Who Makes This Air Compressor

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Who makes this air compressor, and where can I get parts?

While parts supply problems abound for the relatively low cost, home-oriented, fractional or low HP air compressors, there are often real gems of older, industrial air compressors to be found out in the world.

Some of these jewels of air compressors can be had for next to nothing, and the enterprising repair-type person can rebuild and get a real tough industrial air compressor for little or nothing.

But, what if you cannot determine who makes this air compressor? By the same token, if you cannot figure out who makes this compressor, then how do you find any spare parts that may be in storage, in a garage or basement somewhere in the world.

Who Makes This Compressor

That’s what this page is all about. The idea is that someone with an unknown air compressor will post here, along with a good picture of it, and another visitor may recognize the make, maybe even the model and source of the air compressor.

This page is for you to use.

Please do add a picture (or two or three) to your post as it will be very difficult for someone to figure out who makes that air compressor from just a description. Also add any serial numbers, cast numbers, anything that might help someone help you.

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Jenna
Jenna
January 30, 2022 2:15 pm

I am trying to find out the make of this compressor. It has a Newman pump on it.

Been in my barn 22 years so must be very old.

Its huge (about 1.5m long x 1m high)

Is there a common place for a plate on them?

Thanks for any help 🙂

Morey Woods
Morey Woods
January 30, 2022 3:24 am

Can somebody tell me what kind of air pump this is and where I can buy parts I need some rings

BigT
BigT
January 28, 2022 9:53 am

Any idea the manufacture of this compressor? Only markings found is the triangle on the crankcase. it has a 5hp motor on a 60 gal tank.

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BigT
BigT
January 27, 2022 6:00 pm

Need help identifying this compressor. Only mark is the triangle on the crankcase. it has a 5hp motor.

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Marty
Marty
January 1, 2022 6:20 am

Trying to identify this compressor fixing to rebuild or replace

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Allbrant
Allbrant
April 2, 2021 6:00 pm

I have a 5HP 25 Gallon Craftsman compressor. I’ve owned it for more than 25 years. It still runs great but I’m worried that the tank might be too old and rusted inside and might explode. Can I replace just the tank?

Fix My Compressor Moderator
Fix My Compressor Moderator
Reply to  Allbrant
April 2, 2021 6:08 pm

Sure. Try to get one that’s well made and approximately the same gallonage. Doesn’t matter what shape the tank is, as long as you can make all the same connection to the tank, and bolts.

barry
barry
May 11, 2020 2:48 am

i cant figure out who made this air compressor original color was a yellow color serial # is F65043-2 or F65943-2

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Roger
Roger
Reply to  barry
April 8, 2021 10:31 am

This is a Brunner. Looks like it might be a 320

Fix My Compressor Moderator
Fix My Compressor Moderator
Reply to  barry
May 11, 2020 9:59 am

Hope someone recognizes it, Barry. Nice refinish job!

Ed Gribben
Ed Gribben
April 28, 2020 9:42 pm

Trying to find maker & other info on this old unit . Also what type of air filter can I put on it ? Thinking it’s around 1930-40’s piece . Metal tag ( hard to read ), says Steward-Warner , but can’t find any info as such . Closest to it I’ve found was an old Kellog . Runs great ,no leaks , tank seems solid pressures up & holds . Rewired & replaced motor ( that was toast )& changed oil . Total cost was $17.50 ( fairly new Dayton motor $7.50 ; new pulley $10. Love estate sales . Unit was given to me .Any help is greatly appreciated . Thanks Ed

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Bob
Bob
April 11, 2020 2:20 pm

I would like to know who makes Husky C201H 20 Gallon Portable Air Compressor or at least who makes the motor/pump assembly (part #E108560). Thanks

Fix My Compressor Moderator
Fix My Compressor Moderator
Reply to  Bob
April 11, 2020 5:03 pm

Probably provided by Campbell Hausfeld, and also probably made off shore. However, contacting Campbell Hausfeld couldn’t hurt. https://www.campbellhausfeld.com/contact.html

Bob
Bob
Reply to  Fix My Compressor Moderator
April 13, 2020 4:01 pm

On doing further research I found that the manufacturer of this Husky model including the motor/pump assembly is MAT Industries. Thanks.

Sean donovan
Sean donovan
October 15, 2019 8:28 pm

Who makes world aire compressors?

Fix My Compressor Moderator
Fix My Compressor Moderator
Reply to  Sean donovan
October 16, 2019 8:06 am

Good question. Maybe add a comment with what info you are looking for if not just the manufacturer, and please upload a few photos of your compressor so folks can see it and perhaps help.

Daryl
Daryl
April 8, 2019 5:40 pm

I have this Central Pneumatic air compressor with this exact design pump.
I am looking to source gaskets before I attempt to make my own. What model did this diagram come from? Compressor is old and I’m not the original owner, no ID labels remain on tank.

https://fix-my-compressor.com/make-compressor-gaskets/

Daryl
Daryl
Reply to  Daryl
April 8, 2019 7:28 pm

Anyone who found their way here that has the same exact compressor pump in the linked post above, it appears to be a Campbell Hausfeld model HL4000 series pump.

Chris
Chris
September 28, 2016 2:18 pm

I have a very old compressor I would like to save from the scrap yard,the only numbers on the pump are g157 and possibly the last digit is 8 or b,this is a twin cylinder and has air intake level on the cylinder head ,is driven by a newman motor,any help would be great news looks to good to scrap ,Chris from liverpool

Chris
Chris
Reply to  Chris
September 28, 2016 2:24 pm

This compressor proving to be very difficult to id all I know is it is american would like to keep original any manual or parts. please get in touch cheers Chris from liverpool