Very NICE indeed ! I'm jealous ! do you think it would be a good idea to mount a small fan above it to help keep it cool ? or does it not need any extra airflow around it ?
Hey gang!Thought I would show off my early Christmas gift to myself and my future airgun club. This is intended to save me time and money in the long run and be offered as a discounted club benefit for the PCP shooters in my area. Currently there are only two scuba shops that fill 4500psi and one of the owners is having health issues keeping him down right now. This beauty (I think beautiful at least, lol) filled my small 90ci buddy bottle after reaching pressure in less than two minutes and Jim tells me should fill my 75cu/ft fiber tank in less than fifteen. SO excited about just having to unplug my dryer's 220v cord and plug in my adapter cord and let her rip for fills now. No 20 to 30 minute drive to the scuba shops. Just pure awesomeness...-Dave
Nice compressor, Pezzer. I have a suggestion for you to make your compressor more convenient to use. Have you considered running an outlet from your existing dryer outlet box to another closer to your compressor? All outlet boxes on a single circuit are piggybacked. Just run 10 gauge Romex wire from the dryer outlet box connections to a new one near your compressor. Then you don't have to go behind the dryer each time to pull the dryer plug so you plug in your compressor. The only precaution is that you don't run your dryer and compressor at the same time so you aren't drawing too many amps for the circuit to deal with. I was fortunate in that I was able to keep my compressor on the other side of the wall that my dryer is on so my extra plug and space are perfect for me. I have a an on/off switch on my compressor but I still keep it unplugged when not in use.