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RIDGID

Model OF60150VP

Internet #205475858

6 gal. Vertical Pancake Compressor

This item has been discontinued.
The Home Depot no longer carries this specific product.

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Introducing the RIDGID 6 gal. Vertical Pancake Compressor. This is a perfect addition to any tool arsenal. Its 6 gal. tank and 150 psi output makes it ideal for many jobs around the home or jobsite.

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  • Vertical design for improved center of gravity and easy carrying
  • Best-in-class oil-free pump for maintenance-free, reliable performance
  • Powerful universal motor for superior starting with very low voltage requirements
  • Quarter-turn tank drain valve turns quickly and easily for quick tank draining
  • Folding handle can be pushed down during storage or operation but easily extended when mobility is needed
  • 2 universal quick couplers accept both 1/4 in. industrial and automotive plugs with easy single-hand connection
  • Integrated control panel protects control components
  • On-board nailer storage neatly store 2 finishes or trim tools on compressor during transport or storage
  • Hose channel feature easily keeps hose at the base of the unit to prevent tipping

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Is this product available in stores or only online?

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Hartland, MI
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November 12, 2014
I don't see anything in the product listing that says it's avilable in stores......only that it's OUT OF STOCK ONLINE.
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Huntington Beach, CA
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April 28, 2016
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Online only, from Home Depot. HOWEVER, take note: RYOBI hi-jacked the manufacturer of this product so now it's named RYOBI. On Home Depot's website, search for RYOBI 6-gal. pancake air compressor.
It's the exact same compressor, except for the exterior color which is now mint green (instead of orange).
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December 10, 2014
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both
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November 18, 2014
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Neither.
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November 14, 2014
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Dear Customer,
Our online inventory has been exhausted for this particular compressor. However, we have a limited number of compressors still in stores. Please check your local Home Depot’s on hands to ensure your store has product. If it is out of stock, they can direct you to another store that has product, or transfer a unit in. Please give us a call at 1-866-529-1710 for immediate Read More
Dear Customer,
Our online inventory has been exhausted for this particular compressor. However, we have a limited number of compressors still in stores. Please check your local Home Depot’s on hands to ensure your store has product. If it is out of stock, they can direct you to another store that has product, or transfer a unit in. Please give us a call at 1-866-529-1710 for immediate assistance.
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What is the recovery time?

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Summerville, SC
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September 16, 2014
How long does this compressor take to recover after you set a desired pressure?
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Gulfport, Ms.
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December 10, 2014
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Depends on psi but at 90 psi I would say less than a minute.
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October 5, 2014
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Right about 30 seconds when I've been using it. That's without introducing any further load to the tank though. Will be longer if you are in constant use.
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September 24, 2014
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID!
The duty cycle for this model is 67% or 2 min on / 1 min off.
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RIDGID
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Fenton, MI
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September 21, 2014
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not long at all. i have done a lot of trim work and the recovery time is pretty quick.
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Can you adjust the air pressure and if so from what min. to what max?

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Schuylkill Haven PA. 17972
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September 15, 2014
What is the knob on the control panel for?
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Huntington Beach, CA
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April 27, 2016
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Yes. The outlet pressure is adjustable from 0/zero to anywhere up to 155 psi.
It is controlled by the knob on the control panel.
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October 5, 2014
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I believe it's from around 20psi to 150psi.
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September 18, 2014
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Thank you for your interest in RIDGID!
It is possible to increase or decrease the OF60150VP compressors air pressure up to 150 max PSI, at the outlet, by adjusting the compressors air regulation control knob on the control panel.
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RIDGID
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September 16, 2014
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Yes you can. It goes from 0 to 150, but for most tools you will operate between 90 and 120.
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how long is factory warranty

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3 years.
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October 5, 2014
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3 years
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3 years
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September 13, 2014
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The warranty information link is on the compressor's page, but in case you missed it, here it is below:
http://www.homedepot.com/catalog/pdfImages/8f/8ff86e6a-12be-4162-9a7c-03664330435a.pdf
View it so you can see exact answers to the questions you may have regarding the warranty in detail.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 4.5 out of 5 by 26 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Happy Air Compressor owner (Pro finish-carpenter). For those who agonize over the discontinuation of this magnificent AC, don't worry! You can still order it online from Home Depot BUT the product changed name: It's now RYOBI, and the orange color is replaced with mint green. Other than that: It;s the exact same AC. January 29, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Airflow and details make this a winner I got the 6 gal Ridgid Vertical Pancake compressor to compare it against my old Porter Cable 3.5 gallon compressor. I ran them head to head in several tests to see which one performed better then looked at the overall fit and finish as well as the design features to decide which to keep as my main unit. The first thing I was interested in was how quickly can I get to work. A.K.A., how long does it take to fill the compressor. I was surprised that the Ridgid was able to fill the 6 gallon tank to 150psi in just 7 sec longer than the PC was able to fill 3.5 gallons to 135psi (2:38 vs 2:31). So clearly the motor on the Ridigid is beefier and/or more efficient. But does that come at a price with noise? I don't have a decibel meter so I just went on how it sounded. Both compressors are loud as they are oil-free. But the Ridgid seemed to have a deeper tone to it that made it slightly less "grating" on the ears. So now I put it to work! The Ridgid performed all the general compressor tasks I asked it to with ease. I shot full size framing nails with it, finish trim nails and ran air tools like an impact driver. The Ridgid performed on par with my old compressor in all these areas. The extra volume of the tank did allow me to shoot 5 more framing nails (19 vs. 14) before the compressor kicked on to recharge. I also ran through a whole clip of nails as fast as I could and the Ridgid kept up the whole way at 100psi. The area where the Ridgid really shined through was when I pulled out my HVLP. Most HVLP guns say you need 4.5 SCFM or something in that range to run them. I setup a Harbor Freight gravity feed gun and started test shooting some water. The first thing I realized is that it was atomizing far better than my old PC. Then I looked at the regulator on the gun. I had the gun regulator set to 50psi. When I pulled the trigger the gun leveled out at 30psi with the Ridgid. Doing the same with the PC it leveled out at 20psi. That means I get a whole 10psi higher airflow to the gun with the Ridgid!! I know I should be running a much larger compressor to do my spraying, but it's nice to know I can do what I need with this compressor. So now for some of the details. One of the features I really enjoy are the ease of carrying with the vertical design. It's not as far to bend down to pick it up and it doesn't bang off your leg like a round one does; your leg just slides along the large "pancake". This is nice because it is slightly heavier than my old unit. The other things I thought were well laid out were the power cord management, the quarter turn drain valve (vs. the schrader valve style) and the single hand quick connect for the hose. There is one area I was a little puzzled by though. The gauges for both the tank pressure and the outlet pressure where a nice size at 2". The problem is that it was a little hard to read the increments. For some reason the gauges go all the way to 250psi. This makes all the increments closer together and they are only labeled at 25psi increments. The puzzling thing about this is that the tank is only rated to 150psi and I can't think of anything I would want to do over that pressure anyway. Why not take the scale up to 160psi and spread out the increments and label them at every 10 or 20psi? That would be my recommendation on how to improve this unit. That being said, that is a small concern and doesn't really affect my usage. This unit has done everything I've asked of it and I will be getting rid of my old PC unit to make way for the Ridgid Vertical Pancake Compressor to be my main compressor. Pro's: -------- -Strong motor -Vertical carry design is more ergonomic -One-hand quick connect hose input -Quarter turn drain valve -Power cord management -Airflow Con's: -------- -Slightly heavier than 3.5gal -Unnecessarily small/close increments on gauges October 5, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by What Happened why Discontinued Why Why Why would they discontinue such an awesome space saving compressor, we have 3 on work trucks, and is the best compressor we have ever had or used. Plumbing and HVAC business. Hopefully I can still find somewhere. Need 2 more. January 19, 2016
Rated 1.0 out of 5.0 by Horrible My compressor just stopped working. Cant get a service centre that fixes compressors though i called the numbers on the website. Terrible customer service June 17, 2015
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice Little Compressor Easy To Transport & Good Amount of Free Air This little compact unit is perfect for deck building. I use it everyday and are very happy I have it. Very light weight and holds enough pressure to power 2 nailers. I was impressed to say the least. I bought it to use with my finish nailers. But then I was too lazy to get the bigger compressor out and tried it with a nailer. It worked fine, then we tried 2 nailers, it kept up well. This is our go to compressor now. We use it 4 out of 5 days a week, no problems at all. I highley recommend this gem. Gonna buy a few more just so I have backups. December 10, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Much better than the Porter-Cable My Porter-Cable 5 gal. compressor had finally worn out and I was going to replace it with the same. However, a Rigid representative saw me put it in my basket and suggested that I look at this 6 gal. unit. After discussing the Rigid's features I thought I would pay the extra $25 and give it a try. This unit appears to be of much better quality and is a little quieter. Also, the recovery time is much quicker. The unique design makes it much easier to transport. I am very pleased with my choice. December 30, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Fits my needs exactly. This item replaces a huge 30 gallon craftsman unit. I can run all of my air tools and can carry it to the job. It drives 3 1/2 inch nails, brads, staples and a small rotary tool. Very easy to set up and takes up a third of the space of my old unit. It is much easier to adjust the pressure and provides enough air to handle all of my small jobs. The two quick connects are handy when you need to add some air to a tire or use a different tool without switching hoses. October 14, 2014
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great compressor! Worth every penny! Perfect for any chore that requires using air. February 27, 2015
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