that link to the newer icon is for the 232 bar version not the 300 bar . i dont think most airgunners would be happy with 232 bar .
if your just filling scuba tanks that would work but not scba . just my 2 cents . I bought a used coltri but havent recieved it yet i hope i like it
On the Nuvair website the sale price for the gas engine model was for $2500.00, I had the website saved, but looks like they took it down, you might want to check the reviews on the $1999.00 compressor link you have, not very favorable.
@cccal You may want to take a closer look at what I posted in regards to the Scubastore links and the previous Nuvair sale pricing. Your response reads as if I said absolutely nothing about both points you’re attempting to raise here.
My apologies sir, this was not a reply to your post but it belonged in the body of this thread, my mistake, please accept my apologies.
Talked to AOA regarding Daystate compressor with RV plug, it's a MCH3. It's a modified version of the 220v version and they can only get it to work with the 110v 30amp rv plug for the US market. That's why it's on sale because the saving will go to an electrician to install the specialized plug. I got quoted $400 from a non licenced electrician but a licenced one won't touch it.
Nuvair MCH6 is also out of the question at the moment. Final cost including tax, shipping, and tariff from Italy ( haha) is $3227 with 6 weeks lead time.
Had also been searching used Coltri, Alkin, and Bauer in California and its non existence in $2000 price range.
The search continues...
This makes little sense to me. Here's my motor plate and control box ratings, 14.5 amp, which is in spec with NEC 14ga 15A 120V. I'm running it on a 20A circuit for the surge current.
I can't understand why a 30A plug end is required. Surely the motor and control box which house the run capacitors are wired for phase, common, and ground? The Daystate plate shows 1.1kW or 1,100W which is well under 15A of current draw.
If the current draw and wiring are the same why not just replace the plug end?