What to know before you buy 110V Auto-Stop Air Compressor 30MPA 4500PSI 300Bar Electric High Pressure PCP Rifle Refilling Air Pump Water Cooling Airgun
Power 110V 60HZ Motor Power 1.8KW Charge pressure 30MPA Working Pressure 300BAR 30MPA 4500PSI. Air pump inflating speed 2800r min Work flow 50L min Practical test 0.5 liter cylinder filled for 4 minutes to 300BAR 30MPA 4500PSI Oil standard IS0 VG 46 AW 46.. WIDE APPLICATION Perfect for fire fighting, paintball, leakage detecting, pressure-tight test, automobiles, air impermeability test, pressure proof test, etc.. PREMIUM QUALITY Designed with two-stage compression and two water-oil separators for performance stability. It takes only 54 minutes to fill full 6.8L tank to 300BAR.. COOLING SYSTEM Please prepare enough cooling water, it is recommended to be a vat of water to achieve better cooling effects. The water in container should be no less than 20L 5 gallon.WORKING WITHOUT WATER IS FORBIDDEN . ATTENTION The machine will Auto-Stop when the pressure reaches 300BAR 30MPA You can set any pressure which less 300BAR 30MPA ,When this set-pressure is reached, the machine will Auto-Stop. you will not have to turn it off manually,the machine will Auto-Stop. Notice The temperature sensor is only compatible with AG13, 357A, CX157 and LR44W 1.5V batteries batteries are NOT included and needs to be installed.
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I just got into PCP air rifles and I m too old for the manual PCP air pumps. The name brand electric pumps are crazy expensive so I thought I d give this one a chance and see how it works out. As you can tell from my title I m very satisfied with the pump. I m not filling a big tank, just a little 13 CI bottle on the gun itself to 3000 psi and it doers that in a few minutes and the temps stay below the recommended for safe operation. Heat is the killer on these and the manual says that between 50C and 70C is the safe area. The lower the better. I never see over 45C in the time it takes me to fill my bottle... that might change when I get a larger SCBA to charge and fill from. Have to wait and see on that.