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Makita 2.0 Horse Power Air Compressor MAC700

February 20, 2013

Size Lends a Hand To This Air Compressor

Makita 2.0 Horse Power Air Compressor MAC700

The Makita 2.0 Horse Power Air Compressor MAC700 is wonderful for the everyday man, and is best utilized in a residential setting by handymen and Do-It-Yourselfer’s. It is small enough for anyone who enjoys using pnuematic air power tools, and is quiet enough to be the air compressor of choice for librarians. Another great feature of this air compressor, is that it’s small size lends a hand in this air compressor’s mobility, not to mention that an included roll-bar handle is built for further portability and  protection. The Makita MAC700 is not too heavy to carry around a small office or  house and is a breeze to get loaded up in your van or truck, when you need to take it to a job.

Real Performance

This Makita Air Compressor MAC700 has a cast iron pump which offers several design perks including a “Big Bore” cylinder and piston, both of which are engineered to enhance recovery time as well as improve overall performance. Additionally, each of these are completely removable for easy maintenance and increased product life. As far as “grit” goes, the powerful 2.0 HP, 4-Pole motor, produces 3.3 CFM at 90 PSI for increased productivity, all while the powerful pump runs at a low RPM, which results in less noise and an overall improvement in pump durability. Other great features of this air compressor include a low AMP draw, which reduces incidences of tripped breakers at start-up, and a pump that is oil-lubricated for cooler running temperatures, which will increasing your compressors tool life as it reduces wear and tear. A few more items of design to note is the large automotive style industrial air filter for increased air intake, and greater efficiency,and lastly a built-in thermal overload for additional motor protection.

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