Porter-Cable C2002 Oil-Free UMC Pancake Compressor

  • 150 psi max tank pressure stores more air in the tank for longer tool runtimes
  • 2.6 SCFM at 90 psi allows for quick compressor recovery time, per ISO1217
  • 6 gal Pancake style tank for stability, includes water drain valve and rubber feet
  • Low Amp 120V motor starts easily in cold weather or with extension cord
  • Durable oil-free pump for long life and no maintenance; Shroud, handle and console cover protects vital components, makes unit easier to carry and includes cord wrap

Amazon.com Product Description
Highly portable and exceptionally easy to use, the Porter-Cable C2002 150-PSI, Six-Gallon Oil-Free Pancake Compressor packs a big punch in a small package. Perfect for everything from filling tires to firing nailers, this compressor features an induction motor that provides long life and optimum performance. For convenience, this efficient unit runs off of normal household circuits and offers mess-free, oil-free operation.
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Porter-Cable C2002 Oil-Free UMC Pancake Compressor

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  1. C. Petit says:

    I received the compressor quickly and in perfect shape. After the required 15 minute break-in, it charged the 30 gal tank in around 5 minutes and worked quite well on my first project, a tubeless lawn tractor tire which had rolled off the rim. The unit does not have a preset pressure set. The regulator doesn’t bring the tire up to set pressure in a rapid fashion, so I recommend getting a good hose and attachment set that comes with a good gauge, and setting the regulator somewhat above the tire’s required pressure. The noise level is moderate, and when it is running in my work shed, it is barely noticeable.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  2. JT Justman says:

    I’ve been using this for my siding nailer and it has done a wonderful job. Always keeps up, not too loud to use on those weekend mornings.
    Rating: 5 / 5

  3. Shmeg McGee says:

    I had this compressor for about two weeks and the pressure switch broke. The price for a new pressure switch was half the cost of the compressor. I ended up throwing it out and buying a better brand.

    Rating: 1 / 5

  4. I have owned this compressor for over a year, used it on 3 or 4 finish nailer projects around my house. Started leaking air bad. Ordered the replacement parts (tube and a “gasket”) and I can see why it leaked. Once I disassembled it I could see that the parts were cheaply made – both the originals as well as the replacement parts. Rather than fix it, and probably have the same thing happen very soon – I opted to junk it and purchase a portable Ingersoll Rand compressor. Talk about night and day!!

    I own quite a few tools, including another Craftsman compressor. Craftsman gets a bad rap sometimes, and sometimes it is deserved, but I’ve had my Craftsman compressor for years. It’s a big one, not portable though – which is why I replaced this piece of junk PC Compressor with an Ingersoll Rand model.

    I would advise anyone / everyone not to buy this compressor. It was the first Porter Cable tool I purchased, and based on the quality – I will not be buying any more products from this company. I had thought about a couple different woodworking products that are made by Porter Cable, but no longer even considering it!!
    Rating: 1 / 5

  5. LOUD…. REAL LOUD…. Rock Concert LOUD…

    Even with ear plugs and headset it’s loud.

    I had been using an inexpensive, off brand, pancake compressor for 4 years that was made in China… (that I still would be using, if I did not have a son-in-law who needs tools), the sound from that was like a lullaby compared to the Porter Cable.

    I called Porter Cable… they mumbled something about loud is good…. and I coooould take it to a service center to compare it with others, although they did acknowledge it IS loud.

    Which might not be a bad thing as I use this around the house and it lets the wife know I am hard at work. For maximum notice, the best time to turn it on is while she is still sleeping or just answering the phone.

    Looks good…. I like the extra hose connector. Nice design. Did I mention LOUD….
    Rating: 4 / 5

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