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20 Gal. 200 PSI Oil Free Portable Vertical Electric Air Compressor

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  • 35% Longer Air Tool Runtime vs. 20 gallon 175 PSI compressors
  • 36% Faster Recovery Time vs. 20 gallon 175 PSI compressors
  • 57% Quieter compared to 20 gallon 175 PSI compressors
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Power Type
Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI
Decibel Rating (Outdoor)
Maximum Pressure (psi)
Compressor Tank Capacity (Gallons)
Horsepower (hp)
Lubrication Type
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The Husky 20 Gal. oil free air compressor is industry leading with high performance technology. This Husky 20 Gal. portable vertical air compressor with 200 maximum psi provides 35% longer air tool run time compared to typical 20 Gal. compressors with 175 maximum psi . At 81 dBA, the oil free pump brings less noise to your work environment and has a 57% sound improvement versus typical 20 Gal. compressors with 175 maximum psi. The high efficiency motor allows for easier cold weather start as low as -20° F (-29° C) and extension cord application up to 400 ft. of extension cord. The Husky 20 Gal. 200 PSI air compressor is perfect for light automotive tasks, agricultural equipment repairs and intermittent use for metal working applications.
  • 200 maximum psi for 35% longer air tool run times compared to typical 20 Gal. compressor with 175 maximum psi
  • 200 maximum psi for 36% faster recovery time compared to typical 20 Gal. compressor with 175 maximum psi
  • With a decibel rating of 81 dBA, this compressor brings less noise to your work environment with a 57% sound improvement versus typical 20 Gal. compressors with 175 maximum psi
  • Cold weather start as low as -20° F (-29° C) allows for easier start in colder temperatures
  • Able to operate up to 400 ft. of extension cord
  • 7 in. wheels for shop or garage portability
  • Slim vertical design has a smaller footprint and takes up less space in your shop or garage
  • Perfect for all inflation, finish nailing/stapling, hobby painting, bolting/fastening, and cutting/drilling and surface prep
  • Oil free pump allows for hobby spray painting without the need for oil separators in the air system
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Name20 Gal. 200 PSI Oil Free Portable Vertical Electric Air Compressor20 Gal. Vertical Portable Electric Air Compressor27 Gal. 200 PSI Oil Free Portable Vertical Electric Air Compressor30 Gal. 175 PSI Oil Lubed Belt Drive Portable Vertical Electric Air Compressor
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Ratings
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Power SourceElectricElectricElectricElectric
Application UseAir Brushing,Blow Cleaning,Bolting/Wrenching,Brad Nailing/Stapling,Finish Nailing,Framing Nailing,Hobby Nailing,Hobby Painting,InflationAir Brushing,Blow Cleaning,Bolting/Wrenching,Brad Nailing/Stapling,Finish Nailing,Framing Nailing,Hobby Nailing,Hobby Painting,Roof NailingAir Brushing,Blow Cleaning,Bolting/Wrenching,Brad Nailing/Stapling,Finish Nailing,Framing Nailing,Hobby Nailing,Hobby Painting,Inflation,Roof NailingAir Brushing,Blow Cleaning,Bolting/Wrenching,Brad Nailing/Stapling,Cutting,Drilling,Finish Nailing,Framing Nailing,Hobby Nailing,Inflation,Roof Nailing
Lubrication TypeOil FreeOil FreeOil FreeOil-Lubricated
Compressor Tank Capacity (Gallons)20 gal20 gal27 gal30 gal
Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI445.16.2
Maximum Pressure (psi)200 psi150 psi200 psi175 psi
Compressor TypeLight DutyFraming & RoofingGarage & WorkshopGarage & Industrial
Compressor Tank Capacity (Gal.)20 Gal.20 Gal.27 Gal.30 Gal.
Tank StyleVerticalVerticalVerticalVertical
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Specifications

Dimensions

Product Depth (in.)
17 in
Product Height (in.)
41 in
Product Width (in.)
17 in

Details

Air Delivery SCFM @ 40PSI
5.2
Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI
4
Amperage (amps)
15 A
Application Use
Air Brushing,Blow Cleaning,Bolting/Wrenching,Brad Nailing/Stapling,Finish Nailing,Framing Nailing,Hobby Nailing,Hobby Painting,Inflation
Battery Amp Hours
No Battery
Battery/Charger
Tool Only
Charger Included
Charger Not Included
Compressor Tank Capacity (Gallons)
20 gal
Compressor Type
Light Duty
Compressor Volume Rating
Quiet
Compressor/Air Tool Features
Handle,Oil Free Compressor,Tank Pressure Gauge,Wheels
Condition
New
Decibel Rating (Outdoor)
81 dBA
Horsepower (hp)
1.3 hp
Included
No additional components or accessories are included
Included in Combo
Compressor Only
Lubrication Type
Oil Free
Maximum Pressure (psi)
200 psi
Number of Total Batteries Included
0
Portable
Yes
Power Source
Electric
Power Type
Corded Electric
Product Weight (lb.)
67 lb
Reconditioned
No
Returnable
30-Day
Stage Count
Single Stage
Tank Material
Steel
Tank Style
Vertical
Tools Product Type
Air Compressor
Voltage (v)
120v
Voltage (volts)
120 V

Warranty / Certifications

Manufacturer Warranty
2 Year Limited

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It does what it's supposed to do. Apon receiving it there seems to be a slight air leak somewher...
It does what it's supposed to do. Apon receiving it there seems to be a slight air leak somewhere I can't seem to find causing it to randomly go off. Other than that exactly how it's described...very happy would recommend...
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So far so good!
Great price at $219, bought all of the extras, wall Mounted a wheel pull out air hose on my garage wall 2x6 over a 2” piece of wood from Scrap at home depot free lol, screwed it direct into My Sheet Rock added bolts to the 2x6 sold as h! The rig is not as loud as some units and easy to set in my garage. Sure I could have spent a ton more for a name brand but why Not save a few bucks For something else!
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    The HUSKY 20-GALLON 200 PSI OIL FREE PORTABLE VERTICAL ELECTRIC AIR COMPRESSOR is by far the best...
    The HUSKY 20-GALLON 200 PSI OIL FREE PORTABLE VERTICAL ELECTRIC AIR COMPRESSOR is by far the best I have owned in the last 50 years. Working in the automotive industry I became a fan of pneumatic tools both on the job and at home when it was practical. They make accomplishing tasks faster and much easier. Compared to the five worn out compressors I have personally owned, and one I still have, this HUSKY 20-GALLON PORTABLE AIR COMPRESSOR is the best because of six critical features I look for in a new compressor. It is smaller/more compact, and its size makes it much more practical for at home workshops and small working spaces. 20 gallons is 20 gallons volume and at safe working pressures you just cannot get a smaller air storage portion of the unit, but the actual compressor portion is the most compact of any I have ever had. It is portable and easy to move around. You will not have people tripping over miles of air hoses, and it has good wheels and a grip safe finish on the handle that makes it easy to balance and move to the job if necessary. It is internally lubricated, oil free, which means you do not have to check the oil level before you turn it on and there will be no messy oil changes. You also will not have an oil film in the air it delivers. Its higher working storage capacity means you will not be left standing there waiting for the compressor to catch up with your air tools like impact wrenches and grinders, sanders paint spray guns. As a bonus, it is much quieter than any of the compressors I have had in the past. If it is in your garage, and there is any distance between it and your family it will not likely disturb them.
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    This Husky air compressor is a well made unit standing 36” from floor to top of housing. It has a...
    This Husky air compressor is a well made unit standing 36” from floor to top of housing. It has a 16” depth from the front to the padded rear placed handle which feels strong and sturdy when moving the unit on its 7” wheels. The total width including the wheels is 17””. The fittings appear to be brass and the piping is aluminum which makes me wonder about galvanic corrosion from the dissimilar metals. When running the unit is comparatively quiet and it comes up to a charge 150 psi in approximately 4-5”. Being a vertical unit it takes up very little room and fits easily into a corner of the garage.
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    Very quiet for a medium size (20 gal) air compressor; we were surprised as to how quiet this comp...
    Very quiet for a medium size (20 gal) air compressor; we were surprised as to how quiet this compressor is. We normally wear ear protection when we fire up the air compressor it replaces. You will not likely need ear protection unless you are using this compressor in an enclosed space. The advertisement lists the noise output at 81 Db. We do not have a Db meter, but can say for the size of the compressor, it is very quiet. The air compressor does not take up much floor space because of its vertical design. It takes up only about 16 x 13 inches of floor space (including the handle), 13 x 13 inches if you exclude the handle. It is about 43 inches tall including the handle. At 76 lbs. it can be loaded it up onto the work truck by one person. Two people will make it an easy lift. The compressor has wheels and a nice handle, so it is easy to maneuver around. The handle shields the gauges somewhat, so, it is unlikely that you will hurt the gauges if you drop the compressor over on its side. There is a water drain valve on the bottom to allow for you to remove the water that collects when using the air compressor. It works well to power air tools. We use it to power our titanium Ingersoll Rand ½ inch impact wrench, and our titanium Proto Air 3/8 ratchet. We also use air nailers, and air sanders. We use an air nozzle to blow away rust and dirt while we are working on vehicles, which drains the air reservoir faster than any other usage. Please don’t forget the safety glasses when using your air tools, especially when using an air nozzle as it kicks up a lot of stuff that can get in your eyes. The quick connect on the compressor is Steel, not brass. The compressor is rated at 50% duty cycle, which means it should be on for half the time. For example, 30 minutes out of every 60 minutes. The compressor stops at 200 psi and turns back on at 150 psi. Since the 20 gal tank is at 200 psi, and the air tools run at 90 psi, you can do work for several minutes before the compressor turns back on at 150 psi. Air compressor testing: It takes 640 seconds (10 minutes 40 seconds) to get up to 200 psi and stop. We also measured how long it takes for the air compressor to go from 150 psi back up to 200 psi and stop. It takes 152 seconds (2 minutes 32 seconds) for the compressor to go from turn on at 150 psi back up to turn off at 200 psi. Additional testing with the air nozzle: Since an air nozzle releases air more quickly than any other tool; this is a worst-case scenario test. We turned on the air nozzle at 200 PSI (regulator set at 90 psi). It dropped to 150 in 40 seconds, where the compressor kicked on. It took another 95 seconds for the pressure to drop to 90 psi. The compressor was able to maintain the 90-psi output for 135 seconds = (2 minute 15 seconds). After we turned off the nozzle (at 90 psi) it took 374 seconds (6 minutes 14 seconds) for the compressor to get back up to 200 psi. We like the fact that the turn on and turn off pressures, 150 psi and 200 psi respectively, are well above the 90 psi working pressure for our tools. Overall, we like this compressor and recommend it.
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    I've had this for a couple of weeks and it works great. Ready to go right out of the box. Check a...
    I've had this for a couple of weeks and it works great. Ready to go right out of the box. Check a few things and plug it in. Not too noisy , what you expect. Just the right size for the average home owner. Used it to inflate pool toys to car tires. What's nice is that it rolls. Wish the tires were better quality , but for around the garage they are ok. And the few air tools I own work fine with this unit. Will make working on my cars easier.
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    8 found this review helpful
    I wanted to get an upright compressor because of space issues. There just is not a lot of room in...
    I wanted to get an upright compressor because of space issues. There just is not a lot of room in my garage, which becomes my workshop when the two cars are moved out. With the two cars in the garage, space becomes a premium. Having had an upright compressor before, I was surprised at how much quieter the Husky 200 PSI compressor is. It is still 81 dBA (decibels), which is somewhere between an alarm clock or garbage disposal and passing a diesel truck or hearing a snow blower. The pressure gauges are smaller than my last compressor, but still very easy to read. The dial is about the same size and can be adjusted just by turning it. The handle used to move the compressor with is bent out and up to protect the dial and gauges should the compressor fall over. Upright compressors are a little top heavy with the motor on top of the tank. But another feature of the handle being bent to protect the gauges/dial is that you can lay the compressor down to transport it should you need to. That was not the case with my other compressor - it almost required one to transport it upright, which meant using a pickup truck. The Husky can lie down in a bed, including a truck bed, for transporting. I noticed that the hose connector was heavy duty and there was absolutely no leaks at all. The hose plugged into it very easily and securely. The front rubber feet are held in place by bolts. These can be adjusted, if need be, simply by laying the compressor down, removing the bolt(s), and putting a washer between the rubber foot and the compressor frame. This would allow you to fully tighten the bolt back while raising that "foot" the thickness of the washer(s). Husky has provided a bolt that sticks up approximately 1/2 inch, so there is plenty of room for adjustment. I did find that it took a while to get to 200 PSI, but was comparable to my other compressor. I found that I used a lot of air before the compressor kicked back on, and I believe I will always have the pressure that I need. The one thing I would change is the water removal valve. It is on the bottom of the tank, right in the middle, and the valve is one of those screw types that I do not care for. Husky should give strong consideration to using a 1/4 turn stop valve instead of the screw valve. That is what I see on other compressors these days, and is what I will be installing as soon as I can find one that will fit. They are easier, faster, and hassle free. You don't have to remember whether you turn the valve clockwise or counter clockwise. Plus, if Husky installed the valve right on the outside edge of the tank, the user does not have to bust a knuckle trying to reach under the compressor to turn the valve. All in all, the Husky 20 gallon, 200 PSI oil free compressor is a good compressor that will meet my home and casual needs very well. And Husky's price point is another good attraction!
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    Very good quality. Quieter than i expected.
    Very good quality. Quieter than i expected.
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    This Husky vertical air compressor should work well for most uses in my shop, but I was disappoin...
    This Husky vertical air compressor should work well for most uses in my shop, but I was disappointed in several aspects right off the bat. I like a vertical air compressor since it has a smaller footprint, and I don’t need to bend over every time that I need to make an adjustment or turn it off. It will primarily sit in the same location in my shop, with movement only for cleaning around it, but rarely would I use it like a job-site compressor. I would not call this unit quiet, but it is much more tolerable than my previous compressor. Now, I can work in the shop while it is running without hearing protection, something that I wasn’t able to do before. I timed the fill rate from zero, and it took 3 min 45 seconds to reach 100 psi, and 10 minutes and 42 seconds to go from zero to 200 psi. This compares with 9 minutes stated in the manual, which is about 20 percent longer than advertised. The attached air hose coupler seems to be heavy duty and holds tight without the slightest leak. Out of the box, I noticed that the unit wobbled when setting on a flat surface. Seems that one of the wheel or leg brackets was not welded at the right location. I removed one wheel and gave the metal bracket a few whacks with a hammer, and that seemed to bend it just enough to correct the problem, but I was hesitant and careful. I’m not sure that I would recommend my approach. Perhaps a couple washers to space out the attachment of the foot on the other side would work. Either way, I think that this should have been caught at the factory. After noticing that the tank lost about 25 psi in a half-hour (without any use), I started checking for leaks with soapy water and found a sizable one at the attachment of the air pipe to the tank body. I was unable to tighten it at all, so my only option was to remove it and apply pipe joint compound to the threads for a better seal. It doesn’t appear that any was used at the initial manufacturing process. Again, I feel that this should have been checked before leaving the factory. Like all compressors, it is recommended that it be drained every day to blow out any water (which is a normal by-product of compressing air), but the drain is in an awkward location. While I have seen them in worse locations, I have also seen them designed to be much more user-friendly. I can live with this in my usage of a couple times per week. If I get too tired of it, I may modify it with a pipe and ball valve. The compressor comes with a two year warranty for home use, and 90 days for commercial use. While I wouldn’t recommend this for every day or commercial use; for home use it seems to be a pretty good deal at its price point, if you are willing to take an extra hour to make initial corrections and live with a couple quirks.
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    Lacking Quality Control
    Upon opening the box I was impressed that no assembly was required. First thing I noticed was two random screws fell out. I found where they went and reinstalled. Then I plugged it in and let it build up. Kind of loud and seemed like it took forever to fill but that doesn't bother me. I work around shop equipment I'm used to loud and the length it took was due to the 20 gallon tank. As soon as the auto shut off worked I noticed a massive leak. The female quick attach was faulty. I thought maybe it wasn't tight so I tightened it up. Didn't work and that's when I realized the seal on the inside was faulty. I had some spare ones laying around and replaced it. From there it worked fine. Great compressor but the quality control department at Husky needs some reprimanding.
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