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What is different on the compressor that uses the Honda engine that you cant fill a SCUBA tank?
How many bottles can you safely fill a day with this.(recommended amount).
Hello John, this compressor is designed to fill a bottle then you would have to shut down and let is cool down then you would be able to fill another one. You would be looking at around 10 tanks a day. If you are looking to fill more than that I would suggest going with the: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-155/031100/Max-Air-55-Standard.html#tabdesc.
the max air website says this compressor has the Honda engine, your website says it has the Subaru. which way does it come?
I am looking for a compressor - will need to be gas or diesel, to fill tanks at a small dive operation. Probably in the neighborhood of 12 tanks a day. which unit is recommended? thanks,
Hello Will, for the compressor you are looking for I would suggest the: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-155/031100/Max-Air-55-Standard.html.
Hello Will, you would need the Max-Air 55: http://www.scuba.com/scuba-gear-155/031100/Max-Air-55-Standard.html. for the amount you are going to be filling on a daily bases.
I understand this isnt scuba grade. Can I use it to fill HPA tanks for Paintball? I am guessing this isnt much different from the fill equipment I have seen used at most paintball parks.
This compressor IS scuba grade, breathing air certified. It will fill your paintball tanks, although this is more of a "personal use" style compressor designed for use filling one or two scuba bottles for a couple divers once a day or so. It isn''''t designed for continuous use such as you''''d see at a paintball facility.