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Air Compressor Pressure Switch Control Valve 90-120 PSI 240V

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Description

  • This is a great switch for miniative air compressor
  • It can help to save electric energy of the air compressor
  • Easy to install and convenient to use
  • There is a red ON/OFF switch knob

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Customer Reviews

Works Good On Menards 6 Gallon Tool Shop Air Compressor Almost a perfect match for my 6 gallon Tool Shop compressor I bought from Menards. The only problem I had was that the front pressure gauge on the Tool Shop model had 1/8th inch male pipe threads & this Pressure Switch had 1/4 inch female pipe threads. Problem was solved by using a 1/4 inch close nipple into the pressure switch. Then a 1/4 to 1/8 reducer which allowed the pressure gauge to be installed. Other than that it worked just fine. Saved me about a $100.00 that I would have spent for a new compressor. 4Works on Harbor Freight 8 gallon air compressor, fails soon Bought this and installed. It was a fairly easy install, taking about an hour to do. I used teflon tape and got everything tight, so had no issues with leaking.The problem is that the switch fails soon after install. I don't use this air compressor much, and in the course of about 18 months I used this for a total of around 30 hours, best guess. The switch has already failed. It can't handle the current. The plastic around the contacts has started melting, and sometimes it doesn't turn off when it reaches pressure. 1Worked great until diaphragm blew out after 10 hours use. The control valve has great heavy gauge copper switch contacts, and it has a thicker base to prevent warping and diaphragm leaks. But after about 10 hours use the diaphragm ripped. I compared it to the old diaphragm it was replacing, and the new one is twice as thick as the old one. But the old one has some woven reinforcement in the rubber. I swapped the old diaphragm into this new switch and it's been working for weeks. The new diaphragm has no internal reinforcement, just solid rubber that blew out. 3Yes you can fix it! Don't throw it away! When the air pressure controller burned out on my 10-15 year old Harbor freight Chinese built compressor I figured it was junk. Then I got a bright idea and just hot wired it so I could use it. It still worked fine so I wondered if there might be a generic controller on Amazon that I might adapt. I was amazed to find the exact replacement part for less than 10 dollars. It arrived in two days and the compressor is now as good as new. Thank You! 5Right replacement of power swtich for Central Pneumatic Vertial Air Compressor Model 47065 This unit is exactly the replacement of Switch for Central Pneumatic vertical air compressor model 47065. There is a rubber gasket sealed inside broken in my model 47065. I can not find the right gasket, but I found this. After installed, it works. I believe it will work out with some other model as well. Although the description said it requires 240V, it works out with 120V without problem. 5125 PSI and it did not cut off! Scary, right? First thing is that it leaks at the gasket. I installed it and powered it up to 40 psi and powered it off and it leaked. By spraying soapy water around, gasket is found leaking. I have to uninstall it and tighten four little bolts and reinstall. No more leak. Then at 125 PSI, it still didn't cut off the power. It was scary. So, I adjusted the screw to the lowest and did a lot of turning on and letting air out to set the cut off to 115 psi. My old switch is the same kind and I took it apart to see what went wrong. It was a bike tire like gasket that got worn and ripped. If your switch is leaking (high pitch hissing sound), take it apart and replace the gasket (bike tire will do), and you might be able to fix it without buying a new one. I wish it came with some sort of manual for pressure adjustment at least. 3The part I ordered from Amazon is obviously the exactly same Chinese garbage that came off of it (yet the box Here is what you need to buy for a China Fright 47065 (Harbor Freight 47065)... It's an exact replacement. Threads, fittings, 100%. If it wasn't junk it would be all you need. For future Googlers, I will add this statement: "Harbor Freight 21 gallon 2.5hp / 4hp peak air compressor pressure switch unloader valve model 47065 direct replacement"Part number on the box is B00F3DFJ32 (which brings about 40 relevant Google results so maybe you can buy one locally or elsewhere). Another number on the box is 100391059 (which leads to nothing)... And, of course, the sticker that I'm giving you the numbers off of is covering ANOTHER sticker and I can't remove it to read the one underneath it clearly... Scumbags. This is why my next compressor will be a pricey Quincy that is made in Ohio (which I can drive to and raise Cain if something messed up) and not a $150 compressor made in the People's Republic of China that is a giant POS...Speaking of... Why 3 Stars? The part I ordered from Amazon is obviously the exactly same Chinese garbage that came off of it (yet the box, and the part, has no country of origin indication... Obviously the people selling it had a lot of pride in their work... I'll also add that there is no UL or CE listing on this ELECTRIC appliance... So if it burns your house down you're s*** out of luck with your insurance company... There wasn't one on my original unit either... So, word to the wise, unplug it after every use...) and OF COURSE, it was also messed up when I got it (so was my original unloader valve on the compressor when I bought it in 2007. I bought it and then moved 150 miles away from a Horrible Fright store, so I adapted and overcame... Or if you're English, I carried on).Anyhow... On this replacement part one of the ports for the cord grips was cross threaded and the fitting for the unloader signal line coming from the check valve was loose. I'll be needing to exchange it.... SOO... Like all Chinese garbage, order 2 if you're in a hurry, and if you're not in a hurry expect problems. I'd like to buy one of these from America, but, you know, I'm not about to spend an entire Saturday driving all over town to attempt to find one KNOWING that they're all made in the 3rd world anyhow. As I said before, my next compressor will be from Ohio, not an oppressive 3rd world regime.I have an email in with the seller (which, of course, isn't actually Amazon despite "Prime" ****3 day!!!!**** shipping from California to Indiana) about getting me a replacement unit sent. I haven't started the returns process with Amazon because my compressor has work to do this week and I don't need to screw around with an exchange... I need an advance replacement. We'll see how that plays out over the next day or so, but my hopes are low... I will update with further information. 3This is for Harbor Freight Tools air compressor. My HFT air compressor started leaking a while ago. It got so bad the tank would not hold enough air to fill a bicycle tire. When I searched for the leak, I found that it was from a faulty rubber diaphragm on the power switch assembly. I called HFT parts department, and they told me they didn't sell just the diaphragm, I had to buy the entire switch assembly. The funny thing is, HFT did not sell that part. They gave me a link to the part on Amazon. Weird.BTW, I was having an issue with the compressor cycling by itself (faulty power switch, and leaky air tank). I got the part in a couple of days, slapped it on, and have had zero problems since! This part was the only thing keeping my air compressor from going to the trash dump. I'd say that makes it a great value. 5Exactly replacement for Harbor Freight compressor 47065 Perfect replacement for the pressure switch on the Harbor Freight compressor 47065. You cannot beat the price either. Simply disconnect the old one and replace with this one and fire it up. My old one was over 10 years old and still worked but the diaphragm finally started leaking. I actually made another gasket for it but when trying to reassemble the pressure switch came apart and I couldn't figure out how to reassemble with the spring. Found this one here and thought for less than 10 bucks I'll give it try. Easy Peasy 5Garbage POS. Don't waste your time! These are garbage! I wondered how they could make this so cheap. Answer is, they can't. After reading the negative reviews I thought I'd take a chance for the price and give it a try. The other reviews mentioned the gaskets leaking and threads poorly cut etc. I removed the base and tried to recut the threads. Due to the casting process the casting is too porous and you can only chase the first few threads. OK I moved to the gasket and replaced the philips screws with hex screws that are easily tightened after the switch is mounted. I sealed the outer edge of the diaphragm gasket with sealer. I used both teflon tape and thread sealing compound on all joints and reassembled the switch. I do lots of plumbing so I can seal threads properly in my sleep. Installed and wired and fired up the compressor and the thing leaked all over the place. Removed switch and replaced gasket with the gasket from the old switch which was 2-3 times thicker. This worked to eliminate the leak at the diaphragm. There are still minor leaks where the pugs are inserted into the extra ports. Compressor bleeds down in less than 24 hours. I'm not spending any more time on this POS. It's going in the trash and will be replaced with a better valve. 1
Air Compressor Pressure Switch Control Valve 90-120 PSI 240V

Air Compressor Pressure Switch Control Valve 90-120 PSI 240V

4.0
Error You can't add more than 500 quantity.
Regular price
HK$ 367.00
Sale price
HK$ 367.00
Regular price
HK$ 606.00
Sold out
Unit price
per 
Save 39% (HK$ 239.00)