Paasche Pro Series DC850R Air Compressor

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DC850R
UPC:
026614160701
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  • Paasche Pro Series DC850R Air Compressor
  • Paasche Pro Series DC850R Air Compressor
  • Paasche Pro Series DC850R Air Compressor
  • Paasche Pro Series DC850R Air Compressor
  • Paasche Pro Series DC850R Air Compressor
  • Paasche Pro Series DC850R Air Compressor
$215.00

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Paasche Pro Series DC850R Air Compressor

HAWAII, ALASKA & PUERTO RICO - Here at SprayGunner we love you guys, but unfortunately due to the weight on this item we cannot offer free shipping. Please Check Shipping Estimate so you know what to expect.

The DC850R airbrush compressor with tank is perfect for any hobby or artist airbrush as well as people using smaller touchup spray guns like the HG-08 and LMG-10. The maximum operating pressure will be about 90 PSI depending on airbrush being used. The DC850R is quiet at 58 Db’s. Also included are two air hookup with quick connect and quick adapter fittings.

The compressor features include:
3/4 HP dual piston oil free compressor
1.585 gallon(6 liter) storage tank
Regulator & moisture trap
Two quick oconnect hook ups
2.4 CFM @ 40 PSI
1.5 CFM @ 90 PSI
Standard Paassche 1/4″NPT hose fitting
Carrying handle
Quiet: noise level is 58 Db’s

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1 Review

  • 5
    Very nice Paasche DC850R compressor

    Posted by John McGlinn on Feb 10th 2019

    Decided to skip a similar form-factor to my Iwata SprintJet compressor and go "industrial" with the Paasche DC850R compressor. Trying it out was surprising: louder than the SprintJet but fine for interior use, powerful in that I could keep two .5mm nozzle airbrushes running at 40 psi with the pressure set at 50 psi, two quick connects, somewhat heavy, and the motor is much larger than the SprintJet. Seems like I can run a single .5mm airbrush for a long time. ISorry for no metrics.) Nicely put together. Shipping must have cost SGunner a few bucks, and it arrived quickly. What's not to love?

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