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    The artist formerly known as petlowe.... PeterL's Avatar
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    FS: Coltri MCH-6/EM INOX Compressor 240V

    Selling my Stainless 240V Coltri MCH-6/EM INOX Compressor, standard specs nothing exciting but well maintained.
    Serviced by Bauer in 2014 and only done 5H since service, manufactured in 2009, they didn't have the auto-stop then.

    http://www.coltrisub.it/COMPRESSORS/...h6_em_inox.htm

    Runs from a standard 13A socket.

    Comes with a spare filter and 2 oil changes. Too good a comp to have as a backup.

    1500 ONO







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    The spec list 4 different working pressures or am I misreading that.
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    The artist formerly known as petlowe.... PeterL's Avatar
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    Quote Originally Posted by nigel hewitt View Post
    The spec list 4 different working pressures or am I misreading that.
    Mine is a 300 bar doo-hicky, it's a case of the OPV and the hose end that's the variation.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nigel hewitt View Post
    The spec list 4 different working pressures or am I misreading that.
    Quote Originally Posted by PeterL View Post
    Mine is a 300 bar doo-hicky, it's a case of the OPV and the hose end that's the variation.
    You can just tighten the OPV a bit more to take it from say a 232 to a 250 bar machine. Not that I would advocate such a wreckless thing of course.

    BTW as I type this mine is retading 248.4bar
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    Coltri told me this machine is good for 350 Bar, I had an MCH6, worked well until a piece of ply fell down and blocked the fan
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    Coltri offer 2 different OPV's the gold coloured one will go to 270 bar, give or take , the red one will go 300 bar+, mine is set at 320 bar.
    They are easily adjusted and SMP sell a spring and seat set for both if they begin to let by.


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