13 HP Gas Driven Air Compressor 23.2 CFM 30 Gal Tank | Honda Engine | HGR7-3H

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Champion is the leader in manufacturing dependable compressed air systems. Champion offers a complete line of engine driven compressor packages from 8–25 horsepower to meet any application.  With an engine driven package there is no need to worry about electrical service. Engine driven air compressors were designed to provide compressed air in remote locations or for emergency production line needs.


Standard Installed Features: Simplex / Base Mount
● Electric Start
● Vibration Isolators on 30 Gal. Units
● Intake Filter / Silencer
● Pneumatic Throttle Control
● Enclosed Belt Guard
● Loadless Startng

● Freight prepaid on orders over 400 pounds.
● Electric start engines are supplied less battery.
● All Units tested in accordance with CAGI/PNEUROP Acceptance Test Code PN2CPTC2


Compressor Features

Multi-finned cylinders

Cooler operating temperatures result in longer life and consistent performance over time.


Integral cylinder/head

Gasketless design eliminates the possibility of blown head gaskets for trouble-free operation.


Balanced pistons

Aluminum alloy first-stage piston is weight-matched to the cast iron secondstage piston, ensuring proper balance.


Piston rings

Two compression rings and one oil control ring provide excellent oil control, and high efficiency air delivery.


Lightweight connecting rods

High-density, die-cast aluminum alloy rods minimize reciprocating weight.  An integral, precision-bored crankpin bearing and a needle bearing for the piston pin properly distribute bearing loads for longer bearing life than bushings.


Pressure relief valves

Located in interstage and discharge.



Large-diameter finned tubing is positioned to obtain the greatest cooling effect between stages for maximum compressor efficiency.


Optimized cooling fan/flywheel

Precision balanced flywheel has fan blades for optimum compressor cooling and life.


Reliable, high-flow valves

Single-unit, disc-type valves provide low lift and long life. Discs are made of corrosion resistant Swedish steel. Valves are easily serviced by removing the manifolds only.


Oversized main bearings

Tapered roller-type main bearings provide full contact and support of the crankshaft plus delivers the longest possible life.


Balanced crankshaft

Constructed of rugged ductile iron with large diameter throws for minimum bearing loads and counterweights to minimize vibration.


Large capacity crankcase

Rugged cast iron oil reservoir has convenient sight gauge glass, corner oil fill boss and large oil drain.


Loadless starting

Positive acting, governor-type centrifugal unloader assures longer motor life by allowing the compressor to start unloaded every time.


Technical Details

Air Tank Configuration Horizontal
Air Tank Included Included
Air Tank Size 30 Gallon
Capacity (CFM) @ 100/125 PSI 23.2 CFM @ 175 PSI
CFM Displacement 29.9
Coded ASME Coded
Cooling Type Air Cooled
Engine Horsepower 13
Engine Make Honda
Engine Model GX390
Engine Oil Capacity 1.1 Liter
Flywheel - Width 2.5"
Flywheel Diameter 16.5"
Flywheel Grooves 2VB
Fuel Tank Capacity 1.6 Gal
Horsepower (HP) 13 HP
Max Pressure (PSI) 175 PSI
Pressure Rating 175 PSI
Pump Model R15B
Pump Speed (RPM) 1025 RPM
Pump Type Splash Lubricated
RPM 1025 RPM
Standard Voltages Honda Gas Engine
Tank Size 30 Gallon Horizontal Air Tank

Dimensional Data

Height (inch) 45.5"
Length (inch) 41.6"
Width (inch) 20.5"


Weight (lbs) 480.0000


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