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11 Gallon Air Carrying Tank | Campbell Hausfeld KT1100
Campbell Hausfeld KT1100
$39.99 >> $39.59
by Campbell Hausfeld

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Extra-flexible 3' hose with universal locking adapter
Pressure-tested tank holds compressed air for months
Great for inflating car, truck and bike tires, sporting equipment and other recreational equipment in remote areas where a power source is not available
From the Manufacturer
Campbell Hausfeld KT1100. 11 Gallon Air Carry Tank.

Product Description
Airtight tank holds compressed air for months Models include: Air shut-off gage. Pressure gage. 3' Hose. Universal adaptor. Inflation nozzle and needle.

Campbell Hausfeld KT1100 reviews (1)
Works as advertised
I've had one of these Campbell Hausfeld tanks for many years, to carry compressed air outside to work on lawn equipment.

Pros:

- For low air-volume applications, or when you need decent pressure for a short while, it works just fine. It's purpose is to have compressed air on a small job (or tire-filling), where there is no electricity.

Cons:

- After filling the tank (125 psi to 175 psi, depending on your air compressor), pressure will quickly drop below 80 psi once you start using it. So, this tank is only practical for air tool use of very short duration - e.g., an air ratchet wrench to remove a handful of bolts/nuts. Air tools just don't work [well] with insufficient pressure. In fact, with 11 gallons of pressurized air, this tank is only useful for small air-volume applications, regardless of pressure needed. Of course, the tank can be refilled as needed, but that gets tiresome.

With no electricity nearby, options include: this tank, a long extension cord, or a long air hose. Otherwise, any air compressor would be a better choice, since air volume at pressure, will be unlimited. (Of course, the cheapest tank air compressors cost around $100.)
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