April 3, 2019 at 7:31 pm #23596sandalelectParticipant
I just got off the phone with Tony from Talon tunes and he is going to be sending me my new Air Venturi compressor, I tried to find a Bauer, but just could not swing the prices that I was being given. The local dive shop is about to change hands and the new owners will not fill a tank unless you are dive certified.April 12, 2019 at 10:08 pm #277123sandalelectParticipant
Got my air Venturi compressor on Tuesday, I followed the instruction did the break in ten minute run then filled two guns just to see how well it worked, it filled my 9mm Ultra from 0 to 3000 in three minutes and the .22 in two minutes. Have not filled any tanks yet but I will when I get the dry air intake filter, extra dry packs, extra compressor oil and extra output filters. So far so good.April 13, 2019 at 6:56 am #277125birdmanParticipant
Sand , glad to hear that you are happy with your new Air Venturi Compressor set-up , looks like it is fast and easy , what I really would like
to know is what is the total cost of your compressor with all filters and every thing that is needed in order to make it work and how often
do you need to change filters .
FROM : THE BIRDMAN :5:May 19, 2019 at 9:41 pm #277182zonkParticipant
Sounds like a fast filling compressor, don’t the air tube get hot when filling that fast?May 8, 2020 at 11:44 am #534366genetParticipant
Holy year-old posts Batman! Somewhere here I posted when I got my AV compressor (circa 2014). It’s going strong. I’m still under 50 hours, so I haven’t replaced the oil or the filter yet – which means I have the spare filter (and gaskets, and a bunch of other stuff) from the original shipment. No complaints to date. Until a couple weeks ago it was filling a scuba tank to 3000psi. I stepped up to a 250bar rifle, and it’s filled that a few times and I now have a 100cuft. cylinder for 4500psi, but I have not yet filled that. Other than lacking an hour meter (which I added) it’s been perfect.
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