Item # 63600 BRAND: Eastwood

Eastwood Elite QST 30/60 Scroll Air Compressor with Quiet Technology

Industrial Technology that is Powerful, Quiet and Efficient in a New and Improved Unit with FREE Moisture Drain Kit for Peak Performance
Industrial Technology that is Powerful, Quiet and Efficient in a New and Improved Unit with FREE Moisture Drain Kit for Peak Performance
Eastwood Elite QST 30/60 Scroll Air Compressor with Quiet Technology is rated 4.2 out of 5 by 76.
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Eastwood Elite QST 30/60 Scroll Air Compressor with Quiet Technology

Product Overview:


Eastwood ELITE QST® 30/60 Scroll Compressor

If you’re tired of the shop compressor noise drowning out everything else, but still the need power to run industrial pneumatic tools, this compact air compressor is the ideal solution. The new Eastwood Elite QST® 30/60 Scroll Compressor is more powerful, quieter and more efficient than any other air compressor available. This air compressor use scroll technology that results in a noise output as low as 63dBs*, making it the quietest compressor we've ever tested. But it will run every air tool in your shop with 12.7 CFM of output for drills, paint guns and abrasive blasters.

More Power for Less Money

Our Elite Scroll Compressor is ideal for DIY auto workers who want to run powerful pneumatic tools without upsetting the neighbors. With its dependable, long-lasting construction and affordable price compared to other big brands, our R&D guys have crafted the ideal compressed air source. Read more about the advantages of scroll compressors below or call our experts. We back them with a three-year warranty and 60-day money-back guarantee so you can Do the Job Right.

Eastwood QST® 30/60 Air Compressor Features:

  • Innovative - Direct Drive Cast Iron Scroll Pump
  • Integrated Air Cooler - Multi-stage oil filtration system
  • Low Noise Level - As low as 63dBs*
  • Compact Size - Performance of a 60 gallon in the size of a 30 gallon
  • Powerful - 12.7 cfm @ 90 psi
  • Dependability - 100,000 hour pump life, 4 HP continuous duty motor, All steel pressure hard lines and hydraulic style flex lines
  • 3-Year Warranty - Guaranteed confidence
  • Improved Pressure Switch - This compressor includes an improved pressure switch that provides longer service in a wider variety of conditions.
  • Includes Moisture Drain Kit - Improved performance and easy to service

The quietest compressor we've EVER tested PLUS it will run every air tool in your shop!

*Using standard sound level testing conditions. Results may vary based on compressor location and environment.

Quiet Technology

  • As low as 63dBs* at 1 meter - No louder than a typical conversation!
  • Comparable in noise to your home A/C unit
  • Quieter than your air tools

*Using standard sound level testing conditions. Results may vary based on compressor location and environment.

Powerful Performance

  • 1750 RPM Industrial Scroll Pump produces 12.7 CFM - enough air for small production shop
  • Comparable in performance to units costing 3x as much
  • Innovative technology maximizes air delivery to your tools

Professional Grade

  • Direct Drive motor and pump eliminates belt noise, slippage and dust
  • CNC machined cast iron pump for extended life and max efficiency
  • Pressurized oil lubrication system assures 100,000 hour pump life

Plenty of Air

The 1750 RPM industrial grade scroll pump produces 12.7 cfm and will be able to handle most air tools and paint guns.

Compact and Portable

Completely portable so you can take it to the project you are working on.


3 Years

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Power Requirement: 220-240V, 60Hz, Single Phase
Full Load Amps: 17
Dimensions: 23" Wide X 39" Tall X 37" Deep
Motor Horsepower: 4 hp
Tank Size: 26.4 gallon [100 liter]
Tank Fill Time: Approximately 3 minutes
Air Delivery: 12.7 SCFM @ 90 PSI
Cut-in Pressure: 115 PSI [7.9 bar]
Cut-out Pressure: 145 PSI [10 bar]
Max. Pressure: 145 PSI [10 bar]
Pressure Relief Valve Setting: 160 PSI [11 bar]
Motor and Scroll Pump RPM: 1750
Scroll Pump Oil Capacity: 101 ounces [3 liter]
Sound Reading @ 3.2 ft. [1m]: As low as 63dBs*
Power Cord: 6ft, 3-conductor grounded, 10 AWG
Weight: 315 lbs.

*Using standard sound level testing conditions. Results may vary based on compressor location and environment.


HOW DO SCROLL COMPRESSORS WORK? Read more at Air Compressors



Will the scroll compressor need to be hardwired or will it have a plug?
The scroll compressor will come with a 10 ga cord that will not have a plug end. This will give you the option to hardwire or install an appropriate plug of your choice.

Will a 20 amp breaker be sufficient for power usage?
Refer to the Compressor nameplate for voltage and amperage requirements. All wiring must be done by a licensed electrician, in accordance with National Electric Code and state and local requirements. For best performance, the Compressor must be installed on a dedicated circuit, with a circuit breaker or fuse for protection. Each time the Compressor motor starts, it will momentarily draw several times its full load amperage. It is important to consider this start-up surge when specifying circuit breakers or fuses. If fuses are used, time-delay type must be installed.

How Much does it cost to ship the Scroll Compressor?
Shipping is a 250 Dollar Flat rate Fee. In store pick up will also be available at our retail locations.

Does the Scroll Compressor still need an air Filter/Drier?
Just like a piston compressor the scroll compressor compresses air which causes the air temperature to rise and moisture to condense Therefore the same Filtration and moisture separation will be needed to ensure clean dry air.

What are the maintenance requirements?
After the first year we specify an oil change and every three years we specify an oil and filter change. There is an air filter, an oil filter and a moisture separator/filter that would be changed at that time.

Where is this Compressor Made?
The air compressor is made in China to Eastwood's specifications. We do all validation and testing of products here in the USA to ensure that they meet our exacting standards.

How does a scroll compressor work?

A scroll compressor uses two interleaving scrolls to pump, compress or pressurize fluids, including liquids and gases. One of the scrolls is typically fixed, while the other scroll orbits without rotating, which results in trapping, pumping or compressing pockets of fluid between the scrolls.

Another method for producing the compression motion is co-rotating the scrolls at the same time, but with offset centers of rotation. The relative motion is the same as if one were orbiting around the other.

How do you quiet an air compressor?

The easiest solution to quieting an air compressor is to buy a new ultra-quiet model. If you are looking for a way to quiet your existing air compressor, there are some tips that you can follow.

You can install an intake silencer, which will help to dampen the sound produced by the incoming air rushing through the filter of your air compressor. Another tip is to install anti-vibration pads under your stationary air compressor. You can also build your own soundproof box to house your air compressor.

If those methods don't work, it is recommended to move your air compressor as far away from you as possible or wear hearing protection when near your air compressor.

Is a scroll or a rotary compressor better?

In general, rotary air compressors have more power and can cool more air than a scroll air compressor. Rotary compressors are usually a better option in larger central air conditioning systems, but the power could be wasted if used in a smaller central unit or a window air conditioner.

Despite its ability to cool larger quantities of air, a rotary air compressor is typically less expensive than a scroll air compressor.

Scroll air compressors are becoming increasingly popular because they are usually more efficient, energy-saving, durable, reliable and much quieter compared to rotary air compressors.

Shipping & Handling

Shipping: There is a $250 flat rate shipping fee for shipping in the Contiguous United States.

Liftgate Service: Is highly recommended, or sometimes required, for delivery of this product. If you have a safe method of unloading without a liftgate, you will have the opportunity to remove liftgate service at checkout. Please note that the truck driver will NOT assist in unloading the product for you. We are not responsible for personal injury or damage to the product resulting from unloading the merchandise without the benefit of a liftgate, delivery dock or forklift.

In the Box


  • (1) Eastwood Elite QST® 30/60 Scroll Air Compressor
  • (1) Moisture Drain Bottle, 500ml, Clear
  • (1) Lid Assembly for Drain Bottle
  • (1) 90 Degree Brass Barbed Fitting
  • (3) M5x0.80x20 Phillips Round Head Screws with Lock Washers and Nuts (1 set installed in Lid Assembly)
  • (1) Eastwood Instruction Manual

    This new and improved compressor doesn't include a hood like previous units. The hood has been removed for improved performance and easier maintenance.

  • Guides & Accessories


    Always turn off the compressor or disconnect from power when not in use.

    Click here for product instructions.

    I have heard of customers say they had moisture in the oil tank. Is this a problem?

    We have found that with humid climates and intermittent use, the scroll compressor will ingest moisture. If the moisture filter is not replaced or gets saturated, moisture can collect in the oil tank. Rest assured this moisture will NOT be collected in the air tank nor enter your air supply. While the excess moisture will not hamper performance of the unit it can be a nuisance with oil mist expelling through the unloader valve (the port under the pressure switch).

    To resolve this occasional issue, the Moisture Drain Kit comes pre-installed on the the new Elite 30/60 Scroll Compressor (item 63600) for better performance.

    What is optimum oil fill level?

    Oil should be filled halfway between the ADD and FULL marks, not the whole way to the FULL line.

    What improvements have been made to this new Eastwood QST 30-60 Scroll Air Compressor?

    To increase the performance of this unit, a new and improved pressure switch has been added for longer service life in a wider variety of conditions.

    The hoodless design offers superior cooling, easier serviceability, and no sacrifice in noise reduction.

    A moisture drain kit is now included and makes it easier then ever to drain any oil tank moisture build up so the compressor always runs at peak performance.

    Safety Information

    Always read and fully understand operators manual before using this product. Always consult a certified electrician to install the unit. Always keep hands out of the way of rotating components. Never operate this tool in wet conditions due to electrical shock hazard. Never weld to the tank of a compressor.

    Click here to see safety products


    Rated 4 out of 5 by from There is no one like 30/60 Never had anything like this 30/60 I’m pleased with it but there was a error with the switch it only worked for about three services it did not work anymore I had to order a new one from Eastwood but in general I’m well pleased
    Date published: 2022-04-05
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Loud unloader, on an otherwise awesome machine I'd give this compressor 5 stars except for this. The unloader cycle is about 10sec long, is completely unmuffled, and due to design and placement, unmufflable using traditional options. For a machine that is designed and advertised for it's decibel levels, seems strange that this would be omitted. Around 10-15db spike during unloading. I stuffed a piece of open cell foam against it to attenuate a bit, but really wish it had been addressed. Loudest thing in my shop. Compressor sound levels in the running state is a dream come true.
    Date published: 2022-03-10
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from QST 30/60 Had the compressor for a week and love it so far. My only issues are shipping related. The top cover came with a large dent and scratches and oil was all over the unit. Had to buy additional oil because it was not full when it arrived. Maybe include 1 quart for initial top off?? Besides those issues the unit operates as advertised. It’s small, quiet and puts out plenty of air.
    Date published: 2022-01-29
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Purrrrs Nice and quiet! Blow off at max pressure last quite awhile. Maybe a stiffer spring in the blowoff valve.
    Date published: 2021-11-06
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from quiet with a few issues i got this a few months ago, after waiting a while for it to be available, and connected it after getting a 220 outlet in my shop. the compressor is quiet of course, and has enough air for my hobbyist activities, and modest painting setup. shipping was easy, it was secure on the pallet, albeit a bit hard to get off of the pedastal alone. my unit was shipped with the tank drain closed, when i opened it there was some pressure and rust colored water sprayed out. this of course was disappointing. I installed an auto drain from harbor freight, i havent checked recently to see if the rust color has disappeared, as there is a rust color stain under compressor drain now lol some oil leaked at first, but I couldn't ever find the source, and it stopped. i checked oil volume and still looked good, so i havent messed with it since. it is a bit of a chore taking the hood off to check the oil. at this price, there are a lot of options, for much higher output compressors, but none as quiet. this replaced a rather quiet (for what it is) piston quincy compressor. the footprint is actually sort of wide, but the unit is short, would be good for under some shelving or something all in all, its a nice unit, and looks like a steampink time machine with the hood off. but it is pricey, and if noise isnt your number one concern, there are a lot of options, time will tell how it holds up.
    Date published: 2021-09-23
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Rattle It's quiet for the most part, however the cover rattles where the screen is attached. The vibration is just as loud as the compressor.
    Date published: 2021-08-13
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Shipped with less than full oil reservoir. So far this compressor seems to be well worth the price. However, there are a few hidden costs that should be considered. Mine shipped with an adequate but not full reservoir of oil. Good thing I bought an "extra" quart. It was more than a pint low. Next, be aware that to get the best performance out of this unit one must use 1/2" air hose etc. Use of 3/8" or smaller will disappoint. Finally, take care to understand the shipping requirements, especially the lift gate service that many DIY customers will need. Communicate with the shipping company because a delivery failure will cost quite a bit. Eastwood conveyed an incorrect phone number for me that might have resulted in delivery failure had I not been proactive in talking to the shipper. There was no way that I could find to update my phone number on my Eastwood control panel. One last thing: better be prepared to handle a very heavy crate. This sucker weighs in at over 400 pounds! I've only run it for a few hours so may have more to report later on.
    Date published: 2021-02-24
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Great product, low attention to details. Really nice shipping crate and great industrial design. Unfortunately mine was clearly from a poor finishing assembly (bent cover). Few details would make this a 5 stars, power cord is NOT WIRED and you have to come with your preferred 240 prongs ... Same thing for the air lines, no coupler, up to you to come up with your fittings. So you have still to throw a couple of hundreds dollars to "finish" the product. However the noise level is astonishing. I added a layer of Dynamat XMat in the metal cover and as a joint between the cover and the tank. So silent .... The scroll engine is awesome.... So in short great (unfinished) product.
    Date published: 2020-04-28
    Rated 4 out of 5 by from Professional & Quiet Used this for the first time with the 100 lb abrasive blaster and Eastwoods #31633 filter. If you don't live in the desert, you NEED a filter to run with this compressor to avoid damage to your tools - After 4 hours of running, I opened the filter drain valve and about a cup of water drained out (I live in the PHL area)! Throughout the day of use, the compressor always had a strong & steady supply of air - Never missed a beat. With about the same decibel level of an air conditioner, my neighbors could sleep in on Saturday morning without me waking them up. At 300+ lbs, you better have a smooth/level floor to move the compressor around. Unlike me, I basically have mine permanently plumbed in my garage corner because my garage floor is a mess. My only concern, is that upon start up, the motor kind of sounds junky/loose/tired. I would think for the amount it costs, the motor startup should sound more firm and strong. I suppose time will tell how well this holds up.
    Date published: 2019-11-11
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Noisy not happy with a pressure switch that dumps 20 psi every time it runs and is loud doing it
    Date published: 2022-12-19
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Scroll compressor I’ve only been using this a few weeks. It’s already making weird noises starting up and shutting off. I hooked a 60 gallon tank up to it and the compressor doesn’t keep up with some of my air tools and creates a lot of moisture in the tank and in the air line even with the water separator attached. I have to drain it 3 times a day. I’m not overly impressed.
    Date published: 2022-08-24
    Rated 3 out of 5 by from Happily bummed I was led to believe this compressor would keep up with my cabinet sand blaster but it won't. I replaced an older piston compressor because it wouldn't keep up but this is still an upgrade simply from lower electrical bill and definately the noise level. This is the quietest compressor I have ever used. While disapointed in how it is represented, I am very pleased with the compressor.
    Date published: 2022-01-20
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Quiet but not that great of a value in the long run This compressor is very quiet like advertised but the build quality on it is very poor. Since I have hooked it up it has been spewing oil out of every gasket on the compressor and not to mention that it fills its oil reservoir with water which pushes all of the oil out. There is a reason this compressor is so much cheaper than others and it shows its true colors after you run it for a little bit. I would suggest staying away from these if you have other options.
    Date published: 2022-10-13
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Worked beautifully when it worked Bought this compressor almost exactly a year ago. I had never been so happy with a piece of equipment. Super quiet. Had the unit in the unfinished basement under my bedroom and someone could nap undisturbed while this was running. Yesterday I was doing some cutting and grinding using pneumatic tools and when I came down stairs I noticed it running louder and it had sprayed oil all over the place. That’s problem #1. Problem #2 is that I have been trying to get ahold of Eastwood support all morning. I have been buying stuff from Eastwood for years and I’m just extremely disappointed. Will probably think twice before purchasing anything else from them.
    Date published: 2022-04-04
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from QST 30/60 Arrived with a damaged cowling. After the compression reaches pressure and kicks off - it discharges oil from one of the valves.
    Date published: 2022-02-26
    Rated 2 out of 5 by from Oil Leak! My compressor has less than 1 hour of run time on it, but it already has a considerable oil leak coming from the metal pipe/oil tank fitting. Yes, the fitting is tight and no the oil tank is not overfilled. Look closely at the pictures I’ve attached and you’ll notice the oil about to drip from the fitting. This is after just seconds of the compressor running. I’ve contacted Eastwood about this issue, and after 10 days, they still keep telling me I should just be patient and a technician will eventually get to me. I’m considering purchasing the metal pipe replacement kit myself, just so that I can use the compressor without it making a big mess. I noticed another review here where someone else also had an oil leak. Eastwood responded to them saying this is not common and they have had great success with this compressor. I can confirm that I also have the oil leak issue, and that it’s been slow to get this issue fixed. That being said, this is a very quiet compressor and I’ve enjoyed using it until this oil leak developed (with less than 1 hour of runtime on it). If I can get the oil leak fixed, and no other issues come up, I would be happy with this product. It has however been a bumpy start with it.
    Date published: 2022-02-11
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from won't order anything expensive from them again. has never even ran! got the unit, well packaged and undamaged, but the new pressure switch wasn't installed and the instructions laid it out very simply. BUT NOPE. the new pressure switch is bigger, and the picture of the unit is NOT CLOSE to what it looks like. no riser on the switch, so it won't turn because it hits the tank. had to remove the whole valve, and the entire inside dirty and rusty. ordered all new valves.
    Date published: 2022-12-05
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Stay Away From These Purchased new for my residential garage and at 6 months the compressor failed and almost burnt down my garage. Eastwood replaced the compressor, and the replacement unit failed in 6 months just like the 1st unit. Eastwood replaced again and the 3rd unit burned up after 6 months same as the first two. Needless to say I wasn’t interested in trying a fourth compressor, Eastwood refunded my original purchase price. Great compressor while it worked but definitely a fire hazzard !
    Date published: 2022-11-30
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Poor quality control, replacement unit arrived damaged The first pump only lasted a few months of use, some of the parts on it were of 2nd or 3rd rate quality. Eventually eastwood replaced the unit (a very annoying process) and the replacement unit came all beat up. I could tell the crate was fine and they had packaged a very abused machine. Eastwood QC needs to wake up! This is a great machine when it works. my research point to there being a lot of duds. I was blown away by how quite the new one was compared to the first unit they sent me.
    Date published: 2022-04-26
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Another failure blows both capacitors fills garage with smoke Well I said I'd follow up on the experience of owning a QST30/60 and unfortunately it ain't good. About a year on the third unit now. Guess they aren't made to last more than a year. The first unit failure unit wouldn't turn on. It's replacement unit also failed in the same way. It's replacement, third unit, failed and Eastwood sent me limit switch, start and run cap and controller to replace myself. Once again I'm at the mercy of Eastwood, can't do any prep or painting, have to mitigate this damage to revenue and try to get customers to be patient and splain that once again there will be delays due to shop equipment failure. Eastwood has always responded but if you've ever had to replace it you'll understand it's a monster to get off and on the pallet they ship on and Eastwood doesn't provide any support for return s as far as shipping, reinstall, plumbing etc, your on your own there. Here's a picture of the blown caps and controller displaced by the caps blowing. Waiting to hear back after emailing customer support at Eastwood.
    Date published: 2022-02-23
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from BAD DESIGN This compressor seized after 2 hours of use. The oil was rust colored, the oiler design is defective, wasted 7 hours installing, removing and recrating it to return it. Eastwood customer service was very good.
    Date published: 2021-09-13
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Mega Problems After waiting several months for delivery, I finally received my compressor only to discover that the pressure switch/on-off switch didn’t work. I finally received a replacement switch that fixed that issue only to discover that the unit has two oil leaks. I haven’t heard back from Eastwood yet on this issue but to say I’m disappointed would be an understatement. I’m sure it will work out but I expect better and question their quality control.
    Date published: 2021-08-17
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from Don't waste your money I purchased this unit for a project. It failed in less than a year. Very little use. Heavy amount of water build up in compressor case. Was told drain water from case once a week(Really). Sent new filters hydraulic fluid on 4 month backorder. Scrapped unit bought another from another manufacture at my cost. Bad product once in your hands all costs on are on you. For repair you ship at your cost and they determine if it is under warranty. I never review anything but I thought this was important to buyers.
    Date published: 2021-03-03
    Rated 1 out of 5 by from What happened We purchased 2 30/60. They where working well . Then on a weekend 1 of them filled the shop with smoke and stopped running can't get a response for Eastwood .it's 2 years old need help , keith
    Date published: 2021-02-08
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    Questions & Answers

    Is it possible to install an after cooler between the pump and the tank on this unit? I live in a humid environment and on my current compressor the after cooler and filter prevent a majority of the moisture from getting into the tank. 

    Asked by: Oliver
    While it may be possible, Eastwood has never attempted this and does not recommend modification to the compressor. Modification of the compressor may result in voiding of the warranty. We would recommend frequent draining of moisture accumulation in the air tank and oil tank with the drying system plumbed into your air system after the compressor.
    Answered by: Nick BC
    Date published: 2022-03-31

    What is the flow rate at 40psi?

    Asked by: Mahanimal
    This will run at the same 12.7 CFM at 40 PSI due to it being a scroll style compressor it is able to put out its max CFM at 90 as well as 40 PSI
    Answered by: ZachC
    Date published: 2022-07-16

    Can the QTS 30/60 be installed outdoor / is it weatherized?

    Asked by: Josh
    This can not be installed outdoors it should be installed in a climate-controlled dry environment
    Answered by: ZachC
    Date published: 2022-02-23

    Does it come with an oil heater to make sure to evaporate any moisture that builds up in the oil?

    Asked by: AC23
    This machine does not come with an oil heater
    Answered by: ZachC
    Date published: 2022-10-23

    I need to purchase a replacement motor assembly. Do y’all stock this?

    Asked by: Rolly242
    Please contact our Sales team by calling: 800-343-9353 or by emailing
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2021-12-27

    Will it run a 1 in impact to take lugs of a semi truck 

    Asked by: Dillon
    You will need to check with your tool to make sure it is under the 12.7 CFM that the 32200 puts out
    Answered by: ZachC
    Date published: 2022-07-16

    Where is this product manufactured?

    Asked by: JustinM3
    This was designed in house here in PA but we do have this manufactured overseas in China to our specs. and standards.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2022-05-03

    Why is there no info on max pressure…..only cfm @ 90psi? Is that the max?

    Asked by: Wayne
    This unit has a max pressure of 145 psi.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2022-02-17

    I have the 30/60 in my shop. I have 2 hose reels and blast cabinet. I may do some painting. I want to replumb shop air with a MaxLine system. Should I use 3/4" or would 1/2 suffice. Shop is 42 x 64 feet

    Asked by: John
    3/4" would be strongly recommended for this aplication.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2022-07-03

    I'm getting aerated oil in the nylon hose from the moisture separator to the blow off valve and when it opens to relieve the pressure in the chamber it sprays oil on the side of the tank. It just started doing this, what failed?

    Asked by: Chachi
    Most likely just an overfilled oil level. Please reach us by calling 800-343-9353 or by emailing
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2021-12-06

    Does this run o 110 or 220

    Asked by: Brian46
    This requires 220-240V, 60Hz, Single Phase
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2022-07-03

    How much does the compressor weigh?

    Asked by: RAND
    The compressor itself weighs 325lbs.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2022-07-03

    I do restoration work. I won’t use this daily but I will paint every couple weeks. My biggest question is will I be able to an all over paint job and this compressor keep up? I also plan to chain in another tank for volume. Thanks for any feedback 

    Asked by: Chris
    Yes, this is plenty adequate for painting. It has a 100% duty cycle so it delivers a continuous 12.7cfm@90psi.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2021-12-06

    With this compressor, does it have the same water in the tank and lines as a conventional upright 60 gallon compressor? Will it require dryers for painting?

    Asked by: Bobhshot1
    Yes, these too will still generate moisture. A drying system will still be needed when using for painting, blasting etc.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2021-12-06

    I have an 80 gallon air compressor tank.  Would my tank work with the 30/60 scroll compressor as an auxiliary tank?

    Asked by: JakeBack
    Yes, you would be able to connect an auxiliary tank to increase the air capacity.
    Answered by: SeanW
    Date published: 2022-10-16

    Can this compressor handle a complete paint job using a Sata 5000?

    Asked by: Phil
    The QST 30/60 will have no issues delivering the 11 CFM @ 30 PSI that a Sata 5000 will need.
    Answered by: CodyB
    Date published: 2022-12-14

    Does this compressor come with the required oil, and filters or do you need to purchase the oil and filters in addition to the compressor?

    Asked by: Marty
    The oil and filters are included
    Answered by: vince
    Date published: 2021-04-26

    Can the casters be removed and the compressor bolted to the floor for a more permanent installation and security as long as appropriate floor spacers are used for ball valve clearance?

    Asked by: Waynek
    Yes, when appropriately supported with the right height spacers this unit can be floor mounted
    Answered by: vince
    Date published: 2021-10-16

    How long can I expect this to run my Hypertherm Powermax 45xp plasma cutter on CNC without interruption? Requires 6 cfm @90 psi. Can it keep up continually?

    Asked by: Jason
    This unit has a 100% duty cycle so constant delivery.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2022-11-25

    i could not figure out how to use the 20% off single item coupon i received by email.

    Asked by: John
    The 20% off coupons were to be used in the retail stores only.
    Answered by: vince
    Date published: 2021-01-04

    I saw one question answered that stated the unit should never be exposed to temperatures below 32F. While I would never use the compressor below freezing, can the unit be stored in an unheated external building where temps could drop to 5 degrees?

    Asked by: StevesCamaro
    Storing any compressor below freezing is not recommended 
    Answered by: I know more then you
    Date published: 2021-04-26

    Where does the moisture go after it comes out of the moisture separator? there doesn't appear to be a separate drain in noted in the manual/pictures/videos.  

    Asked by: geek
    Opps. Hit reported but mean to hit no. Anyway, We recently dumped over a quart of WATER/H20 from our oil reservoir tank after about a month of use on a CNC Haas VF4. (NOT the air tank the oil tank). The water filter was also utterly saturated. The oil in the tank was polluted and needed exchange, The water and oil filters were replaced as was the fluid. The indicator we had a problem was a lot of water w/ oil mix from the hose below the contactor at the front ( another posted noted that water filtrer need to be addressed if you see water coming out the front. So we checked. VERY glad we did.
    Answered by: countryguy
    Date published: 2022-09-26

    I have 3 phase 120v power at my shop. Line to line is 208V. Will that be okay to run this???

    Asked by: Nick
    This compressor must be run off of 220-240V, 60Hz, Single Phase only.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2023-04-12

    Can this compressor be hooked up to a larger auxiliary tank for more air capacity?

    Asked by: JustAsking
    Yes, you would be able to connect an auxiliary tank to increase the air capacity.
    Answered by: John S
    Date published: 2020-12-03

    What is length, width and height of this compressor?

    Asked by: GW23
    The scroll compressor is 44" wide X 39" tall X 21" deep
    Answered by: John S
    Date published: 2021-11-24

    when checking the oil should it be unscrewed and cleaned off and just placed back in to check level or do you screw it all the way back in and then back out to check level?

    Asked by: Kent S
    Make sure the power is off. Unscrew and clean, replace and screw all the way back in, remove and check the oil level.
    Answered by: John S
    Date published: 2021-08-01

    what size cable for 100 foot run

    Asked by: Bob27
    Recommend the use of at least an 8 gauge wire on a 30 amp circuit to help reduce any voltage drop that may occur over this longer run. Please consult with an electrician to ensure you are meeting all local code requirements.
    Answered by: John S
    Date published: 2020-07-09

    Is it normal for the blow off valve to operate for 45 seconds every time it stops. Or is there any adjustment on the blow off valve?

    Asked by: perfetech
    It is normal for the unloader valve to take approximately 45 seconds to relieve the air pressure in the scroll, oil tank and cooler. this is longer then a piston compressor simply because of the larger air volume in the assembly versus the cylinder of a piston compressor. there is no adjustment.
    Answered by: John S
    Date published: 2022-05-19

    Can I use a portable generator to operate. This compressor

    Asked by: will A
    It could be run off of a generator as long as it is at least 4,800 running watts and a surge of 9,600 watts.
    Answered by: Kelly H
    Date published: 2021-09-12

    Can this compressor be wired to run at 110v for home without 220 plug

    Asked by: Jackchao
    Our Scroll Compressor cannot run on 120v. The motor requires 220v to operate.
    Answered by: Scott C
    Date published: 2020-05-10
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    Eastwood Elite QST 30/60 Scroll Air Compressor with Quiet Technology
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