Model # OF50150TS

Internet #202078695

Store SKU #441037

RIDGID Tri-Stack 5 Gal. Portable Electric Steel Orange Air Compressor
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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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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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Tri-Stack 5 Gal. Portable Electric Steel Orange Air Compressor is rated 3.1 out of 5 by 199.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from 4 years and 10000 hours later still running strong So I don't usually bother writing reviews on products but I feel that after a product has been as good as this has it deserves recognition. I'm a professional carpenter and purchased this compressor 4 years ago when my dewalt quit on me. I have a few different compressors but this is usually my go to for most things. I have used it to build 6 houses, 17 roofs, thousands of feet of trim, and much more. It has held up quite well, now 4 years later it's pretty banged up and I have replaced various wear parts. Even still it out performs a lot of compressors and has been through many hours of use, tossed in and out of the trucks, left outside in the rain, had lumber dropped on it and fallen 12 feet off a deck and it still comes back for more. Now having said all of the positive things about it, the compressor does have its drawbacks. For one you must have a large enough circuit to run it, 20A minimum. This compressor is louder than many others in poduction and yes you can separate it but sometimes that can be an annoying task. Another thing is the fact that it weighs 80lbs. I ended up fashioning a wheel barrow type mount for it due to the weight. This compressor has paid for itself over the years and will be replaced with the same when it does die.
Date published: 2016-12-13
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Great value but forget LSA on Compressor Great Tool after buying found out compressor isn't LSA qualified. Nailer couldn't be registered online so expensive registered mailing is required. The online registration has never worked for any of my 8 tool purchases. Check the internet yourself to see the customers frustrated with registering and processing LSA claims. I'm not sure the LSA is worth anything after sending registered letters at $28 a batch so I don't recommend this as online registering never works in Canada and once you have a warranty you get the run around.
Date published: 2016-12-04
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
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