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2.6 Gal. 2 HP Portable Electrical Hot Dog Air Compressor

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  • Professional grade, oil-lubed compressor for long life
  • Powerful 2 HP 4-pole motor produces 3.3 CFM at 90 psi
  • Highly rated compressor for overall performance. (see reviews)
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Product Details

Makita portable air compressor with nail gun and hose

Built Better​

Built better so you can build better, Big Bore Compressors have a faster recovery and lower RPM for reduced noise.​

Makita Big Bore air compressors for air tools

Commercial-Duty Air Compressors​

Makita Big Bore Air Compressors feature a larger piston and cylinder, so they compress more air on each stroke.​

compress more air per stroke for maximum performance with Makita

Efficient

Compressors equipped with a Big Bore piston compress more air on each stroke and offer higher CFMs.​

Makita electric air compressor with oil lubricated pumps

Low Maintenance​

Direct-drive pumps are designed for heavy-duty use, with less maintenance and longer tool life.​

small, silent air compressor with powerful CFM delivery

Power

Big Bore Compressors are powerful enough to run multiple nailers.​

portable Makita air compressor with durable cast iron cylinders

Performance​

The air compressors are equipped with pumps and motors engineered for superior performance and fast recovery.​

professional air compressor with induction motors, level handl ball valves, oil sight glasses, and automotive style industrial air filters

Full of Features​

Other features include induction motors, lever handle ball valves and industrial air filters.​

Hot dog Big Bore commercial air compressor for shop use, air tools, auto air tools

MAC5501G​

The 5.5 Big Bore Gas Air Compressor has 10-gallon twin tanks for multiple nailers.​

MAC5200 Makita Big Bore twin stack air compressor

MAC5200​

The 3.0 HP Big Bore Air Compressor produces 6.5 CFM at 90 PSI for increased performance. ​

AN924 round head framing nailer for use with Makita high cfm, horizontal compressor

AN924​

The 21° Full Round Head 3-1/2” Framing Nailer has a fast nail driving speed for maximum performance.​

AN454 Makita roofing coil nailer for use with quiet, portable air compressor

AN454​

The 1-3/4" Roofing Coil Nailer features an easy, one-step adjustable canister system for faster, precise nail loading.​

MAC2400 gas, twin stack air compressor for shop, home

MAC2400

The 2.5 HP Big Bore Air Compressor with a 4-Pole motor produces 4.2 CFM at 90 PSI. ​

MAC700 Makita gas twin stack air compressor with 4 pole motor

MAC700​

The 2.0 HP Big Bore Air Compressor with a 4-Pole motor produces 3.3 CFM at 90 PSI. ​

Makita 2.0 HP Air Compressor (MAC700) is equipped with Makita Big Bore engineered pump cylinder and piston for higher output, less noise and improved jobsite performance. The MAC700 delivers industrial power and results with improved durability for tough job site conditions. The MAC700 is powered by a 2.0 HP motor. The Makita Big Bore engineered pump with cast iron cylinder has greater bore and stroke for increased compression, faster recovery and less noise.
  • Low noise, low amp draw and high output
  • Cast iron pump with big bore cylinder and piston is engineered to provide faster recovery time for improved performance
  • Powerful 2 HP 4-pole motor produces 3.3 CFM at 90 psi for increased productivity
  • Pump runs at lower RPM (1,730) resulting in lower noise (80 dB) and improved pump durability
  • Low amperage draw reduces incidences of tripped breakers at start-up
  • Pump is oil-lubricated for cooler running temperatures and reduced wear
  • Roll-bar handle for portability and additional protection
  • Large automotive style industrial air filter for increased air intake and greater efficiency
  • Durable cast iron cylinder reduces wear and increases pump life, removable for easy maintenance
  • Oil sight glass for fast, easy and efficient maintenance
  • Lever handle ball valve - tank drain valve improves upon standard petcock design for easier maintenance
  • Built-in thermal overload for additional motor protection
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Questions & Answers

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Q:The Product Overview says "low amp draw". Anyone know what the amp draw is? Thanks!
by|Jan 17, 2022
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A:  12.4 AMP at maximum pressure.

by|Jan 17, 2022
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    Q:What is the coupler style that comes on this unit? Example..Milton V style. Also is it 1/4 or 3/8?
    by|Jul 2, 2020
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    A:  There wasn't a mark on the coupler but I was already planning to replace it with a Milton M style safety coupler, which I did. I'm an old diesel mechanic used to air hoses coming out fast from the coupler when released, but being neither fast or agile anymore I did this a safety precaution. The connection on the compressor is 1/4" NPT female.

    by|Jul 31, 2020

      A:  Thank you for your question. The MAC700 2.0 HP* Big Bore™ Air Compressor includes a 1/4" Universal Quick Coupler, Male (447013-E).

      by|Jul 16, 2020
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        Q:I purchased a new unit, and it leaks a very small amount of air. It cannot be heard, but the uni...
        by|Dec 20, 2019
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        A:  This should not occur. If you have a hose and air tool connected to it remove them and see if it holds air. If so, then it is one of your connections or your hose that is leaking and you will need to re-seal it. If it continues to lose air with nothing connected then you may have a faulty regulator or pressure gauge in which case you will need to return the unit for service.

        by|Dec 21, 2019

          A:  Thank you for your question. We recommend you contact your local Service Center. You can find the local Factory Authorized Service Center by calling 1-(800)4-MAKITA, or at the “Services” link at www.makitatools.com.

          by|Jan 4, 2020
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            Q:Will it inflate truck tires?
            by|Oct 22, 2019
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            A:  Yes, it will inflate truck tires.

            by|Oct 23, 2019

              A:  Up to about 65-70 psi it's fine after 70 psi it struggles and after 80 psi it's dead despite 90 psi rating. If you need 70 psi or more look for a compressor with a higher rating.

              by|Dec 20, 2019
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                A:  Thank you for your question. The MAC700 2.0 HP* Big Bore™ Air Compressor delivers 3.3 CFM at 90 PSI. Please check the requirements of your tires to ensure the effectiveness.

                by|Oct 23, 2019
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                  Customer Reviews

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                  So we’ll made so useful
                  I was wise enough to stay away from the so-called oilless designs. I bought this because it uses real oil lubricate a very well-made cylinder and it is powered by a very well-made electric motor.. I bought it to run a small paint sprayer but it is so quiet and so useful that I use it every day: I keep it in my living room by my couch because it is so quiet and so useful every day. I sprayed my glasses down with Windex rinse them off with water and blow the pocket lint out of my 9mm magazine.
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                    Poor quality control. Leaky exhaust valve
                    1. Less than 2 years old at time of failure 2. Suddenly Ran continuously while smelling burning hot and not building full pressure. 3. Took head assembly off and noted misaligned exhaust reed valve causing continuous leak , poor pressure build up and self heating. Clearly a QA issue. 4. Replaced with new valve assembly that has similar offset but not as bad. 5. Had bought hitachi compressor before I got time to debug and repair mac700.
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                      Awesome air compressor! Very quiet and refills quick. Love how compact it is.
                      Awesome air compressor! Very quiet and refills quick. Love how compact it is.
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                      Just did the break in and did some air nailing with it. Very nicely made and easy to operate. I...
                      Just did the break in and did some air nailing with it. Very nicely made and easy to operate. I do recommend that you have some sort of cart to move it long distances. No problem lifting it on and off a cart but (at least for me) it's a bit hefty to walk with. I'm very happy with the noise level when it's operating and the pressure controls and meters are excellent.
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                      Ordered this compressor online from HD, it arrived 1 week later, no damage. After break-in the co...
                      Ordered this compressor online from HD, it arrived 1 week later, no damage. After break-in the compressor had an air leak, the pressure switch would cycle on after 15 minutes of no use. Sprayed soapy water but no leak could be found or heard. I can live with this . The compressor stays in my garage, never left out in the weather. After the warranty expired the compressor would not build over 60 psi, it just stayed running. So I took the compressor head off to find both the inlet and exhaust plates bad. This is where it gets interesting, The owners manual shows the unit assembly and part numbers so I ordered the parts for the compressor rebuild. Everything except the inlet seat is correct. I sent back the wrong seat 3 times then called a Mikita Authorized Service Center. They could not figure out why I kept getting the wrong part. I took the inlet seat to work and re-built the reed and seat myself. I also found my air leak, the tank check valve was not sealing correctly. I took this to work and machined the brass seat correctly. Reassembled the compressor and now it fills faster then new. It also holds air for four days before the pressure switch kicks on. Now I have the compressor I wanted when I bought it.
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                        I bought this with high expectations to power a floor nailer, and it didn't let me down. Not once...
                        I bought this with high expectations to power a floor nailer, and it didn't let me down. Not once did I have to put work on hold so that the tank could fill. It is solid, well-built, and super quiet. One can easily talk over it even if it is right next to the conversation. The tank fills up quickly. It will go from completely empty to full in about 1 minute 45 seconds and will fill a partial tank in 30 seconds. It is a bit heavy and top-heavy at that. So, if you plan on hauling this around it needs to be tied down. Makita (usually) makes fantastic tools and this is no exception. Very happy with this purchase.
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                        MAC 700 Compressor Review
                        I purchased this ship to store, delivered on time to Home Depot. I got it on sale for $175. This is a solidly built unit, weighing around 50 pounds. Another reviewer had posted excellent set up and break-in instructions which are better than the ones included. There are several helpful online videos as well. Remove temporary white oil filler cap. Fill the oil only to the red dot on the clear oil level indicator. Install black filler cap. Do not over tighten and do not use thread tape. Install the silver air filter, using thread tape. Open the air valve at the bottom of the tank all the way, run for 20 minutes and you are done! I changed out the oil as it was a bit dirty afterwards. The unit comes up to pressure quickly via the big bore 2 HP motor, and is much quieter than non-oiled compressors. It takes about a minute to get to 130 PSI. I use it mostly for filling the tires on my boat trailer, as an air blower and it works great. I always empty the tank when done. It has a 2.6 gallon tank, so it’s not really suited for high volume air tools, but it is perfect for someone that needs a quality unit that does not take up much space. It fits on the bottom shelf under my work bench. A 50 foot air hose reaches everything. Over all, this is a great unit. My only minor issue was when I went to go pick it up, the clerk brought it out with the box upside down. This caused some left over oil from factory testing to leak past the temporary oil filler plug and it got under the motor cover. Otherwise the unit came in perfect condition.
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                        Makita MAC700
                        Great size and performs well at only 6% of the duty cycle. Very quite and easy to operate.
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                        Awesome little WORK HORSE
                        For pumping up tires, blowing off work items, to running air guns, this unit can't be beat!
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                        SO quiet, and full of power for almost any construction job.
                        This little guy has a TON of power, and purrs with a nice easy rumble. I have owned at least 5 of the popular pancake compressors over the years, and aside from literally scaring my customers, I was tired of putting them in the closet because the sound was deafening and causing me unneeded stress. A quiet compressor was what I wanted most, and this Makita does not disappoint. It can run my hardwood nailer and 2 pinners at the same time (with a splitter not included) all day long every day. Max psi seems to be about 120, so the only thing it does not do well is a roofing nailer. Other tradesmen will stop and comment on how quiet it is, and you can even have a conversation over it. My only complaint is that it's a bit on the heavy side, and the feet leave black marks on the floor underneath. Just be sure to put something under it. Not a deal breaker. This is still the best compressor I've owned, and I'd buy it again. I put a water filter on mine and be sure to change the oil when needed (once every 9 months or so).
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                        Power SourceElectricElectricElectricElectric
                        Application UseBlow Cleaning,Brad Nailing/Stapling,Finish Nailing,Hobby Nailing,Hobby Painting,TrimBrad Nailing/Stapling,Finish Nailing,Hobby Nailing,TrimFinish Nailing,Framing NailingBlow Cleaning,Brad Nailing/Stapling,Finish Nailing,Hobby Nailing,Hobby Painting,Trim
                        Lubrication TypeOil-LubricatedOil FreeOil FreeOil-Lubricated
                        Compressor Tank Capacity (Gallons)2.6 gal3 gal4.5 gal2.6 gal
                        Air Delivery SCFM @ 90PSI3.32.65.13.3
                        Maximum Pressure (psi)130 psi135 psi200 psi130 psi
                        Compressor TypeTrimTrimFraming & RoofingTrim
                        Tank StyleHot DogHot DogHorizontalHot Dog
                        Voltage (v)120v120v120v120v
                        THD SO SKU 1002225009
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