anybody know this compressor?

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  1. N4521U

    N4521U Well-Known Member

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    I've found this for sale and would like to know if anyone is familiar with it? does it have a tank? is it reliable? any other thing you may know about it.

    it also has an airbrush which I will be wanting to trade here in the forum for something as I have a reliable Paasche.

    cheers, Bill
     

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    That is a tankless unit Bill...
     
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    But is there anything anyone can tell me about it????????????????

    Does it work well and is it worth buying???????????????????

    Does it work well at low pressures??????????????????????????
     
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    Can't really tell from the pic, but it looks like a compressor sold under various labels, one of which is 'Studio Compressor', as does the airbrush. IF it is the same one, then it is a relatively high capacity, oil-less piston type, with adjustable pressure regulator, allowing low-pressure running, and works well. Typical retail price in the UK is around £70. It's the one I was going to buy, but was out of stock, so I got a different type, not as good, but good enough.
     
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    Thanks AF, that's what I was looking for. cheers, Bill
     
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