EasyPro Stratus SRC50 Rocking Piston Compressor 1/2hp
Type: Aeration Compressors
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As part of the Stratus SRC series “Gen 2” rocking piston compressors, the SRC50 4.5 CFM Compressor is specifically designed for the demanding job of 24 hour operation, making it ideal for pond aeration systems.
- Air Compressor
Stratus SRC series "Gen 2" rocking piston compressors are specifically designed for the demanding job of 24 hour operation. They are ideal for pond aeration systems. The oil-less design safely aerates ponds with no electricity in the water. The shore mounted compressor sends air through tubing to a bottom mounted diffuser for a safe, effective way to aerate ponds. Compressors are available in 115v or 230v.
* Inlet air filter, rubber foot pads and 5' power cord included
* Universal dual voltage motor
* Includes Stratus Smart-Start technology
* Oil-less operation
* Superior quality, flexible cup material for increased reliability
* Die-cast aluminum components for overall strength
* Hard coated cylinder for wear resistance
* Permanently lubricated bearings
* 2 year limited warranty
* Assembled in the USA
EasyPro Stratus SRC50 Compressor
- Ship Weight: 22 lbs
Power Cord Length
Volt/Hz (Select proper voltage when ordering)
Maximum Air Flow
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Amps (at 10' operating depth)
- 115V: 3.6 amps
- 230V: 1.8 amps
- Inlet air filter, rubber foot pads and 5′ power cord included
- Universal dual voltage motor
- Includes Stratus Smart-Start technology
- Oil-less operation
- Superior quality, flexible cup material for increased reliability
- Die-cast aluminum components for overall strength
- Hard coated cylinder for wear resistance
- Permanently lubricated bearings
- 2 year limited warranty
- Assembled in the USA
What is the difference between the EasyPro ERP50 Compressor and the EasyPro SRC50 compressor?
The SRC50 is the newer model. It features several design improvements for reliability as well as pushing slightly more air.
Should I purchase the 115V model or the 230V model?
This needs to match the electric service where the compressor is located. If you are putting in new service, we recommend wiring for the 230V model.