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DP - 10:00 PM on Jan. 18, 2012  [ message ]
I was being silly with my remark. He who makes no mistakes is certainly making blunders.

Dan
Allewellin - 11:45 AM on Aug. 20, 2010  [ message ]
Go to:
http://www.toolsandpowertools.co.uk/compressors/direct-drive/oiled/sealey-sa2415-ai

r-compressor-free-prize-draw/

FREE PRIZE DRAW - WIN THIS SEALEY AIR COMPRESSOR!

TO ENTER, JUST ADD YOUR EMAIL ADDRESS TO OUR NEWSLETTER SIGN UP BOX AT THE VERY BOTTOM LEFT OF THE PAGE.

PLEASE PASS ON TO YOUR FRIENDS!

We plan to run this every month.

1st draw September 20th 2010.

Aluminium cylinder head with cast iron cylinder gives added resistance to wear.

Suitable for general-purpose workshop applications.

Pump head directly coupled to heavy-duty induction motor for reliable and quiet operation.

Welded tank complies with latest European standards.

Fitted with fully automatic pressure cut-out switch with twin gauges displaying tank and working pressures.

Fitted with ASTA/BS approved non-rewirable plug.

Air displacement: 6cfm.



Aluminium cylinder head with cast iron cylinder gives added resistance to wear. Suitable for general-purpose workshop applications. Pump head directly coupled to heavy-duty induction motor for reliable and quiet operation. Welded tank complies with latest safety requirements. Fitted with fully automatic pressure cut-out switch and twin gauges displaying tank and working pressures. Fitted with ASTA/BS approved non-rewirable plug. Model No. SA2415

Additional Information
Weight: 26kg
Model No: SA2415
Motor Output: 1.5hp
Voltage/Phase: 230V - 1ph
Input Current: 5A
Air Displacement: 6cfm
Tank Capacity: 24ltr
Maximum Pressure: 116psi/8bar
Voltage/Phase: 230V - 1ph
Maximum Free Air Delivery: 4.2cfm

Additional Information
Weight: 26kg
Joe4542 - 5:50 PM on Jan. 29, 2010  [ message ]
Hi nickso, recently you posted on a thread about a suprima leaking and you said you'd guess it was leaking from left side of he. I've just looked at one leaking from same place, looks like I'll be calling parts centre et al tomorrow for pricing, out of curiosity do you have any theories as to what causes said leak in that location?

Cheers
joe
DP - 9:00 PM on Jan. 20, 2010  [ message ]
Nickso, your name came up during a discussion between certain parties. I said you did not wish to visit CC and thus 'talking' behind your back was ungentlemanly. Certain party maintained you could access CC, so you could view what was being said. Just wondering who is right.

By the way, I do pay particular attention to what you post
KAKO - 9:46 PM on Sep. 29, 2009  [ message ]
Help Me Nickso ... You sound as if you know what you' re talking about .... Have to replace old and knackered Sangamo M5 programmer / timer and have obtained a Horstmann Tiara 425 could you advise where I could download wiring diagram for the Sangamo ... Thanks ...KAKO
dangermouse46 - 6:21 PM on Sep. 1, 2008  [ message ]
You are a prize prick. I suggest you get a life (and a proper job)
anthony234 - 6:00 PM on Jul. 14, 2008  [ message ]
nickso,the hot water is ok at the sink in the bathroom but boiler goes off when bath tap is opened.
 
 

 
 
 
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