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Latest revision as of 19:41, 6 January 2018

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Type 60-gallon air compressor
Make/Model Campbell Hausfeld ??
Serial number ??
Original owner Byron Hynes
Loan status Long-term loan, with agreement pending
Arrival date 2015-12-06
Location Metal shop, next to the bench under the giant metal shelves
Functional status Working
Usage permissions Open to members
Certification None
Wiki ID 110


Specifications

The specifications of the compressor
The type plate of the compressor's tank
  • Power: 7 HP
  • Capacity: 60 gallons
  • Max pressure: 125 PSI
  • Air delivery rate: 10.3 SCFM @ 90 PSI

Documents

The large project tag on the compressor, 2015-12-06–2015-12-31

History

This compressor, along with the yellow 80-gallon compressor, replaces Kyle Paavola's 80-gallon air compressor, which was removed on 2015-12-02.

This compressor was offered by Byron on 2015-12-06 for either long-term loan or purchase by Protospace. Some members objected to any more equipment being brought in on a loan basis and insisted that everything must be owned by Protospace from now on. However, nobody assessed its value or made any proposal for Protospace to purchase it from Byron, so it has gone forward as a loan. Byron has indicated he'd like to have an agreement with Protospace if this compressor is to stay as a loan, but that has not been done as of 2016-01-01.

Several members stepped up to install parts and do maintenance necessary to start using this compressor, as detailed in the admin list thread linked in the Documents section.