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  1. Well guys as the title says is about which compressor to buy. As I said in my presentation, I used to live in a house and I could make noise because it didn't bother anyone (it didn't have neighbors neither upstairs nor down) so I had a compressor that made a lot of noise (total ... in that house it didn't bother no one). Now I live in an apartment, I have neighbors above and below, we are a three-story block (I am living in the middle) but the construction quality of these floors is not that it is the best in the world, I wanted a quiet compressor with a good Deposit My intention will be to paint day and night, I will use it for many hours I have seen these compressors where Decibels are "low" (but I don't know if they are real Decibels or not) Anyway, I'm really confused and I don't want to spend my money and then buy something that isn't for me. I leave a couple of compressors that I have seen I am looking for it to be silent and with a good boiler Possible purchases: Fengda FD-196A: Information on the pressure regulator: 0 - 10 Bar (0-100 PSI) * 3.5L air tank, ensures air stability * Safety / drain valve * Automatic overheat protection * Voltage: 220-240 V / 50 Hz * Power: 0123 kW (1/6 HP) * Speed: 1450/1700 rpm * Noise level: 47 dB / 1m * Volume of displaced: 35-40 l / min * Air connection: G 1/8 * Cable length: 1.9m * Certificates: CE, GS, ETL, CETL, ROHS * Adjustable pressure: from 0 bar to 6 bar * Auto start at less than 3 bar (43PSI) * Automatic stop at 4 bar (57PSI) Air Line Airbrush Compressor: Air Line Compressor (3L boiler) This compressor is ideal for both the airbrush who is starting and for those who already have a medium level. With a flow of 20-23 L / Min you can work with any type of airbrush (even the thickest ones). It also comes with a 3L boiler that will allow you to work it for longer. Includes moisture filter, pressure gauge, discharge valve and automatic stop at 4 and 6 bars. - Oil Free Piston Compressor with Boiler: - Power: 1/6 Cv - Flow: 23L / Min - Auto stop: 4 bars - Auto Start: 3 bars - Boiler: 3L - Anti-humidity filter - Noise: 44 dB - Weight: 5.2 Kg SIL AIR 30 Silent Compressor (with oil): Personally, I don't like that it carries oil (too many complications) Technical characteristics SIL-AIR 30: - Electric current: 220-240 Vol / 50 Hrz. - Expulsion L / min: 25 L / min. - Pressure: 8 bars. - Power: 200 watts. - Acoustic noise: 40 decibels. - Prisoner: 22 kg. - Tank: 4 liters.
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