d. Flexible Hose. A fifty foot (15.25 meters) long flexible hose (5) equipped with inflation devices (6) is furnished
with the unit to provide a method of transferring the compressed air.
c. Belt Guard. The belt guard (7) prevents debris and personnel from becoming entangled in the drive belts and
keeps personnel away from rotating parts.
f. Air Gage. The air gage (8) indicates the pressure of the air stored inside the receiver tank.
Figure 1-2. Location of Major Components.