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MA-35-E1-110-SCUBA (3000psi)
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Max Air Max Air 35 Standard Compressor

Max Air Max Air 35 Standard Compressor Customer reviews see below

  • Brand New and completely redesigned
  • Not like most other sites that sell the old discontinued model
  • Free 12 oz bottle of Max-Air synthetic compressor oil included
  • Time required to fill an 80 cu. ft. cylinder from 500 to 3000 psi - 20 min
  • Only 85 LBS with Carrying Handles
  • 4.2 scfm @ 4800 psig
  • Oil/water separating chambers
  • Tri-Chem breathing air purification system
  • Disposable purification cartridge is convenient and easy to replace
  • Digital hour/tachometer
  • Final Pressure Gauge (liquid filled, stainless steel)
  • Pressure maintaining valve (Priority valve)
  • Automatic shut off pressure switch
  • One (1) filling hose with on/off valve and push-button bleed for SCUBA yoke
  • Intake filter
  • Ridgid 2 piece intake extension tube - (gas model only)
  • LUBRICATION: Splash lubrication with oil thrower pin
  • OIL TYPE: Max-Air #101 oil synthetic compressor oil
  • OIL CAPACITY: 12 oz
  • DIMENSIONS: 28" L x 13" D x 15" H
    • AC Electric Motor Single Phase 115v
    • AC Electric Motor Single Phase 230v
    • AC Electric Motor 3 Phase 230v
    • Honda Gas Engine 5.5 HP - Great for working in remote locations where electricity is unavailable


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Average Customer Review: based on 5 reviews.

Rating: NON-continous use
Reviewer: Julian R.  -  View all my reviews
For a NON CONTINOUS USE compressor the Max air 35 is reliable and relatively quiet. I use this compressor on an island in Georgian Bay and have yet to recieve a complaint from the neighbours about noise level..... thats bc it is not that noisy. Make sure you place the compressor on sturdy ground so that the metal casing does not rattle. Also make sure you buy multiple air filters bc you need to replace these every 10 hours. If you are not electrically savy then consider hiring someone to do the configuration for you or purchase the gasoline version. Also ensure you have a 30 amp line running to wherever you want to put this guy bc if not you will increase your costs.

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Rating: Compressor
Reviewer: Stuart C.
This is an awesome personal compressor, works great on a house boat at Lake Powell

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22 out of 42 people found this review helpful.

Rating: Dive Compressor
Reviewer: Mark Swenson
The Max Air 35 met or exceeded our expectations. And was in fact faster at filling dive tanks quicker than the large compressor at the Two Harbors dive shop. The motor is a bit noisy, so be kind to your neighbors.

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Rating: max air gas
Reviewer: larry higdon
this compressor is idea for your own personal use. easy starting, no hastle and user friendly. i would highly recommend this compressor for anyone who fills and uses 2 to 10 tanks of air per day. maybe the only down side would be that the unit is fairly loud so dont expect to fill in your back yard during late hours, your neighbours may not like it.

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Rating: MaxAir Compressor
Reviewer: Andrew B Mendenhall MD
We are very satisfied with the compressor for delivering a timely and clear air fill. We use our compressor aboard a 28 foot sailboat in the Sea of Cortez. It is a bit bulkyfor our small boat but we constructed a storage box that keeps toes and feet from finding the compressor as we move about down below. (doubles as a seat in the cockpit when at anchor) It is important to factor in the expendables section in terms of use and cost. We recommend getting a few extra filters and some compressor oil, change regularly and consult the thermometer and manufacturers guide to determine the expected lifespan for the filters lest you find yourself with the inability to fill lots of tanks. Exceeds expectations in all!

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