120-Gallon Two Stage Electric Simplex - ADS-23110-120H

Limited Warranties:
  • 1 Year Electric Motor
  • 2 Year Pump Exchange

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ADS-23110-120H

ADS Series – 10.0 HP Simplex Horizontal

The horizontal 120-gallon air compressors can be installed in service shops where compressed air is a required utility. Powerful and efficient, they are designed to maximize production.

Compressor Pump: Splash lubricated · Stainless-steel braided discharge hose · Large canister intake filter · Oil lever sight indicator

Motor: Industrial low RPM motor · Magnetic start for thermal overload protection

Frame: Powder coated ASME coded 120-gallon receiver tank · 3/16-inch base plate to reduce vibration · Totally enclosed powder coated belt guard

Components: ASME safety valves · Tank pressure gauge · Hour meter · Large fly wheel · Tank shut-off valve · Intake filter/silencer

Other Models Available:
ADS-20310-120H 200V, 30.8A, 3 Phase
ADS-23310-120H 230V, 26.8A, 3 Phase
ADS-46310-120H 460V, 13.4A, 3 Phase

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Specifications

  • CFM @ 175

    34.2

  • Horsepower/Motor

    10.0 HP, 230V, 1Ø, 39.0A

  • Pump RPM

    990

  • Compressor

    Two Stage, Cast Iron

  • Tank Size

    120 gallon

  • Bolt Down (LxW)

    34.5 x 23.5 in.

Weights & Dimensions

  • Net Weight

    785.00 lbs.

  • Shipping Weight

    904.00 lbs.

  • Length

    74.00 in.

  • Width

    26.50 in.

  • Height

    58.00 in.

Options

  • IX-0001 Vibration Isolator Pads

    Isolators protect the unit from vibration during use; recommended for models that are mounted in service truck applications

  • IX-0003 After Cooler

    Removes up to 65% of the moisture from discharged compressor air and drops the temperature within 10° of ambient

  • IX-0006 Electric Tank Drain

    Automatically drains liquid from compressor tank

  • IX-0032 Pneumatic Tank Drain

    Automatically drains liquid from compressor tank

  • IX-0036 Low Oil Monitor

    Low oil sensor does not allow unit to start when oil levels fall below an adequate level