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List Price $799.99 Save $100.00 (12%)
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Estimated in-stock date 09-29-17
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This unit requires a shop compressor capable of a working output pressure of 60-90 psi. It is recommended that your shop compressor be capable of at least a 5 CFM flow rate. Less than 5 CFM will produce slower fill times.
This Booster should not be used for breathing air.
Approximate fill times with 5 CFM compressor:
The Air Venturi Power Booster creates independence from conventional fill sources. Finally, freedom from the SCUBA shop! The Power Booster is capable of operating in conjunction with an existing shop compressor to provide up to 4500 psi.
The shop compressor acts as the first stage, feeding up to 90 psi to the Booster. It is recommended that a shop compressor capable of delivering 60-90 psi at 5 cubic feet per minute (CFM) is used. A compressor producing less than 5 CFM may result in slower fill times.
The Power Booster is light weight, compact and far less expensive than a more conventional, stand-alone high pressure compressor. No more traveling to a SCUBA shop and no more time spent operating a hand pump to fill your PCP air guns. This Booster unit cuts out the middle man and (in the case of a hand pump) the physical strain. Welcome to the era of Air Independence!
Below are some links to compressors that will meet the recommended specs for use with the Power Booster:
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Things I liked: It works like it should. It dose not make a lot of noise. It pumps my Bulldog from 1500 psi in 9 minutes and in less than 7 minutes from 2000. It pumps my Marauder from 2000 in 6 minutes . I'm using a brand new California Air Tools 10020C compressor.
Things I would have changed: It dose not come with oil. The instructions say use compressor oil or hydraulic oil. When I went to the hardware store they only had hydraulic oil. I called PA and they said synthetic 10W-30 could be used and not to use hydraulic oil. Comes in a really nice box....with only one plastic tie holding it together ? The instructions are lacking.
What others should know: The water filter works and relieves it's self when pressure is disconnected. It makes a puddle. I'm not sure what happens when it becomes full during use ? My compressor puts out a lot of water . It seems to blow off at 60 psi and bounces between 40 and 60 psi. The pump starts right after you turn the booster on. The booster dose not get warm . It seems to get colder.
Things I liked: It's small and it doesn't require electricity. Easy to use right out of the box.
Things I would have changed: It is painfully slow to fill either Scuba or Carbon Fiber Tanks. I tried first with a 125psi 5.5SCFM compressor and gauge didn't even move once it got to 1500 psi. Not very efficient with the air that goes in the unit no matter how high the compressor capacity or the SCFM.
What others should know: It's ok to refill your PCP rifle. If you want to use it to fill let's say an 80cf SCUBA tank it can take forever. I mean compressor running continuously for hours and hours.
Things I liked: not so sure yet ,, first off the output to the gun leaked and was as tight as it should be,, replaced with another with the exact thread pattern ,,leak stopped and it is more flexible than the stock output hose ,, the no kink hoses are the best ,,expensive but well worth the price and ya aint gotta fight it like the wire stranded stiff stock hose.will update when my new compressor arrives
Things I would have changed: add the no kink hose to the pump as a stock item and make it work on less input and cfm air pressure as i had to order a 6cfm at 90 psi compressor
What others should know: you compressor must provide at least 5 to 6 cfm at 85 psi,, yes its rated at 90psi but 80 to 85psi is a little in my opinion safer
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Where exactly does to oil it uses go. Does it get burned up like diesel in the pistons of the pump? There is no mention of emptying any type of oil catch on the high pressure side. Only the mention of a built in moisture filter. How clean exactly is the air produced by this unit?
I emailed Air Venturi directly about this and got a response within 24hrs, which in my opinion is pretty good. Any way, there is an oil catch on the bottom of this unit that is recommended to be emptied every five uses. That will probably vary depending on what size air cylinder you are filling though. Hope this helps anyone with the same question I had.
I'm waiting for this unit to come in, in the mean time I'd like to know what type of oil to use? The manual says hydraulic oil. I have premium hydraulic oil ISO 32 and pneumatic tool lubricant, can I use either of these or should I go and get some synthetic 10 W 30 that some people have answered in this question section.
The hydraulic oil you have would work. As would the Synthetic 10w30
My shop compresser is 5.7cfm @ 90psi. Would this work or would it damage the booster?
That will work perfectly.