Two wheel twin tank
Engine: Honda GX-240
Displacement (cc): 242
Engine RPM: 3450
Fuel Capacity (gallons): 1.59
Oil Capacity (quarts): 1.16
Ignition System: Transistorized Magneto
Tank (gallons): 16
Number of Cylinders: 2
CFM @ 90 psi: 17.3
CFM @ 100 psi: 17.0
CFM @ 125 psi: 16.6
Approximate Tool Weight (lbs): 215
Dimensions (L x W x H) (in): 44 x 24 x 32
These units include standard features such as:
Flat-free tires that perform exactly as pneumatic tires, but without the hassle
Splash-lubricated pump with cast iron cylinders for longer life
Ball bearing crankshaft
Initial oil fill provided in crankcase
Oil-level site glass (provided on all models, except the J103- models)
Oversized flywheel for efficient cooling
Automotive-style bearing inserts on connecting rods or one-piece rod
3/8" Discharge port
Completely enclosed one-piece belt guard with expanded metal for increased air flow to reduce discharge temperatures
Heavy-duty 3/16" deck with belt tightener
High-flow Norgren regulator and 2" gauge
1/4" Drain valves
130 psi operating pressure
Idle-down throttle control to reduce fuel consumption
J-Air is a wholly owned subsidiary of CFM Air, Incorporated. We officially opened our doors for business in 2004. The company may be new to the industry, but this does not mean that our company does not provide superior air compressor products for your dollar.
The team at J-Air has many years experience in the air compressor industry, so you can expect only quality products from J-Air.
Our facility is located in rural west central Pennsylvania, within miles of the city of Johnstown. Each of our air compressors is proudly designed, assembled, thoroughly tested, and shipped from within the USA.
Currently, J-Air is concentrating on hand carry and wheeled portable air compressors. We have a great variety of pumps, motors, engines, and tank sizes on our compressors, and our line is still growing. In the near future, we hope to expand our line to include sprinkler systems, and other specialty units.
Fri Jul 27, 2007 08:24:58 PM
"i have an emglo robin9hp g pump, on a 17 gallon tank, and compared to the j-air j114h8-16p, it doesn't come close. its lighter to transport around our jobsite, and alot easier to start up with the j-air pump. plus, thanks to the factory settings, there's no problem keeping up with our nailers and sanders."
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