Model # OF50150TS

Internet #202078695

Store SKU #441037

RIDGID Tri-Stack 5 Gal. Portable Electric Steel Orange Air Compressor
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RIDGID

Tri-Stack 5 Gal. Portable Electric Steel Orange Air Compressor

  • MobilAir removable tank design
  • 150 PSI maximum pressure
  • 2 independent regulators control air pressure on both tanks
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Product Overview

The RIDGID Tri-Stack 5 Gal. Portable Electric Steel Orange Air Compressor can be configured a variety of ways and has the versatility of 5 tools in 1. All tanks together provide maximum power, while tanks separated from the compressor are ideal for tire inflation or use at a distance with longer lengths of tubing. This compressor can even be set up for multiple tools with separate pressure requirements. The oil-free pump delivers reliable performance with less maintenance than traditional air compressors. Backed by the industry leading 3-year warranty.

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  • Powerful induction motor for maximum power, durability and quick starts
  • 150 psi maximum pressure
  • Innovative removable tank design allows compressor to be configured for a wide range of tools, applications and environments
  • Compressor and independently regulated tanks separate for easy carrying and versatile, simultaneous uses
  • 1/4 turn tank drain, valve on each tank turns quickly and easily for convenient tank maintenance
  • Oil-free, low-maintenance pump
  • UL listed for safety and reliability
  • 2 independent regulators control air pressure on both tanks for maximum utility
  • Well balanced and equipped with a handle for portability to and from the work site
  • 3 universal (air outlet) quick couplers accept 1/4 in. industrial and automotive plugs with easy single-hand connection
  • Includes the compressor only, air tools and accessories sold separately
  • 4.9 SCFM at 90 psi
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
22.8
Product Height (in.)
19.5
Product Width (in.)
15

Details

Air Delivery SCFM @ 40PSI
4.9
Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI
4.9
Amperage (amps)
14.5
Application Use
Brad Nailing/Stapling,Finish Nailing,Framing Nailing
Compressor Tank Capacity (Gallons)
5
Compressor Type
Trim
Compressor/Air Tool Features
Handle,Oil Free Compressor,Tank Pressure Gauge
Decibel Rating (Outdoor)
Not Measured
Horsepower (hp)
1
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Lubrication Type
Oil Free
Maximum Pressure (psi)
150
Portable
Yes
Power Source
Electric
Product Weight (lb.)
77lb
Reconditioned
No
Returnable
30-Day
Stage Count
Single Stage
Tank Material
Steel
Tank Style
Tri-Stack
Tools Product Type
Air Compressor
Voltage (volts)
120

Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings
1-UL Listed
Manufacturer Warranty
3 Year Limited Warranty

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Customer Questions & Answers

I have a problem with this compressor tripping the reset button all the time!whats the deal?

Seems like you may use a min. Amount of air and it wants to replace it right away but when it goes to start it sounds like it is under a load and will trip the reset, is this a warranty issue? I am thinking so! Any ideas, thanks Doug
Asked by: Anonymous
I appreciate all of the great answers. Mine was on a 15 amp breaker at first, so I plugged it in to a 20 amp dedicated breaker. Bought it in May of 2013, and problem came up after about 1 1/2 years. I can't find the receipt to return for warranty, so what next? When pressure is building up, and all three tanks are connected, breaker pops, and air bleeds out of the switch housing. Every single time. On the web site, there are quite a number of unhappy people with the same problem
Answered by: Plantman
Date published: 2016-02-03

How much does this unit weigh to be carried? Does it separate?

Asked by: blue
It does separate into 2 parts. It's easy enough to separate...but I don't usually bother. The unit is heavy...but you can carry it. I wouldn't want to be hauling it around all the time. It's heavier than it looks. I think it probably should have wheels...would be more convenient and mobile. When separated, it is easier to carry. It's just not simple enough to do quickly.
Answered by: JS77
Date published: 2015-10-18

I'm going to fram a 1400 ft house will this unit handel the work load with 4 framing guns going at the sametime ???.

Asked by: WhiteBear
With out a doubt any small twin tank can handle it. I have run up to 6 no problem
Answered by: jim
Date published: 2016-12-26

How many CFM at 90 PSI does this compressor supply.

Model # OF50150TS Internet # 202078695
Asked by: Anonymous
As listed all over the specs section, it's 4.9 scfm @ 90 psi
Answered by: BuffaloBlue
Date published: 2016-10-04
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Customer Reviews

Tri-Stack 5 Gal. Portable Electric Steel Orange Air Compressor is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 199.
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I like the two piece design. It reduces weight for... I like the two piece design. It reduces weight for moving the unit. Also allows you to take the tank to remote locations and not have to drag the pump also. I purchased it for a small wood shop for nailing and spray painting. It will get a inline filter and separator before I get to paint again.
Date published: 2017-02-21
Rated 4 out of 5 by from This is a nice product , Well made, But very heavy, There is a new model out that is lighter, And... This is a nice product , Well made, But very heavy, There is a new model out that is lighter, And 200 psi but this model which is 150 psi..And can handle most usage....
Date published: 2017-02-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Plumbing Easy to take apart and carry in two sections. Powerful and fast pressure build up.
Date published: 2017-02-09
Rated 1 out of 5 by from 1 Star Review Rating provided by a verified purchaser
Date published: 2017-04-20
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Does great Does great
Date published: 2017-03-28
Rated 1 out of 5 by from compressor broke 8 months of use. normal operation, no abuse to compressor, just broke. This is the second Ridgid compressor I have owned. The first one broke ( reed valve failed and destroyed the piston and cylinder) took it back to get it replaced, out of luck had to buy a new one. Thought I would give Ridgid one more chance, Bought the Tri Stack unit. Broke after very light normal use after 8 months. Was still under warranty, was fixed and returned in 4 weeks. Suggestion for Ridgid. Replace compressor when customer brings it back for repair. I had to buy another compressor to use while my damaged one was being repaired. I will not buy another Ridgid tool..... I hope that the repaired compressor will last for years to come but I,m not counting on it.
Date published: 2014-10-11
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Absolutely frustrating I bought this in May of 2013, and it has a three year warranty. After one year, it did what others had mentioned. It pops a 20 amp breaker as it builds up pressure, and pops the reset button on the back of the motor. When I am using the upper tank only, the motor cycles of and on like it should for 4 or 5 times, then pops breaker. When I flip the air supply to the bottom tanks, breaker pops as unit struggles to fill up all tanks. When this happens, the air regulator/ on off switch bleeds all of the air out of the tank. Rigid wants the receipt for the repair at the nearest repair shop (80 miles away), and I cannot find it. Grrrr This compressor is Junk, not dependable, and frustrating customer service.
Date published: 2016-02-03
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Happy so Far After reading all 73 of the previous reviews I decided to give this compressor a shot. Purchased on 8/28/13. I recently sold a larger gas compressor and a smaller pancake compressor and was looking for something smaller that would fit the bill for what I need now, something in between. I have several years experience as a framing and trim carpenter and business owner. I have other Ridgid tools, some of them are good, some of them are just not up to par with tools like Bosch or Milwaukee. I was hesitant about the purchase because of the repeated problems others mentioned, then again, some people either don't read directions, or are simply just not supposed to own tools. I did one thing that was not mentioned in the directions of this compressor, but has been in every other oil free compressor that I have had, 4 gallon, 20 gallon and 32 gallon, (all different manufacturers) and that was to break in the motor and compressor. This is done by opening all the drain valves and turning the compressor on and letting run without the added resistance of building pressure for 15 minutes straight. Monitor your electrical connection as it should not get too warm, and the air that cools the motor which comes out the side. It may get warm, but not hot. The air coming out of the drain, particularly the small .5 gallon tank drain on the compressor unit will be warm since really, that is where all the air is coming out of. After 15 minutes, turn the switch to off, close the drains, turn back on and allow the unit to come up to full pressure. (if it seems excessively hot, let it cool, if the wiring is hot, your home wiring is inadequate.) I haven't had the chance to really put this thing to the test yet, but I cycled it several times, watching all the gauges making sure they are going down equally, then back up equally when the motor cycles. If the gauges are moving at completely different paces (some discrepancy would be normal), there may be some type of obstruction in one of the lines connecting each of the components. I would consider this a manufacturing flaw and would take it back to Home Depot with in the 90 day satisfaction guarantee period. The heck with dealing with a warranty if you just purchased it. That's easy for me to say, I'm 5 minutes from my Home Depot, which is why I figured I would try this one out. For now, mine is running just fine in an 11 year old home with modern wiring and breakers. It is on a 15amp circuit and I didn't experience any of the aforementioned power, or non-starting problems. I didn't really find it louder than other oil free compressors that can push this type of CFM, they are all loud, that is just the nature of the beast. I separated and replaced the top and bottom unit several times and had no reconnection problems. It is heavier than what I would consider a trim compressor, but it comes apart easily, making it easier to carry. The next compressor up, the 4.5 gal 200psi Dewalt 5 CFM@90psi is heavier than this one (it has wheels) and is much larger. I was looking for something a little more storage friendly with a minimum of 4 CFM @90psi, so this one was a better fit. I also love the versatility of being able to run 2 separate pressures. I always hated running back to change pressure when switching tools! I say try the break in method before you use the compressor and see if that works for you! I will write a follow up review if I experience any problems after using it for a while, especially at different locations where the wiring may not be as good. If you don't see a review entitled "Happy so Far, follow up", all is good!
Date published: 2013-08-28
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