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SIP ISHP8/200 Airmate Industrial Air Compressor - Honda Petrol

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SIP ISHP8/200 Airmate Industrial Air Compressor - Honda Petrol

REF: SIP04458

RRP: £4013.28Save 46%£1,882.24 Saving
Excl. Tax: £1,775.87 Our Price: Incl. Tax: £2,131.04 Inc. VAT

Availability: DELIVERY 1-3 DAYS

  • Manufactured by SIP in Great Britain
  • Quality Construction Exceeds CE Regs
  • Heavy Duty Cast Iron 200 Litre Receiver
  • Oil Lubricated
  • Honda 8 HP Petrol Engine
Description

SIP Airmate Industrial Super Petrol ISHP8/200 with recoil start (or option available for electric start), is a heavy duty 200 litre receiver. This petrol powered Airmate compressor is suitable for industrial use.  Manfactured by SIP, this super quality British made receiver exceeds CE requirements.

Incorporates a high quality 8 HP Honda petrol engine. Automatic unloader valve for safe operation. Large finned cylinder head, balanced cast iron crankshaft, high efficiency industrial air intake filters, stainless steel valves, splash oil lubrication, high capacity flywheel, stainless steel valves and safety valve for worry free operation.

Reciever size : 200 Litres
Motor : 8 HP
Piston Displacement : 20.6 CFM, (584 L/Min)
Free Air Delivery : 15 CFM (425 L/Min)
Maximum Pressure : 150 PSI (10 Bar)
RPM: 1400
Cylinders: 2
Stages : 1
Sound Pressure Level @ 4m : 78 dB(A)
Sound Power Level : 99 LWA
Product Dimensions : (HxWxL) 1450x530x1620 mm
Weight : 160 kgs

Options available with recoil start, or electric start.

*Note: stationary compressors must be fitted with anti vibration mountings.

Additional Information
CE APPROVED Yes
DIMENSIONS PACKAGED (HxWxL) 1450x530x1620 mm
FREE AIR DELIVERY CFM 15 CFM (425 L/Min)
MADE IN GB
PRODUCT ID NO SIP04458
RPM 1400
WEIGHT 174.50 kg
WEIGHT PACKAGED 174.50 kg
Welding Accessories No
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Tips
  • To decide the correct compressor for you, firstly decide on which tools you require to use with the compressor. You then need to look at the free air delivery (FAD) to ensure that the compressor is able to power the tools required. Then the tank size needs to be taken into consideration, a small tank will only give you a few seconds of compressed air which is suitable for a riveter whereas a spray gun will require a continuous air flow needing a larger tank.
  • When sanding or spraying ensure the compressor is as far away as possible to prolongue the life of your machine.
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