Craftsman 3 Gallon oil lube 135PSI portable air compressor with 3 piece kitItem# 00915362000 | Model# 15362
|Air Outlet Size:||1/4 in.|
|Electrical Phase Type:||Single phase|
|Lubrication Type:||Oil lubricated|
|Electric Rating:||110-120V AC|
|Cord Length (ft.):||6|
|Number of Wheels:||0|
|Maximum Operating Pressure (psi.):||135|
|Motor Drive:||Direct Drive|
|SCFM Delivery At 40 psi:||3.7|
|SCFM Delivery At 90 psi:||2.4|
|Compressor Tank Capacity (gal.):||3|
|Number of Pumps:||1|
|Dimensions and Weight:|
|Item Weight (lbs.):||47|
Ratings & Reviews
Craftsman 3-Gallon oil lube portable air compressor powers through small and large jobs at home and work
The Craftsman 3-gallon portable air compressor is ideal for household inflation tasks such as car tires, bike tires, pool toys, sporting equipment and air mattresses. It also has the capacity for operating finish and brad nailers for trim/finish jobs, household repairs and arts-and-crafts projects. With a lightweight, compact and ergonomic design, this model is very portable. You won't have any problem moving it around the house and then storing it underneath the workbench in your shop or garage. This unit comes with a handy 3 piece kit and 25' coil hose to fill car tires with no additional purchase necessary.
The 3-gallon portable air compressor boasts a heavy-duty 1.0 HP induction motor that has a long-lasting oil-lubricated direct drive pump. With an INDUSTRY LEADING maximum PSI of 135, it provides more air to get jobs done faster and save time! Includes an oil sight glass, so you can check oil quickly without having to use a dip stick.
Oil must be added to the compressor pump before operation.
- Make household and workplace inflation jobs simple with the Craftsman 3-gallon oil lube portable air compressor
- Ideal for jobs of all sizes
- Piston style, 15 amps
- 1.0 HP motor guarantees quick recharges for steady work
- INDUSTRY LEADING 135 max PSI to get projects done faster
- Universal one hand quick connect allows for fast swapping between tools and jobs
- Oil sight glass eliminates the use of a dip stick to check the oil
- 3 piece kit includes ball tire chuck, male plug and seal tape
- Includes 25' coil hose
Added on July 29, 2013
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Most Helpful Reviews
This compressor is small and light enough to take to the job you are doing. It's quiet and easy to use. It easily keeps up with a nail gun at 100PSI. The handle is positioned for easy carry and the rubber feet allow you to use it just about anywhere from the basement to the roof.
Little Elm, TX
After finding overpriced used junk online and at garage sales, I searched thoroughly for a new, compact, portable unit that would met my needs, for about $100-125. I did lots of "homework" and shopping around, and it paid off. I am sure I have put this unit through more abuse in 6 months than most homeowners will in a lifetime. NOTE: There is a HUGE difference between "Piston" type compressors (like this one), vs "Diaphragm" style (like the worthless, slow, noisy ones you plug in a cigarette lighter). Buy a piston compressor like this one. Do NOT buy an "Oil-Free" compressor, they are diaphragm units and you will be disappointed. They take 10-20 minutes to air up a tire, this thing will do it in less than a minute. My store was out of stock, so I ordered it online, and they shipped it to my home for FREE. This unit was in perfect condition out of the box, (I was worried, box was beat-up by freight company). Poured in the included oil, and put it to work. I really like that it came with a hose and accessory kit, (even a roll of teflon tape!), and oil. I bought a $4 quick-change coupler at the auto parts store and put it on the hose, so I can change tools quickly. A GREAT feature is the adjustable pressure regulator, and dual gauges. You don't have to worry about over-inflating anything, just set the pressure you want with a ****. I have used it HARD for the past 6 months, and it is proving to be very durable. It does not have enough capacity to constantly operate heavy-duty "air-hog" tools like die grinders, but with the 3 gallon tank, I just let it catch-up between short work sessions. NOTE: I highly recommend changing the oil after the first hour or two of actual running time. Just like a car engine, the break-in process creates metallic wear particles. That first oil change is the most critical, and in a big way, determines how long your engine (or compressor) will last. You only need a very tiny bottle of compressor oil, (It only holds like 4 Oz). Easy to change with just a pair of pliers or adjustable wrench for the drain plug, just drain it into an empty plastic water or soda bottle. Cheap insurance to ensure a long life. You can see the oil through the sight plug, when it starts to get dark, change it. I have changed mine twice since then, and I've gotten this thing so hot, several times, running almost non-stop for an hour or more at a time, and figured it would die. Nope! I am very satisfied with it. Kind of noisy, (what compressor isn't?). Thinking the air filter inlet could be modified to flow more air, (to improve the performance). Overall glad I took the time to research and select this unit. Highly recommend it, unless you need a larger unit. The best small household compressor you will find, and under $100 on sale. Oh, and it holds air pressure forever! I haven't used it in a month, it's been unplugged, and it still has 100# in the tank.
I have only used it a couple of times, and so far, there has been no problems. Everything went together easily, with the exception of the handle, which was a bit tough because they put the one bolt so tight. Without getting something like a breaker bar out, I had to heave on it a bit to get the one bolt loose, but once it did, there was no problems getting everything together. The compressor is not quiet, but is quieter then what I expected. I would say it is about as loud as my old sears 1ccf regular air compressor made for tires. The rubber on the feet is kinda stiff, I would say it has a texture halfway between a car tire and plastic. The one thing I was worried about was I read a lot of reviews about leaking oil on last years model, but so far, i have had no problems with any leaks. If I had any complaints, it would only be that I wish it was a bit lighter, but I was expecting the weight when I got it. it states is weighs 47 pounds in the description, so definitely not light. How long will it last over time, only time will tell. Overall, i am very happy with my purchase.
This Compressor Is Perfect For The RC Enthusiast To Keep Your RC Clean And To Use Around The House For Small Jobs. Great Price And Great Name To Stand Behind You. Thank You
A friend had one of the 125 psi ones and I liked the way it worked. So I bought one of the 135psi ones. The first one I followed instructions setting up. Pumped up two tire and worked great. On third tire the compressor kicked off and all that I got was a humming noise. It showed plenty of oil just wouldn't start back. This was all in one day. Took it back to Sears ( a 42 mile round trip) and exchanged it. Put the second one together. One of the bolts that holds the handle on was cross-threaded and will not tighten up all of the way. Ran it through two cycles and seems to be working ok for now. Will continue to monitor it. I did expect more from Craftsman. I give it three stars for now because of first one not lasting a day and shoddy workmanship on the second one. I will report after I use it some more.
South Boston, VA
Saint Augustine, FL
I received this compressor for Christmas. It was exactly what I needed for keeping the air in the tires on numerous pieces of lawn equipment inflated. The compressor was easy to put together (just add the oil and hose) and it fired right up. I used it to fill up a tire on my mower and then mowed my yard (I live in Florida, we mow year around). When I went to put the mower up, I discovered the circuit breaker had tripped in my garage. I looked at the compressor and observed it looked charred on the air outlet tube. I unplugged the compressor and reset the breaker. I plugged the compressor back in and turned it on but it only made a humming sound. It appears the compressor must have developed a large air leak and the compressor must have come back on and stayed on until it overheated and seized the piston (my theory only). Regardless, it worked less than one day. A call to Sears disappointed me even more since I was told it would have to be shipped back to Sears since it was purchased on line. I complained and was put in touch with someone else who told me Sears would gladly accept the broken compressor and replace it with a new one at any Sears store. I will update this message with that result.
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