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Dewalt 6 Gallon Air Compressor Review

Every man or woman who spends a lot of time working in the garage or shop needs to have an air compressor. But what about when you leave the house and have projects on the road? What will you do then? Dewalt has the solution in a pancake compressor (DWFP55126, 6-gallon 165 psi). It delivers 2.6 SCFM with a 90 psi pump. Scfm stands for “standard cubic feet per minute”.

Dewalt 6 Gallon Air Compressor

Dewalt 6 Gallon Air Compressor

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 In layman’s terms, it allows the pressure and temperature of the air to remain constant. The noise level you can expect from the dwfp55126 6 gallon air compressor is 75.5 dBA (decibel level). For comparison, a jet engine at 100 ft has a level of 140. You can expect some pain to begin when the noise level reaches 125.

Luckily for you, a vacuum cleaner’s dBA is 75, which is much, much closer to the level you can expect from the Dewalt air compressor 6 gallon tank. You don’t need to worry about maintenance because the pump doesn’t require oil. This also means that you can expect a longer life-span.

The Dewalt DWFP55126 air compressor has a high-flow rate for better performance. When it’s time to drain the tank, there is a quick and easy ball drain valve. The controls are protected by a console cover, which can be easily removed when repairs are needed. There are two universal couplers on the DWFP55126, which allows two users to be hooked up to the air compressor.

Pros

+30 lb for easy transporting
+Maximized performance via high-flow regulator/couplers
+Two users can be hooked up the tank at the same time

Verdict

There are many reasons to be impressed with the Dewalt DWFP55126 6-gallon 165 psi air compressors. For being such a small size, they pack a great deal of power. People who review the Dewalt DWFP55126 say that, if you’re doing small jobs, this tank is perfect. It works wonderfully for nail guns and blowing up tires.

However, if you’re trying to do big jobs with big tools, it won’t provide enough power, and the juice won’t last long enough to get what you need from it. This air compressor is designed to make sure that the outlet tube won’t be a tripping/catch hazard. The 6-gallon 165 psi pancake compressor from Dewalt even protects your floors from marring caused by the legs by covering them with rubber.

A Brand To Trust

In today’s world, you just can’t trust everything you read and everything you see. That’s why you should be informed about the brand that makes the product you’re interested in. For example, when deciding which of the many 6 gallon air compressors on the market you’d like to bring home, figure out which brand you trust the most. A Dewalt 6 gallon compressor will stand out from certain other brands.

This is because Dewalt is a company that has been in business since 1923. Raymond Dewalt, who invented the radial arm saw, started this company, and it quickly grew successful. Since 1947, the company has switched hands a couple of times. But one thing that has never changed is the brand’s commitment to quality and value.

Even though the company was in new hands, the brand name changed to Dewalt in 1992 to respect the founder and history of the brand. Today, the brand sells over 200 handheld power tools and more than 800 accessories, along with hand tools like pliers, wrenches, and hammers. If there’s a brand to trust when it comes to these products, you’ve found it.

Conclusion

If you have done your research on this air compressor, and have come to the conclusion that it will suit your needs, then it will be a great addition to your tool collection. If you need it for the camp, hunting cabin, or on-the-go work, it will prove it’s worth in no time.

If you have two bikes with a flat tire, hook up a hose on each coupler and save time! If you want to get nails put into a project quicker, hook up two nail guns and tackle the job together. This compressor meets all expectations when used as intended. If you have large jobs to do, consider a much larger tank.

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