Nailing is the thing. We have tested a knallbra compressor.
– A lot of money for a poor hobbyist
The compressor has been tested by Christian Kjuus and Håvar Vestlund. It has been tested for two months and the plant is used for all types of interior design.
Some tools need a lot of muscles. For example, a nail gun. There are electric and gas-driven variants on the market, but many professionals swear to compressed air. It gives a lot of effort.
Nail guns powered by compressed air have been awarded competition from other more useful variants. This compressor makes you reassess the attitude that compressed air is heavy and unmanageable.
Hard testing has been done by Christian Kjuus and Håvar Vestlund in the construction company Ryen and Vestlund. Vestlund says that this compressor is smaller, lighter and quieter than those we are used to.
Usually we have the compressor standing in another room, with a long hose. With this compressor we used a light, short snake and we took it with us where we were constantly working, “says Håvard Vestlund.
– We have used it for all types of decorating jobs and with the nail gun from Tjep, we got fine, clean shots all the time.
The tank is integrated in the frame, the noise level is as in a refrigerator and there are little vibration.
Sad to return
The only negative must be that we have to deliver it back, says Vestlund when we ask if there is anything wrong with the compressor.
Specified air 210 l / min
Maximum working pressure 10 bar
Sound Level 62dB
Service interval 3000 h
Lubrication Type Oil Free
Weight 14 kg
Dimensions 445 x 235 x 275 mm
Tank size 3 l
Power 0.7 Hp
Number of cylinders 2 pcs
Electrical connection 1 phase, 230V
Producer AMP Price 4295
This is a compressor from a manufacturer who thinks of new thinking. It’s small, quiet, easy and handy, at the same time as it has the capacity to cope with work with lists, ceilings, floors, and interior panels.
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