We wrote about DeWalt’s other new portable compressor last week, and this one seems to be equally well designed, though larger — and more targeted more towards higher-CFM applications like auto body work as opposed to driving nailers and such.
It’s quick specs: 15 gallon capacity, 200 PSI max pressure, and a 78 dBA operational noise level.
It’s capable of 5.4 SCFM @ 90 PSI, which should do well for operating some (though not all) air tools. It also operates on good ‘ole standard 120V AC, and draws a low enough amperage to allow use with an extension cord — 12 gauge or heavier and less than 50 ft. according to DeWalt. It features the same kind of metal console panel as their other new portable compressors, and it looks pretty durable.
It also features semi-pneumatic tires, which should stabilize it when you’re pulling it across uneven surfaces, like gravel. A ball valve drain and oil-free pump keep maintenance simple as well.
Street pricing starts around $333.