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SOURCE: Motor pulley for an old Ingersoll Rand type 30 compressor

Hi,
Here is a link to Ingersoll-Rand (compressed air division) where you can find a local distributor. I think a call to a parts tech might provide the original motor sheave outside diameter and belt size (I'm suspecting "A" or "B" size).

http://www.ingersollrandproducts.com/contact/air/index.aspx

With that info, here is a link to a good industrial source for your new motor sheave (McMaster-Carr):

http://www.mcmaster.com/#v-belt-sheaves/=3fwz7b

Their prices aren't so bad.
You may also have a local industrial sales in your area.
I hope this helps you... Nice compressor!

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SOURCE: my compressor will not kick on when it's filled

its starting under a load..its not build off or your tank check is bad

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With the unit disconnected electrically, remove the belt and try to manually turn the compressor pulley. If you cannot, if could be either of two things...a locked up compressor, or a clogged up reed valve assembly. Some compressors have external reed valves that function as compression relief devices when starting under pressure. They are prone to clog with much ussage.
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Turn the compressor off, and check the sides of the belt that touch the pulleys. If the surface of the sides of the belt are shiny and slick, replace the belt (bring the old belt to any auto parts store and match it up to a new belt). To remove the old belt, check the mounting point of the motor, and mark where the edge of the motor mount meets the deck. Loosen the motor mounting bolts and slide the motor toward the compressor. Remove the old belt and install the new one. When you put the new belt on, make sure the tension is correct. slide the compressor motor away from the compressor and tighten the mounting belts. (At the center point between the pulleys, the belt should only deflect 3/8 to 1 1/2" when you push downward with about 8 pounds of pressure, (the general rule is 1/4 inch deflection per inch of belt between the pulleys.

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Unplug the power cord or shutting off the circuit breaker. Remove the belt guard loosen the four bolts that hold the motor to the compressor frame. The holes in the frame are slotted to move the motor for belt tensioning. Remove the old belt by pushing the motor toward the compressor. Place the new belt on the pulleys and hand tighten the four motor bolts. Align the two pulleys with each other. Apply a little tension on the V-belt. Place the bar at the base of the motor and push the motor back using the frame of the compressor as the leverage point & deflect the belt downwards with your finger. You should have approximately ½ inch of free belt deflection. Tighten all four motor mounting bolts & check the deflection of the V-belt and the alignment between the pulleys again. Realign or re-tension as necessary. A correct fit will ensure proper operation of the air compressor. Replace the belt guard on the air compressor and reapply the power. Check the belt movement through the guard and for proper operation of the compressor by following the manufacturer's instructions.

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One dealer for your model compressor is Northern. They are very good at replacement parts. If you do not have 3 phase power, you could shop around for 5 to 7 hp 220 v motor making sure that the motor mount will align with your plate. Pully size depends on dia. of pulley on the pump. Most pumps turn between 550 min to 1100 rpm depending on the power available and cfm requirements. Most motors turn at 1725 rpm so for example if your compressor has a 14 in. pulley then you motor will need a 5 in. pulley to turn it about 620 rpm. The larger the pulley at the motor the higher cfm produced but more amps used. Motor speed x pulley dia. divided by compressor pulley dia. To obtain more efficiency and highest cfm you will need 3 phase. Good place to see motors and two piece pulley combnations is www.grainger.com. Good luck

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That solution applies to all belt driven machinery, including your compressor, brand is irrelevant. Follow this short instructions:

1. switch off power (or if petrol driven stop motor) and remove the plug from power socket.
2. allow air to escape from the tank (I hear the argument that this is not necessary, but I did see few times, when leaky one-way allow backpressure to cylinder!), I usually at same time drain the tank by opening bottom valve/drain hole
3. remove safety covers from belts and pulleys
4. you have two pulleys, one mounted on motor (tension) and one monunted on pump (stationary), in more industrial models you have third pulley, tension pulley, in case of your particular model there are only two pulleys.
5. loose bolts and nuts on the base of the motor and slide it towards pump (there are two versions of this particular model, one of them have under the mount tension bolt which allow gradual sliding and tensioning of the belt).
6, rotate pulley and remove belt, reinstall new belt
7. slide motor back to it's original place applying even pressure, or if equipped, turn tension screw till desired tension on the belt is achieved.
8. check if tension is correct, if belt is pressed in the centre it should not buckle more than its thickness, if it is more - too low tension, will slip and not turn the pump, if it is too high tension, belt will fry and apply undue pressure on pump and motor leading to they early demise.
9. stay back and connect to electrical outlet, switch on, and off, disconnect and check tension again, if it is correct, tighten up mounting bolts on the base of teh motor,
10. mount screen, drain valve and close outlet valve
11. switch on and run for 1min, after stop, check if everything is running correctly, if there are no slippage or air leaks. If all checks correctly, you just saved yourself few hundred bucks service fee... :-)

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Loosen the motor mounting fasteners and slide the motor toward the compressor. That should relax the old belt enough to remove and install the new one. Slide the motor back so that the belt tightens and the belt travels evenly over the pulleys. Try to get the motor pulley in the same plane as the compressor pulley and have about 1/2" of up/down play in the middle of the run of belt. Misalignment of the pulleys will accelerate the belt wear as will improper tension. Good luck!

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Motor pulley for an old Ingersoll Rand type 30 compressor


Hi,
Here is a link to Ingersoll-Rand (compressed air division) where you can find a local distributor. I think a call to a parts tech might provide the original motor sheave outside diameter and belt size (I'm suspecting "A" or "B" size).

http://www.ingersollrandproducts.com/contact/air/index.aspx

With that info, here is a link to a good industrial source for your new motor sheave (McMaster-Carr):

http://www.mcmaster.com/#v-belt-sheaves/=3fwz7b

Their prices aren't so bad.
You may also have a local industrial sales in your area.
I hope this helps you... Nice compressor!

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