produces 3.3 CFM at 90 psi for increased productivity
  • Pump runs at lower RPM (1,730) resulting in lower noise (80 dB) and improved pump durability
  • Low amperage draw reduces incidences of tripped breakers at start-up
  • Pump is oil-lubricated for cooler running temperatures and reduced wear
  • Roll-bar handle for portability and additional protection
  • Large automotive style industrial air filter for increased air intake and greater efficiency
  • Durable cast iron cylinder reduces wear and increases pump life, removable for easy maintenance
  • Oil sight glass for fast, easy and efficient maintenance
  • Lever handle ball valve - tank drain valve improves upon standard petcock design for easier maintenance
  • Built-in thermal overload for additional motor protection
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SPECIFICATIONS

Dimensions
Product Depth (in.) 
18 
Product Height (in.) 
22 
Product Width (in.) 
10 
Details
Air Delivery SCFM @ 40PSI 
3.8 
Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI 
3.3 
Amperage (amps) 
12.4 
Application Use 
Blow Cleaning,Brad Nailing/Stapling,Finish Nailing,Hobby Nailing,Hobby Painting 
Compressor Tank Capacity (Gallons) 
2.6 
Compressor Type 
Trim 
Compressor/Air Tool Features 
Handle 
Decibel Rating (Outdoor) 
80 dBA 
Horsepower (hp) 
Included 
No additional components or accessories are included 
Lubrication Type 
Oil-Lubricated 
Maximum Pressure (psi) 
130 
Portable 
Yes 
Power Source 
Electric 
Product Weight (lb.) 
52 lb 
Reconditioned 
No 
Returnable 
30-Day 
Stage Count 
Single Stage 
Tank Material 
Steel 
Tank Style 
Hot Dog 
Tools Product Type 
Air Compressor 
Voltage (volts) 
120 
Warranty / Certifications
Certifications and Listings 
1-UL Listed 
Manufacturer Warranty 
1 year limited 

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Power Source: Electric
Decibel Rating (Outdoor): 80 dBA
Brand: Makita
Lubrication Type: Oil-Lubricated
Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI: 3 - 5
Compressor Tank Capacity (Gallons): 1 - 3
Maximum Pressure (psi): 130
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Is this unit wall mountable?

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January 25, 2016
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Yes, it is wall mountable, but you need to consider the following things:
- It is very heavy at 52 lbs, so shelf hardware needs to be very strong to support it.
- Mounting it on a shelf makes the regulator difficult or impossible to see in its default position.
- You need to build a fence on the shelf so that the compressor does not vibrate off the shelf.
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September 6, 2015
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I think if you removed the the rubber feet and built a wall bracket to mount this compressor you could!
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I suspect it would be with a bit adapting. The base has metal strap legs with rubber cushions underneath. I bet one could bolt the unit to a shelf through the legs and secure it at the wall this way. if you look at pictures of the unit I think you could determine the feasibility of this for yourself.
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If you built a good sturdy shelf I think it would do fine, but keep in mind the weight of the compressor it's heavy.
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December 10, 2014
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I don't think it is. The shape doesn't lend itself well to that application
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September 30, 2014
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You could custom mount this to a wall, but there is no included provision for mounting. You could probably install a sturdy shelf and then bungee cord the unit on the shelf so it does not vibrate off. I would not put it any higher than waist height or so for safety.
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August 13, 2014
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It is Very Heavy I would not attempt to hang it on a wall no
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No, the Makita 2.6-Gal. 2 HP Portable Electrical Hot Dog Air Compressor (MAC700) cannot be mounted onto a wall.
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will a 20 amp generator operate this compressor

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February 11, 2016
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If using a generator I would suggest using one with a pure sine wave output. These are generally a little more expensive, but will not damage sensitive electronics.
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I would think so! I am running this on an old fuse (15 amp) box and it hasn't blown a fuse yet! I was surprised, but that's one of the reasons I bought this one! Low starting amp draw!
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I don't know about a generator. The instructions say plug into a line with at least a 15 amp breaker.
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i assume that you are talking about a 2400 watt generator? Probably since most generators will actually give a little more than the rated number for a few seconds. Enough to get the compressor to turn over. My little hot dog compressor runs fine on a 2800 watt inverter running off 12 volt batteries. I am pretty sure the hot dog is rated at a much lower draw than 20 amps at 120 volts so you should be Read More
i assume that you are talking about a 2400 watt generator? Probably since most generators will actually give a little more than the rated number for a few seconds. Enough to get the compressor to turn over. My little hot dog compressor runs fine on a 2800 watt inverter running off 12 volt batteries. I am pretty sure the hot dog is rated at a much lower draw than 20 amps at 120 volts so you should be fine. 20 amps x 120 volts = 2800 watts Read Less
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October 24, 2012
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All signs point to yes, this compressor is rated somewhere around 12.5amps I believe, under the 15 amp mark, one of the nice things for those who suffer from 15 amp circuits and always throw breakers on start-ups from other similarly sized compressors. It doesn't even dim the lights in my garage, and I run on a 20amp circuit.
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September 24, 2012
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NO Problem .I can run mine with a small honda EU 2000 15 amp , starts and runs without a problem
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September 24, 2012
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Makita does not recommend using generators with our compressors. However, if you must use a generator, a 20 AMP high quality generator should be able to power the MAC700.
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I have never ran my compressor on a generator. I always run it on a 20 amp circuit and have never had any trouble with it.
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what is the weight of this unit

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right around 50 lbs. It is not a light unit but works great and quality parts were used to make it efficient and quite
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61 lbs
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52 lbs.
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Approximately 55 pounds.
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close to 55 lbs
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The MAC700 2.0 HP* Air Compressor has a net weight of 52 pounds.
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What diameter rubber hose does this take?

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my 1/4 inch M socket went right into the supplied fitting.
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I used a 3/8 " hose w/ a 1/4" connector. Also I recommend a rubber hose vs. PVC for durability
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It does not take a rubber hose. The compressor has an automatic style air coupler, which accepts 1/4" industrial interchange plugs (and maybe some others, I did not try it).
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You can use any size you want. I used 3/8" on mine. Because of the small size of the tank, I wouldn't use anything bigger than 3/8".
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1/4 in good, 1/2 inch is fine. 3/4 over kill. not enough capcity to run air tools for longer than short burst. good for filling tires.
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¼” or 3/8”
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Rated 4.7 out of 5 by 147 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by MAC 700 Compressor Review I purchased this ship to store, delivered on time to Home Depot. I got it on sale for $175. This is a solidly built unit, weighing around 50 pounds. Another reviewer had posted excellent set up and break-in instructions which are better than the ones included. There are several helpful online videos as well. Remove temporary white oil filler cap. Fill the oil only to the red dot on the clear oil level indicator. Install black filler cap. Do not over tighten and do not use thread tape. Install the silver air filter, using thread tape. Open the air valve at the bottom of the tank all the way, run for 20 minutes and you are done! I changed out the oil as it was a bit dirty afterwards. The unit comes up to pressure quickly via the big bore 2 HP motor, and is much quieter than non-oiled compressors. It takes about a minute to get to 130 PSI. I use it mostly for filling the tires on my boat trailer, as an air blower and it works great. I always empty the tank when done. It has a 2.6 gallon tank, so it’s not really suited for high volume air tools, but it is perfect for someone that needs a quality unit that does not take up much space. It fits on the bottom shelf under my work bench. A 50 foot air hose reaches everything. Over all, this is a great unit. My only minor issue was when I went to go pick it up, the clerk brought it out with the box upside down. This caused some left over oil from factory testing to leak past the temporary oil filler plug and it got under the motor cover. Otherwise the unit came in perfect condition. February 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very solid air compressor... This compressor is oil-based, so it requires adding the compressor oil (included) and allowing it to run for 20 minutes with the tank valve open to break in the compressor unit. But that is quickly accomplished and after that, it is ready to use. I found the compressor to provide plenty of air volume/pressure and it is quiet (as compressors go). I usually like to point out one shortcoming, but I really don't see one with this unit. It's been great. April 26, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fast and quiet Fills the tank faster than I expected and is quiet compared to others. I'm pretty happy with this compressor May 10, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Very quiet. Very quiet. Fills up fast. I only use it to fill my tires but it's great May 3, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by As good as its reviews I purchased the MAC 700 after reading the reviews. The owners manual that comes with the unit is lacking in clarity, but there are plenty of on-line videos to walk you through the start up process. I'm replacing a larger unit, but this one is quieter and has the capacity to meet my needs as a DIYer. I'm pleased with my purchase and recommend it. April 12, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent buy Great quality product and the Right tool for me. Quite, easy to move around and does not need a lot of space for storage. Fit easily on top of my roll away tool box. April 11, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Excellent Choice So far, very please with overall performance. Unit is a little heavier than originally expected. May installed rolling casters - appears to be an easy upgrade. April 5, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Wow...what a great deal and great air compressor I took four days researching all of the brands, models, compared out put with the size it had to be in order for me to fit it into the space i had in my garage . After researching I decided to spend a little extra money to get the Makita. WOW!! Did I make a good decision!! The only negative is the electrical cord is at the front of the air compressor and when plugging it in it is little bit in the way, but the is the only suggestion I have to Makita is to locate the exit port for the cord to the back. Plenty of out put, it work fantastic, but I bought a HUSKY coil air hose kit and 50' hose instead of the Makita which was over $50.00. The HUSKY hose works well with my air compressor January 19, 2016
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