IMPAX ZBW60B/2-24 24Ltr Compressor 230V @ screwfix was £89.99 now £79.99 - HotUKDeals
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Powerful yet compact oil-free compressor with high air delivery rate, improving the continuous performance of all accessories. Highly reliable, low noise and vibration design. Suitable for spraying, nailing, stapling, drilling, sanding and grinding.

2hp Motor200Ltr/min Free Air DeliveryMax. Pressure 8barOil-Free for No MaintenanceTank & Working Pressure Gauges1 Air Coupling

Product contents:

NAP-ZBW60B/2-24, twin pressure gauge, quick-release couplings and moisture drain.

Further Information

Duty: continuous load. Overall L x W x H: 580 x 310 x 610mm. Weight 21.5kg. Supplied with Female Uni ¼" quick connector. This may need to be changed depending on your preferred Air Tool connection type.




Manufacturer Guarantee

1 years

Model No


Pack Size


Power Voltage Supply

230 V

Product Height

610 mm

Product Length

580 mm

Product Width

310 mm

Total Product Weight

21.5 kg
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Pretty sure it actually uses a 2hp motor just like my Target version did with a oil filled crank. It was loud but worked and blew air so I was happy for what I paid. The included coiled air hose was junk and broke in short order and I never really got all the fittings sealed up well but it worked well enough for what I needed for the money spent.
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I have a similar spec one from Aldi. These size compressors are usually £100-120, so this is a decent price. They are good for inflating tyres, cleaning with air etc. but are not really up to the job of using many tools. For example, I bought the Aldi sand blaster pot that they were selling alongside their compressor, naively thinking the compressor had enough umph to power it - not a chance. You need tools with a very low cfm requirement for a 24l compressor - eg. Will or probably be OK with a smart repair type spraygun but not a traditional one. For advice on how to set up a compressor to get the most power from it, look on forums like the mig welding forum UK.
200lt max free air delivery is equal to 7cfm (that is the piston displacement) in real terms you would get no more than 6cfm. Like as already been said, this would be of little use for spraying/air drills/grinders/impact guns ect. (Most of these tools will give an average air consumption. ......50% of what they really use. So people get duped by pie in the sky marketing jargon into buying a noisey poor perfoming piece of kit).

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