Tooty Airbrush Compressor by NO-NAME Brand
Air Compressor with tank for airbrush. by NO-NAME Brand
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Warranty: 1 year
- Oil Free Design
- L 13" W 5 1/2" H 14 1/4"
- Compressor housing material: Metal
- Auto-Shut off at 57 psi (4 bar); Auto-Start at 43 psi (3 bar)
- Compressor Regulator: 0-100 psi (0-7 bar) - Equipped with Filter and Gauge
- 3L air tank to provide consistent air flow (no pulsations)
- 6 foot power cable
- 1/6 HP
- 110 Volt
- Air Flow: 20-23 L / Minute
- Noise Level: 47 dB / 1m
- Small airbrush compressor with powerful motor, suitable for airbrushes with up to 0.7mm nozzle (round spray cap).
- 1/8" connection
- On/Off Switch
- Suction Cups on bottom for added stability
Looking for cheap airbrush compressor and good quality combination? You found it! Our Tooty airbrush air compressor is suitable for commercial spraying, cosmetics, nail studios and Tattoo designs, illustrations, hobbies modelling, fishing lures, hobby air compressor, and much more. The AG-326 is a great airbrush compressor with tank (3 liter) air tank to help deliver consistent airflow and stop the pulsations that tankless compressors often deliver.
Tooty can be used as a model airbrush compressor, as well as automotive airbrushing air supplier! We believe it is the best airbrush compressor with tank in it's price category.
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The compressor arrived in excellent condition, and works fine so far. The compressor runs for about 65 seconds to fill the 3 liter tank from empty. The compressor will come on after about 15 seconds of constant non-stop "full throttle" spraying with my Badger 105 airbrush using a 0.3 nozzle and 20psi setting. The compressor is pretty quiet and stable when running. The pressure regulator is easy to set, and the moisture trap drain valve is easy to operate. I really like it so far, after about a week of use.
I've only had one starter compressor to compare this bad boy to, but dear lord I don't know what else one could want in a dual tank compressor. It's quiet, it's smooth, it's just a damn good quality product. I have only used it twice and I feel optimistic that as long as I maintain it like SG says, I should be holding onto this little engine that could for quite some time. Oh and I can't forget the shout out to Gary who packed this smooth criminal and included a DOPE Spraygunner sticker. My experience with SG so far has been nothing short of perfect.
This is my first compressor with a tank and while it's taking some getting used to, the pros FAR outweigh the cons. Let's start with the downsides... It's a bit loud when filling up. Noticeably louder than the Amazon brand tankless compressor I had been using but not by a terrible amount. I work nights so I'm often up at night when I'm off and have to shut my window when this turns on so I don't bother the neighbors. This won't be an issue during the winter/summer when the windows are close or the AC is running, but on nice nights like it is now, especially late at night, I wouldn't keep any windows open while it's filling up. This part isn't a con as it's just the way these compressors work, but if you've only used tankless compressors before, just remember that the tank will *always* release air, whether that's through the hose or any open pathway. Do NOT disconnect an airbrush or hose (unless you have a quick disconnect attached) as the entire 3 liters of air will blast out until it's empty. Turn the compressor off and release the air either through the airbrush or the emergency release valve. The pros list is huge! That noise when it fills up only lasts for about 2 minutes from an empty tank or about 20 seconds if refilling while using it. After that, it is TOTALLY silent. I can airbrush for a long time before it turns back on again to refill itself, and usually I'm done airbrushing by that point (I use it for miniature painting and typically use short bursts and eventually switch to a hand brush). The pressure is always consistent! With a tankless compressor, the pressure gauge jumps around like a step child throwing a temper-tantrum. I always had to keep checking my regulator to make sure the pressure was still where I wanted it to be. And forget switching brushes around, it would always lose it's setting. Not so with this compressor. You set it to where you want it and you're good! The upwards facing regulator gauge is great! Since I always keep my compressor below me, having a regulator gauge that I can see at a glance without having to bend my back is perfect :D The price is unbeatable! For a compressor with a 3L tank there's no better price on the market. Plus, it's hand tested for quality control before it ships and even if something does go wrong, the customer service is simply the best. They WILL figure out how to fix any issue! VERY glad I upgraded to this compressor and it's probably the absolute best for miniature painting and other "lighter" airbrush use.
Spraygunner was fast shipping and very satisfied as always sure to order more of my airbrushing supplies from them
AWESOME.. great air compressor.. I recently purchased a second one for separate work station... Super quiet.. couldn't be happier with this compressor
Wow this compressor is crazy quiet, I’ve owned other units and have never been the quiet. The idea of also having a tank to fill is great, fills in no time. I would recommend this compressor to all, not only am I a return modeler l also paint my own fishing lures for Bass fishing.
Quite and enough air to do my work due to the tank. Looking forward to many years of use.
I've been using this for awile now and Im Really Happy with The Tooty Compressor.
Excellent Compressor and Modestly priced