Atlas® Air Force AF7 Two Stage 5 HP 220 Volt Single Phase 80 Gallon

Air Compressor w/Mag Starter

Product Code: #ATAF7
$1,745.00
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$1,745.00
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This is our entry level commercial grade two stage vertical air compressor. This unit operates between 140 and 175 PSI. The Atlas® AF7 will run the SBC 420 sandblast cabinet (when used with #8 or #10 glass beads). The combination of the commercial grade low RPM motor and heavy duty 3 cylinder (2 cylinders are low pressure and one cylinder is high pressure) cast iron reciprocating air compressor pump delivers an incredible amount of air volume and air pressure for a very low price.



The Atlas® Air Force air compressors are powerful, belt driven reciprocating air compressors designed and built to offer years of trouble-free service. The Atlas® Air Force shop compressor is built to the same exacting standards as the entire line of Atlas® professional grade automotive equipment sold at Greg Smith Equipment Sales.


Atlas® Air Force AF7 Specifications
Motor Running5.0 Horsepower
Delivered-CFM 100PSI15.0
Delivered-CFM 175PSI14.0
Pressure Setting145 lb. - 175 lb.
Tank Capacity80 Gal.
Air Outlet Size½" NPT
Overall DimensionsL 24" x W 24" x H 65 7/8"
Shipping Weight485 LBS.
Motor Voltage230VAC 1PH 60Hz 23AMPS
Compressor PumpCK40 3 Cylinder 2 Stage
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Atlas® Air Force Manual2 MB11Download
Atlas® Air Force AF7 Parts List297 KB5Download

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Let me start out by saying you not only buy the the compressor, you get awesome support that you aren't going to get elsewhere. That being said, I will never be able to put this thing to the test because i have bought way more than I'll probably ever need, but if I ever grow to that point I'll be ready. Mine had no leaks and oil ready to wire. As far as noise goes, I'd say it is quieter than my little 2hp pump that I've been using for tires for 10yrs. Other than that, time will have to tell. Luckily, being in a home garage, nothing happens to be broke at the moment. Have some brand spanking new tools that are just waiting to get dirty though. Again, hats off to Justin, Travis and the rest of the crew, y'all rock!