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1-year limited warranty
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List Price $3,500.00 Save $304.00 (8%)
as low as $282/month
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It is recommended that this compressor be used to fill scuba tanks and other types of high volume devices you may use to charge your airgun. When filling air bottles, do not leave the compressor unattended! Do not use for breathing air!
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Things I liked: Everything pro grade equipment you can't go wrong buying this item no more trips to the dive shop no more than ripping you off for hundred pounds five hundred pounds here and there you know before you leave the gadge says 3300psi you get home it says 3000,i get robed every time can I have a bad shooting experience this changes all of that I went out and bought a 4500 PSI tank I got this machine I timed it I top it off from 2000 - 4500 in 8 minutes this machine is a winner. And you can take it with you on the back your truck all you need to do is get to 300 din feamale adapter with niple on end and you can fill any tank anywhere thats right anywhere,, this is the greatest machine I've ever bought Pyramyd Air thank you so much every gun session every hunt every target practice is a blessing are you air gunners this is actually 10 Stars Pyramyd Air you're the best
Things I would have changed: Absolutely nothing I am so pleased with this product I can't say anything not one single thing bad about it only thing I can say is that you have to fill your tanks to the right side of the machine when you're facing the side that doesn't have the cover on it because the exhaust from it
What others should know: Stop at nothing to buy one of these save your money sell one of your guns or to your guns get this machine it cuts out all the crap going back and forth wasting all that gas going to the dive shop not only are you putting miles on your car or however you get to and from dive shop how many times should go to the dive shop and you have 3300 PSI that gave you and you get home and it's only 3000 I timed it from 2100 to 4500 PSI in my tank that is a 4500 PSI tank 8 minutes this is a no-brainer guys don't buy any other machine but this product no one else sells it for this price if you don't want all that aggravation of going back and forth to the dive shop and not being able to get your tank at times cuz they close this is a no-brainer buy it from Pyramyd Air no matter what because nobody else has it at such a good price and the thing is built prograde just like the firemen use only there's a setup for breathable air like I said you'd be a fool to buy any other place buy from Pyramyd Air
Things I liked: Looks well built, but performance I cannot comment on as the manual is not clear on operation. At least not to me, so I have not attempted to use it. Pretty useless if you are afraid to operate it for lack of concise instructions. I do admit that I am less than mechanically inclined, but most things I have purchased have step by step instruction for use.
Things I would have changed: Ensure manual gives STEP by STEP instruction for starting, hookup to tank, filling, and securing unit. Or PA should develop this and send it out with unit.
What others should know: Be aware that if like me you cannot follow the manual or already know how to operate a HP compressor, that repeated inquiries to PA will not even be answered with at least a "can't help you" answer. First try they did send an Email copy of the manual I already possessed. Four more inquiries have gone totally unanswered. Pretty sad when you consider I have spent over 17,000 dollars there in last two years.
Things I liked: Quality built
Things I would have changed: Nothing
What others should know: When I bought this compressor my concern was parts. I am no longer concerned about parts. In Atlanta,Ga USA their is a parts distributor. After I got this unit un-boxed and gave it a good inspection. I noticed most parts are common parts found easily here in the USA. The gas motor can be replaced with a Briggs..ect. The compressor is built to last a very long time. I give it a 10.
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Does anyone who has this compressor have a good step by step sequence for starting , filling, and securing. Manual is confusing on steps. Have written pyramyd air for help but other than emailing the same manual have been absolutely no help and have ignored all further requests for help.
Hello, I have had mind about two years now. Works well but one time I did have to drain the carburetor bowl because if junk in the bottom of the bowl. So.......starting, (1) Connect your fill bottle to the full hose. (2) Make sure the bottle valve is closed and the bottle release valve is also closed. (3) Open both release drain valves on the compressor. (4) put choke on (if cool outside). (5) Move the gas lever to about one half open. (6) Turn the on switch to (on) from off (located on side of motor. (7) Pull the start rope as needed to get the gas engine running. (8) After the engine is warned -up and running okay close BOTH DRAIN VALVES on the compressor. (9) As the pressure builds up on the fill gauge located on the hose OPEN the FILL BOTTLE. (10) You will see the pressure slowly build-up in the FILL BOTTLE GAUGE. (11) When the FILL BOTTLE GAUGE READS 4,500 psi CLOSE the FILL BOTTLE VALVE. (12) Working fast, with fill bottle valve closed......turn the switch to the off position and shut the engine down. You air tank should be filled. I also let some air blow out the two relief drain vales about every 10 minutes of running the compressor. Open each one for about 3-5 seconds at a time you will see a lot of water blow out, close when no more comes out. I am sure this is the same procedure for the electric model. I hope this helps, if not call me 301 977-4405...Maryland
Is there any American manufacturer that makes a compressor for pcp airgun tanks? The major problem for anything made in Italy is finding parts or someone to repair them when they break down. Everything mechanical ALWAYS breaks down eventually! Other than the outrageous price per unit, I really have no faith in the quality of the offerings sold here, and will drop my interest in going pcp unless my faith is restored. The nearest dive shop around here is a 45 minute drive. That kind of fill up is not realistic, nor is using a hand pump for a man my age. So, it's a good quality compressor or not at all!
How long it'll take to fill up 88 cu ft tank?
About 45 min. to an hour.
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