Parkside Air Compressor PKO 270 A1 £50 @ Lidl - ALLOA - HotUKDeals
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PARKSIDE Compressor PKO 270 A1

I think is a good bargain for £50 to buy one.
I think is a "Local" deal, located in ALLOA Lidl Store

Technical data:

Mains connection: 230 V ~ 50 Hz
Motor rating kW: 1.8 kW
Mode of operation S1
Compressor speed min-1: 2850
Operating pressure bar: max. 8
Pressure vessel capacity (in liters): 24
Theoretical suction power l/min.: approx. 270
Sound power level LWA in dB: 94
KWA uncertainty 4 dB
Protection type: IP20
Weight of the unit in kg: 26,5
Oil (15W 40) 0.3 l

Less than half a dozen left on pallet when I bought mine on 04/01/2014.

Thanks.
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#1
Need to fix the link.
#2
That's my local, will check it out- cheers!
#3
These small compressors are ok for tyre inflating or spraying using a small smart repair type spray gun. They do not have the umph for other air tools like sand blasters or air shears. Great value at £50 as usual Aldi/Lidl price is £99.
#4
Love these medium size compressors, cheaper than a specific compressor for my modelling air brush :) Good job I don't need it to inflate lifting bags or else it would of little use :)
#5
Nearly ordered one from screwfix earlier for £100.

Cheers
#6
Rhead
Love these medium size compressors, cheaper than a specific compressor for my modelling air brush :) Good job I don't need it to inflate lifting bags or else it would of little use :)
You'll need a moisture trap when painting, which will probably cost half as much again! Though still cheaper than a modelling compressor I imagine
#7
Would this be powerful enough to clean out pc cases fans ect
#8
RedRain
Would this be powerful enough to clean out pc cases fans ect

8 bar is over 100 psi, so would deliver some good air pressure through the right nozzle, although not for long (24 ltr)..

I'd say would be fine,
#9
#10
CurlyBen
Rhead
Love these medium size compressors, cheaper than a specific compressor for my modelling air brush :) Good job I don't need it to inflate lifting bags or else it would of little use :)
You'll need a moisture trap when painting, which will probably cost half as much again! Though still cheaper than a modelling compressor I imagine

But which fool around here would use a compressor, for any application if they value their tools, without a moisture trap, non I would guess ..... pick one up for less than £10 :)
#11
Only ever had experience with a Hydrovane back in the day for blowing swarf out of the connectors on mainframe channel cables.
We moved on much, are these quiet?

Edited By: Bad Actor on Jan 05, 2014 19:46
#12
mxer450
RedRain
Would this be powerful enough to clean out pc cases fans ect

8 bar is over 100 psi, so would deliver some good air pressure through the right nozzle, although not for long (24 ltr)..

I'd say would be fine,
Thanks been looking into one to clean out computer ect
#13
Rhead
CurlyBen
Rhead
Love these medium size compressors, cheaper than a specific compressor for my modelling air brush :) Good job I don't need it to inflate lifting bags or else it would of little use :)
You'll need a moisture trap when painting, which will probably cost half as much again! Though still cheaper than a modelling compressor I imagine

But which fool around here would use a compressor, for any application if they value their tools, without a moisture trap, non I would guess ..... pick one up for less than £10 :)
I've seen a few paint jobs where a moisture trap hasn't been used so thought it was worth mentioning!

RedRain
mxer450
RedRain
Would this be powerful enough to clean out pc cases fans ect

8 bar is over 100 psi, so would deliver some good air pressure through the right nozzle, although not for long (24 ltr)..

I'd say would be fine,
Thanks been looking into one to clean out computer ect

You'll probably want to turn the pressure down quite a long way (there should be a regulator directly before the outlet) as blowing dust out doesn't need much pressure, but does need plenty of volume. It'll work fine at higher pressure, but the pump will cut in much more often and it will be noisy
#14
Thanks for the reply will try and get one tomoz
#15
Would this be powerful with air gun for car bolt/nuts removal?
#16
I would say probably not. You need to look at the cfm required by each air tool. My Aldi 24l compressor claims to be 7cfm, but it constantly stops to refill. Not sure what the cfm on this Lidl one is.

They are very, very noisy. Good job it doesn't run for long as I think my neighbours would go nuts if I ran it all day.

They often have the moisture traps on sale at the same time as the compressors, or you can usually get them from Machine Mart or ebay.
#17
I have a same spec one from screwfix and it's not good enough to spray paint medium/large items.
I tried to paint some wood panels but the motor kept on running and the pressure dropping.
I successfully painted small items like cast iron door accessories and flywheel cover on my vespa.
#18
I have checked the store just 20 minutes ago and they were all gone. Hope that somebody got a good bargain like me. Marked as "EXPIRED" . Thanks.

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