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Old 10-01-2011, 05:15 PM
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Older Worthington Air Compressor Questions

I was helping some people move stuff out of storage and the gave me an air compressor for helping. They didnt know much about it, and neither do I.

On the side it says worthington on a big sticker, and its electric. It doesnt have any belts and pulleys, the generator hooks straight into the compressor motor which is general elecric 1/3 horse. then from the compressor motor it has copper tubing that is in a coil that fills the tank. Not sure how big it is, but its like a foot wide and three or so feet long on stands. and its not newer, I would say 15+ years old. On the tank its goot a square that says john wood, then the town it was made, and then a bunch of serial numbers

Other than that I really have no idea about it.

Sorry for no pics no digital camera at the moment.

Any thoughts?

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