Senco PC1010 1-Horsepower Peak, 1/2 hp running 1-Gallon Compressor

Senco PC1010 1-Horsepower Peak 1-Gallon Compressor

Product Description


With 1 HP of power, the PC1010 lets you easily install door casings and floor molding.

Lightweight and Portable for Easy Maneuverability
Weighing in at just 20 pounds, the PC1010 is easy to carry from site to site as you work

Designed especially for finish and trim work as well as a variety of crafts and hobbies, the Senco PC1010 Compressor is a lightweight and ultra-quiet choice. This 1 HP compressor offers high performance in a compact, portable package and provides ample pressure for a wide range of small to medium jobs that require the use of pneumatic tools.

  • 1 hp. (peak) .5 hp. (running), oil-less motor
  • 1 gallon air capacity
  • 4 amps @115V, 120 psi max output
  • 1/4" quick disconnect coupler
  • Individual gauges for tank and regulated output pressure
  • Max Pressure: 125 psi
  • Pump Up-Time: 0-120 psi: 128 seconds
Our Company

For nearly 60 years the SENCO brand has been synonymous with professional results, productivity increases and pride in a job well done. Customers around the world have put SENCO’s products to work in a variety of demanding applications, counting on them to perform every day. Today, SENCO continues to pioneer innovative, new technologies – in both tool and fastener development – as the unique needs of its customers continue to evolve.

Compressor part diagram
COMPRESSOR FEATURES

1. Motor/Pressure Switch

2. Thermal Overload / Reset

3. Air Intake Filter

4. Air Compressor Pump

5. Safety Relief Valve

6. Air Tank Drain Valve

7. Tank Pressure Gauge

8. Outlet Pressure Gauge

9. Pressure Regulator

10. Discharge Line

11. 115 Volt Electric Power Cord

12. Ventilation Opening / Protective Shroud

13. Quick Disconnect

Versatile Enough for Both Professionals and DIYers

Capable of delivering 20 to 44 drives per minute, depending on the tool and application, the PC1010 features a direct drive motor/pump that provides extra-efficient operation for a variety of jobs. And the pump is lube-free, which means you wont have to worry about the mess and disposal issues involved with working with oil. An aluminum cylinder offers reliable durability.

With a one-gallon capacity, the PC1010 is ideal for a range of renovation and home improvement jobs, as well as for hobbies and crafts. Additionally, it takes only 128 seconds to pump up and 35 seconds to recover, so you wont waste valuable time waiting to have enough power to complete your jobs.

Significantly quieter than pancake compressors, the PC1010 makes very little noise while running, so you wont have to worry about disturbing neighbors or waking napping babies while completing in-house jobs. And its rubber-covered feet wont scratch hardwood floors, so you can feel comfortable using it in your home.

WHATS IN THE BOX:

Senco PC1010 Compressor, regulator, pressure gauges, 1/4-inch universal coupler, and air filter.

Product Features

  • Lightweight and portable--easy to carry from site to site as you work
  • One horsepower peak ,1/2 horsepower runningand one-gallon capacity
  • Ideal for a range of renovation and home improvement jobs, as well as for hobbies and crafts
  • Delivers 20 to 44 drives per minute
  • Backed by a one-year warranty

Customer Reviews

Average Customer Review
 (209 customer reviews)

Easy on the arm!, November 3, 2006
Bob Hagen "tool hound" (Seattle, WA USA)
As a general contractor I have several compressors. At least 90% of the time I grab an Emglo because they do everything I need except texturing. But I've grown fond of this little Senco WHEN IT IS USED PROPERLY! That means if I have a small trim project or a VERY small framing project it does the job, and both takes up less room and is a lot easier to pack around. It'll drive 3" framing nails no problem...when the tank is topped off, but the last couple nails before the compressor cycles always need to be hammer finished. Same is true for 15 or 18 gauge finish nails. When the tank is just about to cycle the nails don't completely set. My workers love the Senco...much to my chagrin. For one, it's light, and second...it takes FOREVER to refill (relatively speaking) and my guys love to stand there with their thumbs you know where taking a break every 10 to 15 nails or so! So if used for small jobs...or trim where you nail one piece at a time while cutting, well then it's a champ.


Have compressor will travel, February 5, 2004
Wilbur Wong "Wilbur Wong" (Richmond, CA USA)
  
This is a great second compressor. I wouldn't buy this as a primary or first compressor but it works fine to support small nail guns. My other portable weighs 68 pounds and will keep up with 1 to 2 framing or roofing nailers. My shoulders ache from the number of times I have lugged it up 78 steps to a job site. This goes anywhere with a bunch of tools in the other hand.
Other than nail guns, NO it won't do much at 0.7 cu ft per min when paint spray guns need 10 times that, and a blow gun will empty the tank in 10 seconds or less. But seriously, this compressor gives me at least 10 shots from my 16 ga finish nailer before the motor kicks in; a couple more off of an 18 ga finish nailer, and as an acid test, I got 3 shots from a 3 1/4 inch framing nailer (not recommended but if all I need is 10 nails I'd rather carry this in - especially considering that my ripe old age keeps me from doing much serious hammering!)
Last word, the first one I received had a leaky reed valve and.


Preliminary testing is 5 stars, December 26, 2012
Jonathan Brett
  
I am a kitchen bath remodeler, and have yet to use this on the job. I have, however, done some preliminary testing in my garage tonight. The results are stated below.

My first impressions are all positive: Better quality than expected at this price (great value). Smaller (better) than expected. Quieter than expected. Now for the tests.

Quantity of nails shot with various nail guns before motor kicked on, using this Senco PC1010:
23 gauge = 20
18 gauge = 10
15 gauge = 5
Framing nailer = 3

To give a comparison to a larger pancake style 4 gallon 1.5 HP Campbell Hausfeld that I have been using for 15 years, which weighs more than twice as much (52 lbs.):
18 gauge = 40
15 gauge = 18
Framing = 13

Obviously, these numbers coincide with the number of gallons of compressed air, as the 4 gallon unit delivered approx. 4 times more nails than the 1 gallon unit. No surprise here.

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