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Ingersoll Rand UP6-50PEI-150.460-3 Rotary Screw Air Compressor Reviews & Ratings

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Ingersoll Rand UP6-50PEI-150.460-3 Reviews
Overall Rating
3.5 out of 53.5 out of 53.5 out of 53.5 out of 53.5 out of 5
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Broken From Factory (1)
Bad Instructions (1)
Unreliable (1)
Low Quality (1)
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Steve, the Air Compressor Expert
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Total Reviews
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Rotary screw compressors provide steady air power 24/7 and run more efficiently than piston compressors- so they last longer in continuous duty applications.

The Total Air System from Ingersoll Rand steps it up a notch with the addition of a refrigerated air dryer. Using cool, dry air extends the life of your tools.

The TAS system has fewer connections which eliminates leaks & pressure drops, so it maximizes reliability and profits with more air for your money.
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Joshua W.
Wise, VA
2 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 52 out of 5
Poor Quality Control
I purchased this compressor and installed it shortly after. The contactor from the factory was broken and after I fixed that, the belt tensioner was in the wrong position and the belt broke when starting up for the first time.

This was brand new from the factory. Ingersol Rand needs to step up quality control .... will never buy another.
Cons: Low Quality, Unreliable, Bad Instructions, Broken From Factory
Steve, the Air Compressor Expert
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This unit has a 1 year Factory Warranty from the folks at Ingersoll Rand. When you first detected a problem you should have called them at (800) 866-5457 so they could begin the warranty process and remedy any problems at no cost to you.

You can still use their Service Locator to contact the service in your area. It will be up to them to determine if you've voided your warranty by doing the work yourself.
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