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I have a confusion between two air compressor for spray painting.
1. PointZero Portable Airbrush Air Compressor Oil-less 3L Tank 1/5 HP
2. Master Airbrush High-Performance Airbrush Air Compressor
can anyone please help me to which compressor would better fore spray painting?
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Unfortunately, PointZero Portable Airbrush Air Compressor Oil-less 3L Tank 1/5 HP doesn't have any paint kit. So it's not a very good idea to purchase it.

You may try, PointZero Pro Airbrush Air Compressor Twin Piston w/ Tank 1/3 HP. This compressor specially built for painting. this compressor also comes with everything you need to get the best results possible. These features include an automatic on/off switch, a water trap to keep your air dry, and a diaphragm regulator to ensure that you get the best pressure every time. Other features include an oil-free pump to allow you to work with edible paints, an easy-carry handle to make it more portable, and a downloadable airbrush guide to help you get started. You may get all kinds of air compressor update from here, toolez.

Some special features;
Robust 1/3 horsepower motor
Delivers 1.3 SCFM
Quiet operation at 59 dB
Twin tank design allows for more reserve air
One-gallon tank
Dual power modes for more versatility
Max PSI of 85, operating PSI of 40
Sensitive diaphragm regulator keeps air optimized

Highlighted features;
85 PSI which is its maximum pressure
40 PSI its operating pressure
1.3 SCFM
59-dB that offers quiet operation
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Unfortunately, PointZero Portable Airbrush Air Compressor Oil-less 3L Tank 1/5 HP doesn't have any paint kit. So it's not a very good idea to purchase it.

You may try, PointZero Pro Airbrush Air Compressor Twin Piston w/ Tank 1/3 HP. This compressor specially built for painting. this compressor also comes with everything you need to get the best results possible. These features include an automatic on/off switch, a water trap to keep your air dry, and a diaphragm regulator to ensure that you get the best pressure every time. Other features include an oil-free pump to allow you to work with edible paints, an easy-carry handle to make it more portable, and a downloadable airbrush guide to help you get started. You may get all kinds of air compressor update from here, toolez.

Some special features;
Robust 1/3 horsepower motor
Delivers 1.3 SCFM
Quiet operation at 59 dB
Twin tank design allows for more reserve air
One-gallon tank
Dual power modes for more versatility
Max PSI of 85, operating PSI of 40
Sensitive diaphragm regulator keeps air optimized

Highlighted features;
85 PSI which is its maximum pressure
40 PSI its operating pressure
1.3 SCFM
59-dB that offers quiet operation
OH my dear, i was misguided to purchase PointZero Portable Airbrush Air Compressor Oil-less 3L Tank 1/5 HP. Thanks a lot for helping me. Have a nice day dear.
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I have a confusion between two air compressor for spray painting.
1. PointZero Portable Airbrush Air Compressor Oil-less 3L Tank 1/5 HP
2. Master Airbrush High-Performance Airbrush Air Compressor
can anyone please help me to which compressor would better fore spray painting?
Try to choose from these models and read reviews about them.
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For spray painting, you should go for heavy duty air compressor. Pay attention to duty cycle. Make sure the compressor comes with 100% duty cycle. Good HP rating gives you quick recovery time. For industrial type air compressors, this is two factors are very important followed by tank size. For spray painting, buy as big tank as you can afford. The bigger, the better. Last but not the least, match the CFM rating with the CFM rating of your spray gun you use or will buy in the near future.

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I have a confusion between two air compressor for spray painting.
1. PointZero Portable Airbrush Air Compressor Oil-less 3L Tank 1/5 HP
2. Master Airbrush High-Performance Airbrush Air Compressor
can anyone please help me to which compressor would better fore spray painting?
if you didn't purchase yet, then you may get a good amount of discount through using this promo codes.
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