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Super Quiet Compressor

Discussion in 'Airbrush Compressors' started by JPulliam, Apr 26, 2017.


  1. JPulliam

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    I saw this and thought it might be of interest.

    http://www.rockler.com/eagle-ea-200...d_Have You Seen This_V20305#turnto-qa-content


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    Looks, or rather sounds :), good. I need a larger tank though so not for me. Seems ideal for indoor use. Be good to know just how efficient it is at keeping cool. Those oiless ones tend to over heat and cut out from having to run continuously. If they solved that, then it seems a winner, though I also think that amount of work for the motor is bound to have an effect on longevity. Be good to see how they hold up over time.
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    Looking at the photos and by the sound I think it is the same or same style motor compressor head combination as is used on the California Air Tools model that has been suggested before. Just a thought. Someday I'm going to have something to replace my 60gal garage unit when they put me in old farts home.
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    Just collect all the old farts old farts. You might need a different type of filter though :-o lol.

    I think the California ones are louder than that? It seems ideal for those who have noise issues for sure.
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    I did some looking around online and found several that appear to use the same frame / panel assembly with various different motor / compressor assemblies mounted. I guess someone makes the frames and then sells them to other manufacturers or complete them to custom specs for other companies.

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