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 California Air Tools and

Shoebox Compressor

a Match Made in Heaven

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We are now offering our own version of the SUPER QUIET California Air Tools compressor that mates with the Shoebox. Oil free, 1 hp, 2.2 CFM @ 90 psi. Turns on for 19 sec then off for 3.5 minutes on the Freedom8

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Shown here actual size, the ShoeBox is the worlds smallest and lightest line of high pressure compressors starting at $649 dollars. These are the least expensive 4500 psi (or 3000 psi) air compressors on the market. It allows you to fill your paintball tanks or air rifles in the convenience of your own home.  If your tired of hauling your scuba tank to the dive shop for a fill, or the long drive to find a paintball store with a fill station, we finally have an affordable solution.

 

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The ShoeBox Compressor offers freedom from relying on others for high pressure compressed air. If you have a 4500 psi or 300 bar paintball tank you can fill it directly from the ShoeBox. If you have a SCBA 44 cubic foot tank the ShoeBox will fill that too. 80 cubic foot scuba tanks are often filled by both our paintball and air rifle customers. They use the scuba tank to transfer fill to their paintball marker or air rifle instantly. 

The ShoeBox works with your 85 psi shop air compressor to "boost" the final output pressure to 4500 psi or 300 bar. This eliminates the cost of the first stage and allows the ShoeBox to have a retail price nearly 10% of standard 4500 psi air compressors.


 

 

 

 

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Some user applications for the ShoeBox

NASA uses two compressors to transfer xenon gas from one tank to another.

Milwaukee School of Engineering students used the ShoeBox to extract nitrogen from the air and liquify it.

Michigan State University Formula Racing Team uses the ShoeBox to fill their air powered shifter in their formula car.

An emergency parachute manufacturer uses the ShoeBox to fill the compressed air tank that fires the parachute of of its tube.

The University of Kansas Engineering Department is working on a windmill that uses the ShoeBox to compress air for energy storage.