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30 Gal. 175 PSI High Performance Oil Free Portable Electric Air Compressor

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  • 40% longer air tool runtime vs. 26 Gal. 150 PSI compressors
  • Runs on up to 400 ft. of extension cord
  • Cold start capable to -20°F (-29°C)
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The Husky 30 Gal. compressor features a high performance pump and motor that delivers 175 max PSI along with 5.1 SCFM at 90 PSI. Higher PSI in a 30 Gal. tank provides 40% longer tool run times compared to typical 26 Gal. compressors. The Oil-Free pump allows for cold start capability to -20°F (-29°C). The ability to run on up to 400 ft. of extension cord and 9 in. wheels make it easy to move around the shop, garage, or on a worksite. The dual quick connects make it easy to switch between tools and applications. The Husky 30 Gal. 175 PSI air compressor is perfect for all inflation tasks, nailing and stapling, bolting, and cutting applications as well as spray painting tasks. The oil free feature eliminates the need for oil separators in your air delivery system while conducting painting projects.
  • 175 max PSI in a 30 Gal. tank for 40% longer tool run times compared to typical 26 Gal. compressor at 150 max PSI
  • Oil free design means no maintenance which also adds to longevity
  • Equipped with a high flow regulator to ensure max air flow to your tools for peak performance
  • Ability to run on up to 400 ft. of extension cord
  • Cold start capability as low as -20°F (-29°C)
  • 9 in. wheels for shop or garage portability
  • 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, and bolting/fastening projects
  • Oil free pump allows for spray painting without the need for oil separators in the air system
  • Call 1-888-HD-HUSKY for customer service and support. Click here for warranty information.
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Q:The PSI gauge on my 30 gallon air compressor does not go below 150 psi and when I turn it on it actually builds up to over 200 PSI very quickly but I feel like my tools don't have enough power
by|Jan 13, 2023
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Q:Why won?t my compressor come up to 175 psi as rated? It gets to 150 then shuts off. Been like that straight out of the box.
by|Oct 8, 2022
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A:  We are sorry to see that this HUSKY 30 gal. air compressor did not entirely meet your expectations. Please contact Husky Customer Service at 1-888-HD-HUSKY and they will be able to discuss with you about the issues you are having with your air compressor.

by|Oct 12, 2022
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    Q:Stops at 150PSI
    by|May 2, 2022
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    A:  Works for me im a diy mechanic good for the price wouldnt recommend if your trying to paint a whole car perfect for automotive use 

    by|May 6, 2022

      A:  We are sorry to hear that this Husky 30 gal. air compressor is not meeting your expectations. We appreciate your feedback. Please contact Husky Customer Service at 1-888-HD-HUSKY and they will be able to discuss with you further about the issues you are having with your air compressor.

      by|May 2, 2022
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        Q:I've been looking for this air compressor for months now and cannot find it in stock (in-store or online). Has it been discontinued?
        by|Nov 20, 2021
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        A:  Yes, this 30 gal. air compressor has been discontinued. However, the Husky 27 gal. air compressor (Model# C271H) is a recommended alternative.

        by|Nov 24, 2021

          A:  Thank you for your recent inquiry with The Home Depot, Chris. When an item is not purchasable on our website, please enter your email in the “notify me” part on the items page to be informed when it comes back in stock! Your local Home Depot Store might be able to do a Special Order for you directly to the vendor, please speak with a local, in store associate. We appreciate your business and look forward to serving you in the future.

          by|Nov 24, 2021
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            Customer Reviews

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            Quiet but Wobbles
            it's a pretty good unit, I gave it four stars because of the price. but I do like it overall. It has two outlets. but the drain valve is facing the back side and the unit does not sit flat - about a 3/8" discrepancy. Was packed well.
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              The Husky air compressor was a Father's Day gift. My dad's other air compressor broke down, so ...
              The Husky air compressor was a Father's Day gift. My dad's other air compressor broke down, so I bought him a new one. He loves it.
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              my 30 something year old craftsman 20 gal w/3.5 hp compressor died and in need of a quick replace...
              my 30 something year old craftsman 20 gal w/3.5 hp compressor died and in need of a quick replacement as middle of painting garage. it just keeps up with the paint gun/canister, and just about time can use a break on the arms, let it catch up for a better spray. nicer part of this over my old one is easier to move around being upright and taller, like a hand truck vs more horizontal and handle not quite long enough causing hit legs moving it around.
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              At this time 7 days passed since I turned it on for the first time and filled the tank up to 175 ...
              At this time 7 days passed since I turned it on for the first time and filled the tank up to 175 psi it took about 9 minutes to fill and its been 7 days and lost only one pound of pressure. It had a burnt smell when ran at first but thats from being new. I don't like how it sounds but I think its just needs break in and it will be great. The black husky compressor is better than the red ones anytime. I don't like the plain gauges I would prefer the 5 colors ones. I have this compressor for 7 days , I replaced the 26 gallon husky for this one and it meets my expectations. I like that it has longer run time. I like that it have to connector for two air hoses .
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              Good compressor to Me!
              I had a "RED" compressor, that last me almost 20 years. LONG time for a "No Oil" compressor. I'm a tradesmen. I, more and more, have been experimenting with HD products. Last week, my trusty "RED" unit blew a pin hole leak...so out it went. To dangerous to weld! After doing my research..I thought, why not give this unit a try. Well, so far, so good! Pros...I love that it comes all put together! Pull it from the box and plug it in. I love that the power source cord is HEAVY gauge. Less draw when it starts up, or cycles. I love that it has 2 tap in's...so you can run 2 lines at the same time! Home Depot also has these nice quick release connectors, on this compressor, that work very well. I debated buying other brands, but for the money, features, and warranty, I really like this compressor unit. To me, it's pretty ROCK solid. Not too bulky, and certainly exceeds my needs! No regrets buying this unit. Very happy with my purchase, so far! Cons..which it had beefier wheels, though the ones on it are okay. My concern, if I do side gigs, I'm concerned they might not last. Takes awhile to fill, when it first starts..about 9 to 10 minutes. However, once it's filled, the cycle runs maybe 2-3 minutes to refill. Based on tank size...it holds air for sometime! Buy this unit... Best guess for many, you'll be happy with it!! :)
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                HUSKY , an army with strong soldiers!!
                I got it for painting and auto repairs. For one more time Husky proved that can do it...
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                  I read the good and bad reviews and decided to buy this compressor anyway because it's the best d...
                  I read the good and bad reviews and decided to buy this compressor anyway because it's the best deal for a compressor this size. Like some of the other reviewers, I found that it was a solid and well built compressor except for the cheap toy like wheels. Despite that, I still thought it was a good deal until I turned it on. Day 1: It ran for about 30 minutes before it finally shut off at 170psi, it was definitely louder than I expected but I didn't mind because I let it run while I took care of other chores around the house. Day 2: I let it sit overnight and came back the next morning to see that the tank had only 35psi. so it's definitely a leaker. I turned it back on and let it run for another 25 minutes before it finally shut off then I went out for a quick errand to pick up supplies and when I returned 2 hours later, it was down to about 80psi. I have yet to use it because I'm sitting here writing this review while I wait (again) for it to finish bringing itself back up to operating pressure. Day 3: It has been running for over an hour and a half and the tank gauge is nudging towards 185psi. I don't know if it'll stop before it blows the pump or the tank and only hope it will at least be able to do the job that I bought it for. I thought of replacing the flimsy hose clamps, but I don't want to modify a brand new compressor that doesn't work as advertised. I gave it low marks for Quality and Value because it's not a good quality or value compressor if it can't hold air. I think this one's going back to the store...
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                    Bought the Husky 30 Gal.175 PSI compressor two weeks ago, not a single issue with it right out of...
                    Bought the Husky 30 Gal.175 PSI compressor two weeks ago, not a single issue with it right out of the box!! It comes fully assembled, read the one page start up sheet, plugged it in, did all the checks and turned it on! It is very quiet when it runs, the tank filled up and I didn't have any air leaks from any of the connections or anything, filled up several tires that were a little low, let the compressor fill back up and sit for a few days to find it was still holding all its pressure! I love having the two hose connections, I set one up for a 3/8" hose and left the other for 1/4" hose, as others have commented you get a plastic kind of smell when you first run it but that seems to be going away! Bought this to help run several different air tools to help with the restoration of a 1955 Chevy I am working on!
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                    Powerful enough to to its job !
                    Powerful enough to to its job !
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                    All in all, the Compressor works as it should. Not too noisy at all. But, it takes an extended am...
                    All in all, the Compressor works as it should. Not too noisy at all. But, it takes an extended amount of time to build pressure until it cuts itself off. Never have I seen it actually build to 175#'s to the gauge on the compressor. Air pressure to the tool side (nothing connected) only reaches 150#'s. The picture I provided shows the pressure that it cut off at. 168#'s. Unless the gauge is faulty, it never gets to 175#'s. Sometimes it doesn't get to 160#'s before it automatically shuts off.
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