Jenny Products' climate-control compressors are powered by a one- or three-phase UL listed electric motor

Jenny Products' climate-control compressor line offers 22 models in single- and two-stage simplex configurations, as well as single- and two-stage duplex designs. Simplex single-stage models come with a 30-gallon tank and horsepower ratings of 1/2, 3/4 and 1. Between 2.9 and 5.9 cfm are displaced at 100 psi. Simplex two-stage units are available with 60-, 80- and 120-gallon tanks. Horsepower output ranges from 2 to 25, and the compressors displace 11 to 107 cfm at 100 psi. Single-stage units providing 5 horsepower and higher come standard with a magnetic starter.

The duplex series comes in 30- and 60-gallon tanks for single-stage units and 60-, 80-, 120- and 240-gallon tanks for two-stage units. The single-stage models provide 1, 1.5 or 2 horsepower and displace between 5.8 and 11.8 cfm at 100 psi. The two-stage models provide a horsepower range from 4 to 50 and displace between 22 and 214 cfm. An alternator and magnetic starter come standard on all duplex units.

Each compressor in the climate-control line is belt driven with a flywheel. A directional air shroud is designed to reduce pump temperatures. Each unit comes with a cast-iron compressor pump and is splash lubricated with Jenny “Ultimate Blue” compressor pump oil.

Other standard features include manual tank drains, a canister intake filter with replaceable filter elements, a tank gauge, pressure-relief safety valve and thermal overload motor protection. The compressors are powered by either a one- or three-phase UL listed electric motor, which starts with the assistance of unloading valves. An automatic start/stop control features a pressure unloader set at 75 to 100 psi.

Product Type:
Compressed Air
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