Stanley 24Ltr Air Compressor with 5 Piece Accessory Kit - 1/3rd off £99.99 Screwfix
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Stanley 24Ltr Air Compressor with 5 Piece Accessory Kit - 1/3rd off £99.99 Screwfix

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Found 6th Nov 2013
Stanley 24Ltr Air Compressor with 5 Piece Accessory Kit - 1/3rd off (save £50)

Lightweight and portable compressor for long term performance. Features easy-start motor, anti-vibration foot, easy-adjust regulator and easy drain valve. Suitable for DIY and light trade applications. Supplied with spiral hose, blow gun, inflating gun, gravity spray gun and a spray nozzle gun.

•1.5hp Oil-Free Motor
•180Ltr/min Free Air Delivery
•Max. Pressure 8bar
•Oil-Free Lubrication
•Quick-Release Brass Air Coupling
•Compatible with All Stanley Air Tools
•Effortless Inflation of Tyres
• Balls & Airbeds

Product contents:
8216035SCR011, 5m spiral hose, blow gun, inflating gun, gravity spray gun, spray nozzle gun and 2 x wheels.

Specifications:
230V. Duty: intermittent load. L x W x H: 336 x 308 x 334mm. Weight 9.94kg.

Best thing I ever bought for my home workshop, and great for doing the car and cycle tyres !

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Original Poster

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Edited by: "money-talks" 6th Nov 2013

Any idea if this is any good for car spraying?

Prodigy

Any idea if this is any good for car spraying?



I was thinking that myself - I think its probably ok for small repairs - I don't think its any good for a full spray job tho, but then I could be wrong

Should be OK for a full paint job but you would probably have to stop quite often to let the compressor catch up and allow the motor to cool down, be better off with a 50 litre plus for big jobs.

Dufus74

Should be OK for a full paint job but you would probably have to stop … Should be OK for a full paint job but you would probably have to stop quite often to let the compressor catch up and allow the motor to cool down, be better off with a 50 litre plus for big jobs.



agree Stanley and air compressor? I wonder who's make compressor is?
Specifications:
230V. Duty: intermittent load.
seems like not the best option for often use

These small compressors are not really up to the job of spraying a full car unless you did a panel at the time. I have the Aldi equivalent of this and it's ok for tyres and small spray jobs but not enough cfm for say sand blasting or to run air tools. You can buy gravity fed smart repair spray guns on ebay for about £10 which will work ok with small compressors like this.

please expire deal as just checked and showing full price again online.

Original Poster

GundaBob

please expire deal as just checked and showing full price again online.



Er no it's still the same offer price online £99.99

Apologies, yes you're right. I was looking at another model. Shall be more careful...thanks.

Does anybody know the wattage please as I wanna run this off of a 12v to 240v inverter in my van? Thanks in advance

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dsfchippy

Does anybody know the wattage please as I wanna run this off of a 12v to … Does anybody know the wattage please as I wanna run this off of a 12v to 240v inverter in my van? Thanks in advance



Wow a reply to a thread that's over 14 months old !

I looked at the online manual and is says 1.5hp / 1100watts, electric motors can draw six times their running current at startup, so 4.5amps running and potentially 27amps for a short time, but this means any inverter would have to be very large to provide enough to start it. I would think you need a petrol compressor instead
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