California Air Tools Ultra Quiet & Oil-Free Contractor Grade Air Compressors are engineered with the latest technology to provide high quality, reliability and longevity.
The Oil-Free Dual Piston Pump System allows the air compressor to work more efficiently creating less noise and less wear for a longer pump life.
The Ultra Quiet Series of Air Compressors have a life before wear of 3000 hours compared to the Industrial Series of Ultra Quiet Air Compressors with a life before wear of 4000 hours.
The Ultra Quiet Air Compressor motor/pumps are easliy repairable.
No Changing, Disposable or Refilling oil
No Oil in the Air to Damage sensitive items
Able to use in cold temperatures
Able to use on uneven surfaces
Feature: Extra Large Dual Pistons
Faster displacement of air
Faster fill & recovery times
Feature: Cast Aluminum Cylinder
Designed for longer life
Feature: Teflon Cylinder Rings
Less friction for less wear
Feature: Dual Valve Plate Design
Designed to produce more CFM
Feature: Stainless Steel Reed Valves
More durable,rust resistance for more life
Feature: Induction Motors
Brushless motors for less wear & long life
Feature: 4 Pole Motors
Operate at only 1680 RPM
Creates less vibration and less noise
Less wear for a longer motor life
Feature: Low Amp Draw
Less electricity needed and used
Feature: Thermal Overload Protector
Reduces motor damage
Feature: Easy Drain Ball Valve
Easier to drain your air tank
Feature: Push "In" to Connect Quick Connectors
One hand "push in" (air hose) Quick Connectors
The California Air Tools Extra Large Dual Piston Oil-Free Pump System produces more air and more air quickly compared to other air compressor manufactures that use a small single piston pump system.
CALIFORNIA AIR TOOLS DUAL PISTON PUMP SYSTEM
California Air Tools Dual Piston Rocking Action.
Designed to Produce More Air Quickly!
OTHER MANUFACTURES SMALL SINGLE PISTON
If you plan on using an air tool or machine on a continuous basis, it is a good idea to multiply the “CFM” x 2 to get a continuous CFM rating for the tool or machine.
Most all air tools and machines are rated for intermediate usage (not continuous).
Always consult the air tool or machine manufacturer for the correct CFM requirement.
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