|Max. Flow (CFM)||20|
|Tank Mount (In.)||1/2|
|Factory Set Pressure (PSI)||150|
|Filler Valve||Tire Type|
|Sealing Temp. (Deg. F)||-65 to 250|
|Temp. Range (F)||-40 to 180|
|Width (In.)||3 1/2|
|Depth (In.)||3 1/2|
|Features||Safety Valve, Outlet Valve, Filler Valve, Tank Mount Fitting and Air Gauge Fitting|
- 6X271 features all-in-one outlet fitting for safety valve, outlet valve, tank mounting, and air gauge and pressure switch mountings. 6X272 is similar but has tire-type filler valve in place of pressure switch fitting. Factory set for 150 psi, temp. range: -40 to 180 F. Sealing temp. range: -65 to 250 F.
Average Product Rating: 3based on 2 reviews
Manifold for spare tankWednesday, January 02, 2013
Works as advertised.
Stated to have 150 psi safety, but lifts at 125Monday, September 27, 2010
I had gotten an air tank from Harbor Fright, rated for 150 psi, designed for 200. But it came with same tank manifold they used on their 125 psi versions, and safety lifted at about 120 psi. No help from Harbor, so looked around for a replacement manifold with higher safety valve setpoint. Since most manifolds use an integrated non standard safety, couldn't just replace with a standard relief. The drillspot CTM model was rated for 150 psi setpoint, instructions coming with it verified it was supposed to be 150. But when hooked up to my 150 psi compressor for a fill, first valve lifted at 120, also verified with another pressure valve. Emailed drillspot, and to their credit, they sent me a replacement manifold, without even bother of returning old one (shipping would have been equal to price of manifold). And the new one also lifted early, this one at 125 psi, so I have lost about 20 percent of tank capacity. I gave up with drillspot at this point. Obviously, essentially same manifold is produced with two safety setpoints, but all the ones actually provided seem to have the lower setpoint. Both with Harbor and Drillspot. I could order a bunch of seperate fittings and build up a custom manifold that would allow use of a standard npt ASME safety, but at that point, I would have doubled price of air tank. The whole concept of non standard integrated relief valves on these manifolds is a bad idea, and the vendors should realize it. I did ask Drillspot to verify correct lift point on any valve they sent, but sealed package showed they didn't, as did incorrect lift point. They requested my feedback, so here it is. Purchase from them total waste of money.
Doesn't Meet your specifications for safety setpoint