Date: 17/8/2018 5:10
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Customers Q&A on AirForce E-Pump Compressor 4500 PSI

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  • Moe from USA asked:

    I see now that the est. in-stock date has been moved back to 09-05-18 from 08-06-18, what happened?

    • Moe from USA:

      Called AirForce and was told the delay is due to a "packaging issue which has been addressed". The est. in-stock date remains early Sept.

    • Tyler from USA:

      Good question. I'd recommend giving airforce a call and asking directly

  • KOGA from USA asked:

    Do you know the country of manufacture?

    • Tyler from USA:

      China

  • William from USA asked:

    Has this pump been properly tested??? Motorizing a Hand pump for $800+ is not going to last period, not only that, these pumps will not stand up to filling fiber tanks. You can buy a 110v pump from walmart for $300 or less in many different configurations and get a 4 year care plan for $53! As for running the 110v from 12v dc you can just use a 12v to 110v inverter for 30 to $80 just buy the one that produces the correct watts.

    • Tyler from USA:

      I've yet to see any reviews of one

  • Samer from USA asked:

    Watch the release date get extended again??? So frustrating, also the fortitude...we will see, hope Im wrong

    • Samer from USA:

      I knew it...forget this compressor. I will buy something else. Lost my faith in this product...must be something wrong, initial release date was months ago..

  • Abdullah from USA asked:

    Can I pre order this item with Afirm, thanks

    • Tyler from USA:

      Looks like it

  • Paul from USA asked:

    To charge a Benjamin Carbon Fiber Tank 90cu. in approximately 3 hours 30 minutes from 0 to 4500 psi. 2500 to 4500 psi. takes 1 hour 30 minutes. It maintains a temperature between 110 - 130 F. Automatically shuts off when it reaches set pressure or at 4500 psi. {email from Rachel Gonzales at Auto-Numatic Corp. lRetail Products Division AirForce AirgunsCorp}

    • Paul from USA:

      I hope this answers some questions I hope that this answers some questions

  • amos from USA asked:

    How many times can you answer the same questions before throwing your monitor across the room?

    • Tyler from USA:

      We're still a long way from that point

  • duane from USA asked:

    Fx tried this approach and it was a failure. I have one in the shop.

    • Wong Sui Leung from Hong Kong asked:

      How long is the actual arrival date? l paid for!

      • Tyler from USA:

        Looks like the last update was for early april

    • Tom from USA asked:

      I feel sorry for the guy that's has to read the and answer the same question over and over again. In the courts they would say "asked and answered" doesn't anyone read the questions before you ask one or do you just like see your name in print?

      • Tyler from USA:

        Ha! So true.

    • Jason from USA asked:

      Are these ever going to be in stock?

      • Tyler from USA:

        Last update was towards the end of April

    • al from USA asked:

      Called Airforce, was told this compressor is built off shore, also it is a motorize version of their hand pump.

      • Tyler from USA:

        Correct

    • Terry from USA asked:

      Where is it made?

    • Moe from USA asked:

      Folks, a lot of repetitive questions are being asked and answered. Please read the Q & A before asking your question.

      • Tyler from USA:

        Agreed

    • Steven from USA asked:

      What are fill times on a 88 cu. ft. bottle from empty?

      • Tyler from USA:

        No idea yet

    • joe from USA asked:

      What are the fill times for all the different bottle sizes How does it stay coool Is it an actual compressor or booster

      • Tyler from USA:

        This is an actual compressor. Stand alone unit. Still awaiting info on fill times.

    • John from USA asked:

      How do u keep the moisture out of the air?

      • Tyler from USA:

        This is very difficult to do. I believe the unit does have some kind of filtration on it, but how effective it will be is unknown at this time

    • jeff from USA asked:

      little vague on whether it can fill an air venturi 78 c.f. tank to 4500psi

      • Tyler from USA:

        That's because it's not really known yet. More information will be posted as it becomes available

    • Ed from USA asked:

      Another question. The dual voltage feature of the unit makes me wonder if it uses both a DC and an AC motor, or if 115v AC is rectified to DC. Still more heat if the latter.

      • DEZIII from USA asked:

        HOW MUCH TIME IS NEEDED TO FILL DIFF SIZE TANKS.

        • Tyler from USA:

          Don't know yet

      • DEZIII from USA asked:

        CAN YOU FILL TANKS OR IS IT JUST FOR THE RIFLE AND PISTOLS '

        • Tyler from USA:

          More likely a small tank and rifles/pistols filler, rather than large tanks

      • Maureen from USA asked:

        Does this pump have a filter on it to remove moisture? Thanks Maureen

        • Tyler from USA:

          I believe so, recall seeing one. How effective it is, I cannot say though

      • Ed from USA asked:

        A compressor of this sort could be an incredible asset to shift the concerns of the entire airgun community, reducing range anxiety much like that of an electric vehicle and plug-ins. My questions are: Is there any compressed air storage of any sort with the unit? Or does output go directly out to the gun or tank only? What is the volume it provides? Are fill times reduced, equal, or improved over comparable compressors? Compression to this level creates considerable heat. How does the unit handle it?

        • Tyler from USA:

          Output goes directly into the device being filled. There is still a lot of information we do not know/have on this yet.

      • Nelgomez from USA asked:

        Does this unit requires a shop compressor?

        • Tyler from USA:

          No, it is a stand alone unit

      • WILLIAM from USA asked:

        Does this device use operator added oil or water? How is the unit cooled? How long to fill a 90 cu.in tank from 0 to 4,500 PSI?

        • Tyler from USA:

          Not sure on how it is cooled. probably fan cooled. Do not recall seeing any oil or water in use with it.

      • Yujister from USA asked:

        How long does it take to fill a 90ci tank ?

        • Tyler from USA:

          Still waiting on that info

      • gendoc from USA asked:

        how long does it take to fill a 88CI bottle ?

        • Tyler from USA:

          Still waiting on that info

      • Bill from USA asked:

        What is the fill time on a 490 cc tank from 0psi to full.

        • Tyler from USA:

          Still waiting on more info from Airforce

      • Gary from USA asked:

        What are the external dimensions? Any idea what estimated time is to fill a 90 cu in bottle?

        • Paul from USA:

          QTo charge a Benjamin Carbon Fiber Tank 90cu. in approximately 3 hours 30 minutes from 0 to 4500 psi. 2500 to 4500 psi. takes 1 hour 30 minutes. It maintains a temperature between 110 - 130 F. Automatically shuts off when it reaches set pressure or at 4500 psi.

        • Tyler from USA:

          Still waiting on more info from Airforce

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