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D-500 Air Compressor

by Paasche


Economical and suitable for all airbrushes spraying properly thinned fluids. Capable of delivering up to 40 lb. pressure. Oilless diaphragm unit comes with a grounded three wire cord. Operates on 115 volt, 1 phase, 60 cycle, 1 /10 hp, 3 amps, and delivers 0.5 cfm at 20 psi. Is CAS approved and UL Listed.

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D-500 Air Compressor

by Paasche

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Don I. from Ontario, Canada says:

I've had one of these for about 15yrs. Still works like new.I have used it for everything I have ever painted. The sustained pressure is about 20- 25 psi (according to my gauge) The control knob is a...[more]

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Rated by: Don I. in Ontario, Canada
I've had one of these for about 15yrs. Still works like new.I have used it for everything I have ever painted. The sustained pressure is about 20- 25 psi (according to my gauge) The control knob is a bit small though, and many times I've had to use pliers if I tighten it to much and it gets stuck, so I added my own flow control. Quite noisy for it's size, and I like to work at night in my garage, so I have to be mindful of the time (for the neighbors). Because it vibrates; it is noisier on a hollow floor vs a concrete floor etc. It also lacks an on/off switch which I solved by plugging it into a power bar that I could use my toe to start and stop. I paid $80 for mine. Completely maintenance free. The cord is longer than what is pictured here. Price 5/5 ease of use 5/5 Value 5/5 Noise Level 2/5 Features 2/5 Quality 4/5 Used Acrylics, latex, enamels For Illustrations, helmets, models, fridges, small murals etc.
Rated by: Sanjae D. in Brooklyn, NY
This comrpessor is not the most quier that you will find but it delivers much more than expected in wieghs very little, and the air flow can eaily be controlled with the adjustable knob, it is deffinately worth the money and much more, its electrically efficient and can go for hours and hours without getting hot or losing pressure.

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