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The Husky Air Compressor L13HPD is a portable air compressor, primarily designed for use in home DIY projects, automotive tasks, and small construction work where compressed air is necessary. Manufactured by Husky Tools, this device is designed to be a reliable source of compressed air.
The Husky Air Compressor L13HPD comes equipped with a 2 HP engine and a 6-gallon tank, delivering 5.7 SCFM at 90 PSI, with a maximum pressure of 135 PSI. It is a corded electric device requiring 120V and 15A. The oil-lubricated pump ensures a smooth operation, while the aluminum twin cylinder pump with cast iron sleeves contributes to its durability. The device features an oil sight glass for easy oil level checks and an oil drain valve for maintenance. It also has rubber feet to minimize vibration. Application-wise, it can be used for powering air tools, inflating tires and sports equipment, blowing off debris, painting, and airbrushing. Its 6-gallon tank capacity makes it suitable for tools that are used intermittently. Furthermore, its portable size allows easy transportation around a garage, job site, or home workshop. With 2 HP and a maximum PSI of 135, it can supply enough air power for most common air tools.
- Model Number: L13HPD
- Product Type: Air Compressor
- Power: 2 HP
- Tank Size: 6 Gallon
- Air Delivery: 5.7 SCFM at 90 PSI
- Maximum Pressure: 135 PSI
- Power Source: Corded Electric
- Voltage: 120V
- Amperage: 15A
- Pump Type: Oil-lubricated
- Noise Level: 78 dBA
- Dimensions: 20 x 19 x 40 inches
- Weight: 82 lbs
The Husky Air Compressor L13HPD comes with a 2-year limited warranty. This warranty is designed to cover any defects that might occur in the materials or workmanship of the product. However, it's important to note that this warranty does not extend to cover normal wear items like air filters. If you need to claim the warranty, you should contact Husky Tools' customer service. They will guide you through the process, which may involve providing proof of purchase, describing the issue, and potentially returning the defective unit for inspection.