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The Husky Air Compressor C803H is a mobile air compressor produced by Husky Tools. The product is developed for various uses such as powering pneumatic tools and inflating car and bike tires in various environments like homes, workshops, and automotive settings. The unit is powered by an electric corded motor with a power rating of 1.5 HP, 120V, 12A. The product hosts a tank with a capacity of 3 gallons and can deliver a maximum pressure of 135 PSI. The air delivery rate of this compressor is estimated at 2.0 SCFM at 90 PSI. The product also includes an oil-lubricated pump.
The design of the Husky Air Compressor C803H incorporates convenience and mobility, featuring a portable upright design with wheels and a handle for easy transport. Quick connect air couplers are included in the design for the efficient inflation of tires and powering air tools. The product also provides both regulated and unregulated air pressure outlets. An automatic shut-off feature is included which triggers when the maximum PSI is reached, while thermal overload protection is also incorporated into the design. Additional features include an air hose and carry handle. The dimensions of this compressor are 17 x 17 x 18 inches and it weighs 32 lbs.
- Power source: Electric corded
- Motor: 1.5 HP, 120V, 12A
- Tank capacity: 3 gallon
- Max pressure: 135 PSI
- Air delivery: 2.0 SCFM @ 90 PSI
- Pump: Oil-lubricated
- Power cord length: 6 ft
- Dimensions: 17 x 17 x 18 inches
- Weight: 32 lbs
The Husky Air Compressor C803H comes with a 2-year limited warranty. This warranty covers any defects in both materials and workmanship that may arise under normal use of the product. However, there may be some limitations on what the warranty covers, so it's important to understand these before making a claim. In order to claim the warranty, you may need to contact the manufacturer, provide details about the defect, and possibly return the product for inspection. It's always best to speak directly with the manufacturer or consult your product manual for the most accurate information on how to claim your warranty.