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Air Venturi Air Compressor, Electric, 4500 PSI/310 Bar, 110V

Air Venturi Air Compressor, Electric, 4500 PSI/310 Bar, 110V

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Air Venturi 4500 psi Electric Air Compressor

  • Max fill pressure 4500 psi
  • Adjustable output pressure, up to 4500 psi
  • Automatic shut-off feature
  • Internally water-cooled
  • Digital Temperature gauge (reads in Celsius)
  • Uses 110V electrical outlet
  • Noise level while running is 90 dB. This is similar to a food blender in terms of real world noise.
  • Weight: 76 lbs (without water and oil)
  • Dimensions: 18”L x 17”W x 17”H
  • For PCP airguns, Airsoft and Paintball tanks

When filling air bottles, do not leave the compressor unattended! Do not use for breathing air!



The Air Venturi 4500 psi compressor is all that you need to become your own air fill source. Whether filling a PCP air gun directly, carbon fiber tank,  or even a SCUBA tank, the Air Venturi Compressor can do it all. Plug the compressor into an 110V outlet and you're ready to fill airguns, paintball guns, and airsoft guns for years to come! With a built-in automatic shut-off feature that allows for adjustment of the output pressure up to 4500 psi, you can fill anything and everything air gun. Long gone are the days of relying on someone else to get the air you need for your air gun fun.

Each Compressor comes with a hose with a female quick disconnect fitting, a replacement output air filter, male to male fitting, male quick disconnect test plug, and extra seals and O-rings.

Approximate fill times:

  • 90 cu-in. bottle from 0 to 3000 psi in 10 minutes
  • 90 cu-in. bottle from 0 to 4500 psi in 15 minutes
  • 74 cu-ft. tank from 0 to 3000 psi in 35 minutes
  • 74 cu-ft. tank from 3000 to 4500 psi in 17 minutes
  • 74 cu-ft. tank from 0 to 4500 psi in 52 minutes
  • 88 cu-ft. scba tank from 3000 to 4500 psi in 20 minutes

 


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Item Code: AV-COMP4500 [PY-A-7458]
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By Frank from USA on 2017-09-23
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Things I liked: This is well made and easy to operate. Runs fairly quiet and is very easy to set up. Comes with a lot of spare parts for any repairs that you may need.

Things I would have changed: Needs to come with an hour meter and needs to have a better shipping container. I had to refuse the first one because UPS damaged the box and then delayed delivery for three days before they brought it out. When I saw the busted up box and attempted repackaging I refused delivery. I called Pyramyd and they sent out another one by FedX right away. Way to go Pyramyd !!!!!!!!!!!

What others should know: I used Distilled water in the cooling system no minerals to clog the system. Also used synthetic oil for crankcase it won't leave carbon deposits like regular oil will. You will have to use a rag under the bleeder vale because it will spit oil and water just put the rag under the valve and no mess. Spend the money and buy one you will not be sorry.

 

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By Chip from USA on 2017-09-18
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Things I liked: Works as advertised. Good quality case. Compressor loud, but not objectionably loud. Excellent cooling system.

Things I would have changed: Have a more accurate pressure gauge. I had one from my scuba days so I compared. Gauge was off by ten percent. It read ten percent high so it was not a safety issue but be aware the gauge on the compressor might not be exact. I would suggest setting the gauge lower than the pressure you need and gradually work up. Gauges on air pistols are not always correct. If you do use a scuba gauge NEVER EVER use it on your scuba gear after that. The traces of oil are ok for air guns but could literally kill a scuba diver at depth.

What others should know: Well worth the money. If gauge was accurate it would have gotten 5 stars.

 

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By Volodymyr from USA on 2017-08-18
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Things I liked: What are you looking for here in review comments? Trying to make a decision to buy or not to buy? Buy it already, you will not regret!

Things I would have changed: Add hour meter... but as it happened for me, I do not use compressor so frequently that I need one. I need to change oil once every three month... and as of now, I am only 9 hours in... but oil is already needs to be changed.

What others should know: Haven't you read what I said already? Buy it already. Stop reading review. this compressor is awesome.

 

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  • Keeper from USA asked:

    What if you over fill the oil? Instead of at the line indicated in the manual, it is about a 1/4" above it. Should I leave it or try to drain the excess?

    • Tyler from USA:

      Shouldn't be an issue to be above the line. Just don't want to be below it or spilling out of the top of the fill hole.

  • Dr Billy from USA asked:

    the connector is it 8mm?

    • John from USA asked:

      I live in a high humidity area and am wondering if the output compressed air will be sufficiently dry to use in my rifles as is, or is and additional moisture filter recommended? If an additional moisture or desiccant filter is suggested, which ones do you recommend?

      • Tyler from USA:

        If you use the compressor inside where there is AC, you shouldn't have an issue. That said, outside where it is taking in humid air, a dryer or secondary filter would be a good idea. There are many good options out there.

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