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Scuba Diving Compressor

$2,350.00

We are trying our best to keep up with the demand, at the present, expected lead time is  1 month.

Compressor will ship via Fedex Freight Service and will need to ship to a commercial address. Please contact us if you need help meeting these shipping requirements.

The most practical portable compressor in the world. Compact, light weight and completely marinized (all components made to survive in the marine environment) This compressor is powered by a 110V electric motor that only draws 13 amps (max).  This guarantees you can use it anywhere there is an outlet or power it with a small generator. Designed to be quiet, easy to transport and store. Perfect for use on the boat!

This product will be delivered within 14-30 days

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The most practical portable compressor in the world. Compact, light weight and completely marinized (all components made to survive in the marine environment) This compressor is powered by a 110V electric motor that only draws 13 amps (max).  This guarantees you can use it anywhere there is an outlet or power it with a small generator. Designed to be quiet, easy to transport and store. Perfect for use on the boat!

Additional information

Weight155 lbs
Dimensions48 × 35 × 25 in

Q & A

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What about a 220-240 V version for those of us who don't live in the U.S.? We would order one right away! Kathy asked on April 5, 2022
Answer
Kathy, Unfortunately we don't have it on the market today, but we are working towards it. Nina Zhukova answered on April 5, 2022 store managerstore manager
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I have a 3000W 120v inverter, would that be enough to power this unit? Warren Cook asked on January 11, 2022
Answer
Hi Warren,Most 3000W inverters are enough to start up the unit if they have any overflow capacity. You can check if your inverter has any overflow capacity to accomodate the startup wattage of devices. This is sometimes listed as a built-in soft start. After startup the draw will drop back closer to 1600W.If you have any other questions please feel free to email me.Thanks, Sean Walsh [email protected] Nina Zhukova answered on January 12, 2022 store managerstore manager
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Will you offer a 220V AC unit or a 24V DC unit? Steve Cowart asked on December 16, 2021
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Steve, thank you for your question. Quite often we get this question. Unfortunately, we have no news in this direction yet. We plan to start development in late 2023, early 2024. Nina Zhukova answered on December 20, 2021 store managerstore manager
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What is the duty cycle rating of the unit? In other words, how long does it have to cool before filling another tank? Also, what is the frame size of the motor? Also, what country is the unit made in? Also, do you have spare filter cartridges available? Jim asked on December 16, 2021
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Does the compressor shut off automatically when it reaches 3000psi or do you need to monitor it? Patrick Marlowe asked on October 15, 2021
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Mr. Marlowe You need to supervise the unit and turn it off. The water condensate needs to be vented every 15 minutes as well. If you have any other questions feel free to contact out engineer via email [email protected] Nina Zhukova answered on October 18, 2021 store managerstore manager
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