looking at a junair 6 compressor yr 1996 are these any good...

by paul
(nz)

looking at a junair 6 compressor yr 1996 are these any good for air brishing Purchase ??


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Bill says...

Check out the SIZING page for guidance, Paul.

You buy the air compressor that provides the flow you need, at the pressure you need, so first, you need to determine these things.

Jun-Airs are well crafted, quiet air compressors, and should suit air brushing, provided the model you wish to buy has the air capacity your air brush needs.

Cheers,

Bill

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Jun 15, 2011
junair
by: Anonymous

Hi

Its a 1996 junair 6x 25 litre


Year 1996
0.34Kw electric motor
1.67 cfm approx
Single phase power
8 bar pressure maximum
25 litre air reservoir

is this what a profesional airbrush artist would use?

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Maybe. You need to look at the 1.67 CFM (you need to know what pressure this flow is at) and then look at your airbrush kit to see what pressure and what flow the airbrush needs to work properly.

I think you're OK, but without definite info, I can't be sure.

B.

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what oil is used in a jun air minor it says j 27 ??

by perry
(victoria b.c. Canada)

what oil is needed and were do I get it . Thanks Perry
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Perry, they used to sell their own brand of compressor lubricating oil. It would appear as though they don't any more. However, talk to your local Wainbee operation. They are the reps for Jun-Air. In the absence of any info from them, and if your compressor is no longer under warranty, buy compressor lubricating oil (that specifically - it's none detergent ) from your local hardware supplier.

If it is under warranty, read your manual to see if using other than their oil will void that warranty.

Cheers,

Bill

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