ID air compressor

I have an air compressor I would like to ID and then,hopefully,
purchase some replacement parts for...
On the side of the block it has a TX 0002 cast in, with a CH directly
below it.
On the jugs there is a TF 0018 cast in. On the one rod I have it has
a TF 0469 cast in.
This is a large v compressor. I guess it would be considered a 4
cylinder. It is dual stage x2. The large piston is 2.5-3.0 inches
and the small is 1.5-2.0 inches. It looks like it is supposed to be
green, but has been painted over in a metallic blue.
I cannot find a mfg id, so I am hoping that the casting numbers mean
something to someone. What has happened is that one throw's worth of
piston/rod/etc has been destroyed. I do have the other side to work
from and if it comes down to it, could make replacements for the
trashed side of it. This is a fairly decent machine aside from the
fact that two rods and one piston are a bunch of mush in the bottom of
the crankcase(I have little in it and like a challenge...)
Any help?
TIA
JW
Reply to
Jeridiah
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Post this in the tool board of Ytmag.com. There's a compressor guru there who can ID almost anything, especially if you have a photo.
CH--Campbell-Hausfeld?
GTO(John)
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GTO69RA4
CH = Champion? Green is there normal color.
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RellikJM
I sent this once, but haven't seen it posted....
I have an air compressor I would like to ID so I can find parts for it.
It is a V-4(two dual stage). It is currently painted a metallic bluish, but I would say it is actually supposed to be a pea grean sort of color based on what is showing through in areas.
It has a TX 0002 and a CH directly underneath cast in the block. The heads have a TF 0018 cast in to them. I cannot find any other sort of markings to indicate mfg.
Does anyone recognize this?
JW
Reply to
Jeridiah
I have seen it already, so yes, it *did* get posted.
I don't, which is why I didn't answer the first time.
At a guess, the "CH" may stand for Campbell Hausfield, or it may not. They do make air compressors and air powered tools, so it is a reasonable guess at least.
Good Luck, DoN.
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DoN. Nichols
The color of paint is not definitive, but SpeedAire used green.
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^ Keep the whole world singing. . . . DanG
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DanG
My apologies. I had posted it Monday night around 8:00 and still had not seen anything by noon the next day....
I see them both now.
JW
Reply to
Jeridiah
did you find out the make of your compressor? i have the same one i need id also.
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tim
did you find out the make of your compressor? i have the same one i need id also.
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tim

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