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Chicago Pneumatic Portable Single-Stage Gas Air Compressor Parts - RCP-6030

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RCP-6030 - Portable Single-Stage Gas Air Compressor Parts

Chicago Pneumatic
Brand: Chicago Pneumatic
Model: RCP-6030

Description:

Repair Parts for the Chicago Pneumatic model RCP-6030 Portable Single-Stage Gas Air Compressor

Product Specifications

B3800 Pump specs:
  • 7.41 cfm @ 100 psi w/ 5 HP motor
  • 3 - 5 HP
  • Min RPM 700 Max RPM 1400
  • Max Pressure 130 psi
  • 13.78"
  • Bore 2.36
  • Stroke 1.97
  • Belt A-1
  • Weight 24 lbs
  • 13.00 L x 11.38 W x 13.56
  • Bolt Footprint 7.44" Side to Side 5.62" Front to Back
  • Oil capacity 1qt 12 oz.
Extra Details

Standard break-in procedure:
 
1. Open drain tap
 
2. Turn on compressor for about 10 to 15 min.
 
3. Let it cool for 15 to 20 min.
 
4. Close drain tap.
 
5. Run air compressor until unit turns off by itself.
 
6. Ready for use.
Extras

We have your Chicago Pneumatic RCP-6030 parts here. Whether you need a pilot valve, throttle control or a whole new pump, we have your parts. Don't forget the rubber isolator pads for floor mounting. Chicago Pneumatic RCP-6030 parts are easy to come by at Master Tool Repair. We have helpful sales team members that can assist you with your repair. We have accessories as well as compressor oil to keep your pump running like a top. We keep the most popular Chicago Pneumatic RCP-6030 parts in stock and we can order most other parts in a matter of a few days. To make ordering easier, we have created the ability for you to order parts by simply enlarging the schematic and then using your mouse to hover over the actual part. You will see the part pop up and are able to order by simply choosing the quantity of parts that you need. Make sure to keep spare parts on hand so that your down time will be minimal. Oil and air filters should be replaced every 3 to 4 months if used frequently, twice a year if not. Even if you're not using your compressor, drain your tank regularly to prevent rust.

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