Airbrush Compressors need cheap and quiet

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Airbrush Compressors need cheap and quiet

Post by Rodrig » Sat May 30, 2015 2:10 pm

I'm looking for a compressor that will cary about 150 PSI and not make a huge amount of noise, baring that does anyone know of ways to muffle a compressor? there must be something about that that's just horrible for airbrushing. Though it does say it will do up to 150 PSI.

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Re: Airbrush Compressors need cheap and quiet

Post by debrartin » Sat May 30, 2015 2:18 pm

Rodrig wrote:I'm looking for a compressor that will cary about 150 PSI and not make a huge amount of noise, baring that does anyone know of ways to muffle a compressor? there must be something about that that's just horrible for airbrushing. Though it does say it will do up to 150 PSI.
The type of compressor you would need would have a pressure storage tank and an inline moisture filter and a regulator Check out this airbrush compressor tips http://www.myairbrushcompressors.com/ai ... ers-guide/" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;
Look into art supply source. Their airbrush compressors are cheap and quiet. It's what I use at Reaper. Why would you need it to go up to 70-100 psi? It seems a bit extreme.

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