Komptec GERMAN Compressor SALE only $2895/Manual $3095/Auto Shutoff & Drain Save HUNDREDS!

Komptec GERMAN Compressor SALE only $2895/Manual $3095/Auto Shutoff & Drain Save HUNDREDS!

Joined: November 22nd, 2005, 9:28 pm

May 19th, 2017, 3:16 am #1

Komptec Compressor Introductory SALE, First 5 buyers will Save HUNDREDS off regular price

<font size="4">We are offering our GERMAN MADE Komptec Compressors at an unbelievable introductory price.

These are GERMAN MADE QUALITY SCUBA Compressors that have been proven for years in Europe. We are now bring them into the U.S. for filling PCP Air Rifles.

Available in 115 VAC at 70 Liters/minute or 230VAC at 90 Liters/minute. (90 L/min can top off a 97 Cu Ft Great White in 10 minutes from 3000-4500 PSI or from 0-4500 PSI in half an hour!). SPECIAL Introductory offer to first 5 customer is only $2895. Why? Because we need YOUR honest opinion of this unit!

Also available with auto-shutoff at only $3995! This only to the first 5 customers! Why? Because we need YOUR honest opinion of this unit!



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Joined: November 22nd, 2005, 9:28 pm

May 19th, 2017, 3:23 am #2

Carette Compressor only $1299.

A lot of people have asked for this version of the Carette 4500 PSI compressor as not everyone feels the need (and cost) for the Automatic Condensate Drain is necessary. Combine the fact that the PMV should be at the very output, and that our Alpha Filter has the PMV anyway, and you can see the savings makes sense. So call us at (714) 907-0067 and ask for the "Basic Alpha-Carette". This unit still has the Auto-shutoff feature.

More information on the Alpha-Carette can be found here:http://experthpa.com/cart/cart.php?m=pr ... tail&p=212

Units are arriving next week and will ship immediately. Like all our products we sell, this unit is FULLY WARRANTED FOR 1 YEAR and is a very high quality unit.



<font size="4">
Get our $400 Alpha Filter for only $299 with your purchase of a Carette

ALPHA In-Line Moisture Filter shown separately here:<font size="4">

</font>
</font>

When filling from a Shoebox, Alpha or Omega compressor, a quality in-line filter should be used to remove all oil, water and particulates from the air. We designed our filters to work & be safe. We'll put our filter against any other, at any price, and guarantee it is better and safer!
This is the best and most safest filter made for filll a PCP (Pre-Charged-Pneumatic) Air Gun.

<span style="font-weight:bold;">We guarantee our Alpha Filter is the best for the following reasons:</span>


1) We use Molecular Sieve; Recognized in the industry as being the "best", it is used in almost all breathing filters and other types of high pressure filters where one needs to "scrub" the air.


<table style="border-collapse:collapse;text-align:left;font-family:'Arial Black';width:1024px;margin-left:auto;margin-right:auto;" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"><col width="375"><col width="143"><col width="85"><col width="64"><col width="165"><col width="96"><tr style="height:32.25pt;"><td style="height:32.25pt;width:334px;">Property</td><td style="width:178px;">Molecular Sieve</td><td style="width:114px;">CaO</td><td style="width:127px;">CaSO4</td><td style="width:237px;">Montmorillonite Clay</td><td style="width:104px;">Silica Gel</td></tr><tr style="height:51pt;"><td style="height:51pt;width:334px;" height="68">Adsorptive Capacity at low H20 Concentrations</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">Excellent</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Excellent</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Fair</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Poor</td></tr><tr style="height:31.5pt;"><td style="height:31.5pt;width:334px;" height="42">Rate of Adsorption</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">Excellent</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Poor</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td></tr><tr style="height:47.25pt;"><td style="height:47.25pt;width:334px;" height="63">Capacity for Water @77 F, 40% RH</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">High</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">High</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Low</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Medium</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">High</td></tr><tr style="height:31.5pt;"><td style="height:31.5pt;width:334px;" height="42">Separation by Molecular
Sizes</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">Yes</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">No</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">No</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">No</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">No</td></tr><tr style="height:31.5pt;"><td style="height:31.5pt;width:334px;" height="42">Adsorptive Capacity at Elevated Temperatures</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">Excellent</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Poor</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Poor</td></tr></table>
<span style="font-family:Arial;">
</span> 2) High pressure filters work best at.......High Pressure. <span style="font-family:Arial;">
When filling a high pressure tank with an inline filter, ensure the filter has some kind of valving mechanism that allows the pressure to build up prior to flow through the filter. This helps prevent the air from flowing without obstruction. Filter media needs a "dwell time" as well as high pressure to work best. Simply running air through a cylinder with a filter element doesn't work well. Make sure the filter
has the proper valving to allow pressure to build up before the air runs through it. without the valving, the air and moisture basically rushes over the media at low pressures, and doesn't get scrubbed. The
pressure needs to be held back up to a point, and then allowed to flow.



</span>3) One can't just pack beads in a cylinder for 2 VERY important reasons.

A) It doesn't work : <span style="font-family:Arial;">We'd all like to just make a filter that uses cheap beads packed in a cylinder, but the first issue is that without proper packing, "channeling" will occur between the media. Simply put, channeling is the situation where air just goes around the individual filter "beads" instead of being "scrubbed". In order to work, the media need to be properly "jam packed" into the a container element, and this filter element put in a filter tube. An element can be manufactured to be "jam packed". Putting the media into a tube doesn't pack it tight enough to prevent channeling at high pressures. Filter elements are rather
inexpensive, so it isn't an issue.
</span>

B) Most importantly SAFETY<span style="font-family:Arial;">. </span> NEVER make a high pressure filter where the filter material directly touches the cylinder walls of a high pressure filter.<span style="font-family:Arial;">
This is filter design 101. The moisture in filter media leaches acid, and hence must not come in direct contact with the filter tube. Acid that leaches out will eventually make it to the threads on the end-caps of the filter, weakening them, and eventually causing the high possibility of catastrophic failure. This point can't be stressed enough.

</span>4) Only our filter has a Condensate Drain (with Gauge). You need to remove the moisture from the filter tube. You can’t let it just stay in there, or it will ruin the filter media (again, filter design 101)


5) I have left out some of the more obvious points, such as ensure your tubing can handle the pressure and is from a reputable source.




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Joined: November 22nd, 2005, 9:28 pm

May 19th, 2017, 3:27 am #3

Komptec Compressor Introductory SALE, First 5 buyers will Save HUNDREDS off regular price

<font size="4">We are offering our GERMAN MADE Komptec Compressors at an unbelievable introductory price.

These are GERMAN MADE QUALITY SCUBA Compressors that have been proven for years in Europe. We are now bring them into the U.S. for filling PCP Air Rifles.

Available in 115 VAC at 70 Liters/minute or 230VAC at 90 Liters/minute. (90 L/min can top off a 97 Cu Ft Great White in 10 minutes from 3000-4500 PSI or from 0-4500 PSI in half an hour!). SPECIAL Introductory offer to first 5 customer is only $2895. Why? Because we need YOUR honest opinion of this unit!

Also available with auto-shutoff at only $3995! This only to the first 5 customers! Why? Because we need YOUR honest opinion of this unit!



</font>
We are offering the Alpha-Carette Compressor to forum readers with Auto-Condensate Drain, PMV & Auto-Shutoff for $1399 This unit has the auto-shutoff, as do all our Carette Compressors.

More information on the Alpha-Carette can be found here:http://experthpa.com/cart/cart.php?m=pr ... tail&p=212

These units are arriving next week, and will ship immediately. Like all our products we sell, this unit is FULLY WARRANTED FOR 1 YEAR and is a very high quality unit.







<font size="4">
Get our $400 Alpha Filter for only $299 with your purchase of a Carette

ALPHA In-Line Moisture Filter shown separately here:<font size="4">

</font>
</font>

When filling from a Shoebox, Alpha or Omega compressor, a quality in-line filter should be used to remove all oil, water and particulates from the air. We designed our filters to work & be safe. We'll put our filter against any other, at any price, and guarantee it is better and safer!
This is the best and most safest filter made for filll a PCP (Pre-Charged-Pneumatic) Air Gun.

<span style="font-weight:bold;">We guarantee our Alpha Filter is the best for the following reasons:</span>


1) We use Molecular Sieve; Recognized in the industry as being the "best", it is used in almost all breathing filters and other types of high pressure filters where one needs to "scrub" the air.


<table style="border-collapse:collapse;text-align:left;font-family:'Arial Black';width:1024px;margin-left:auto;margin-right:auto;" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"><col width="375"><col width="143"><col width="85"><col width="64"><col width="165"><col width="96"><tr style="height:32.25pt;"><td style="height:32.25pt;width:334px;">Property</td><td style="width:178px;">Molecular Sieve</td><td style="width:114px;">CaO</td><td style="width:127px;">CaSO4</td><td style="width:237px;">Montmorillonite Clay</td><td style="width:104px;">Silica Gel</td></tr><tr style="height:51pt;"><td style="height:51pt;width:334px;" height="68">Adsorptive Capacity at low H20 Concentrations</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">Excellent</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Excellent</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Fair</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Poor</td></tr><tr style="height:31.5pt;"><td style="height:31.5pt;width:334px;" height="42">Rate of Adsorption</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">Excellent</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Poor</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td></tr><tr style="height:47.25pt;"><td style="height:47.25pt;width:334px;" height="63">Capacity for Water @77 F, 40% RH</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">High</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">High</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Low</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Medium</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">High</td></tr><tr style="height:31.5pt;"><td style="height:31.5pt;width:334px;" height="42">Separation by Molecular
Sizes</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">Yes</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">No</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">No</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">No</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">No</td></tr><tr style="height:31.5pt;"><td style="height:31.5pt;width:334px;" height="42">Adsorptive Capacity at Elevated Temperatures</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">Excellent</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Poor</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Poor</td></tr></table>
<span style="font-family:Arial;">
</span> 2) High pressure filters work best at.......High Pressure. <span style="font-family:Arial;">
When filling a high pressure tank with an inline filter, ensure the filter has some kind of valving mechanism that allows the pressure to build up prior to flow through the filter. This helps prevent the air from flowing without obstruction. Filter media needs a "dwell time" as well as high pressure to work best. Simply running air through a cylinder with a filter element doesn't work well. Make sure the filter
has the proper valving to allow pressure to build up before the air runs through it. without the valving, the air and moisture basically rushes over the media at low pressures, and doesn't get scrubbed. The
pressure needs to be held back up to a point, and then allowed to flow.



</span>3) One can't just pack beads in a cylinder for 2 VERY important reasons.

A) It doesn't work : <span style="font-family:Arial;">We'd all like to just make a filter that uses cheap beads packed in a cylinder, but the first issue is that without proper packing, "channeling" will occur between the media. Simply put, channeling is the situation where air just goes around the individual filter "beads" instead of being "scrubbed". In order to work, the media need to be properly "jam packed" into the a container element, and this filter element put in a filter tube. An element can be manufactured to be "jam packed". Putting the media into a tube doesn't pack it tight enough to prevent channeling at high pressures. Filter elements are rather
inexpensive, so it isn't an issue.
</span>

B) Most importantly SAFETY<span style="font-family:Arial;">. </span> NEVER make a high pressure filter where the filter material directly touches the cylinder walls of a high pressure filter.<span style="font-family:Arial;">
This is filter design 101. The moisture in filter media leaches acid, and hence must not come in direct contact with the filter tube. Acid that leaches out will eventually make it to the threads on the end-caps of the filter, weakening them, and eventually causing the high possibility of catastrophic failure. This point can't be stressed enough.

</span>4) Only our filter has a Condensate Drain (with Gauge). You need to remove the moisture from the filter tube. You can’t let it just stay in there, or it will ruin the filter media (again, filter design 101)


5) I have left out some of the more obvious points, such as ensure your tubing can handle the pressure and is from a reputable source.




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May 19th, 2017, 3:29 am #4

Sorry, didn't proof-read. $1399 INCLUDES the PMV & ACD
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May 19th, 2017, 3:31 am #5

Komptec Compressor Introductory SALE, First 5 buyers will Save HUNDREDS off regular price

<font size="4">We are offering our GERMAN MADE Komptec Compressors at an unbelievable introductory price.

These are GERMAN MADE QUALITY SCUBA Compressors that have been proven for years in Europe. We are now bring them into the U.S. for filling PCP Air Rifles.

Available in 115 VAC at 70 Liters/minute or 230VAC at 90 Liters/minute. (90 L/min can top off a 97 Cu Ft Great White in 10 minutes from 3000-4500 PSI or from 0-4500 PSI in half an hour!). SPECIAL Introductory offer to first 5 customer is only $2895. Why? Because we need YOUR honest opinion of this unit!

Also available with auto-shutoff at only $3995! This only to the first 5 customers! Why? Because we need YOUR honest opinion of this unit!



</font>
<font size="4">
ALPHA In-Line Moisture Filter
Only $399<font size="4">

</font>
</font>

When filling from a Shoebox, Alpha or Omega compressor, a quality in-line filter should be used to remove all oil, water and particulates from the air. We designed our filters to work & be safe. We'll put our filter against any other, at any price, and guarantee it is better and safer!
This is the best and most safest filter made for filll a PCP (Pre-Charged-Pneumatic) Air Gun.

<span style="font-weight:bold;">We guarantee our Alpha Filter is the best for the following reasons:</span>


1) We use Molecular Sieve; Recognized in the industry as being the "best", it is used in almost all breathing filters and other types of high pressure filters where one needs to "scrub" the air.


<table style="border-collapse:collapse;text-align:left;font-family:'Arial Black';width:1024px;margin-left:auto;margin-right:auto;" border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0"><col width="375"><col width="143"><col width="85"><col width="64"><col width="165"><col width="96"><tr style="height:32.25pt;"><td style="height:32.25pt;width:334px;">Property</td><td style="width:178px;">Molecular Sieve</td><td style="width:114px;">CaO</td><td style="width:127px;">CaSO4</td><td style="width:237px;">Montmorillonite Clay</td><td style="width:104px;">Silica Gel</td></tr><tr style="height:51pt;"><td style="height:51pt;width:334px;" height="68">Adsorptive Capacity at low H20 Concentrations</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">Excellent</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Excellent</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Fair</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Poor</td></tr><tr style="height:31.5pt;"><td style="height:31.5pt;width:334px;" height="42">Rate of Adsorption</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">Excellent</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Poor</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td></tr><tr style="height:47.25pt;"><td style="height:47.25pt;width:334px;" height="63">Capacity for Water @77 F, 40% RH</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">High</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">High</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Low</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Medium</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">High</td></tr><tr style="height:31.5pt;"><td style="height:31.5pt;width:334px;" height="42">Separation by Molecular
Sizes</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">Yes</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">No</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">No</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">No</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">No</td></tr><tr style="height:31.5pt;"><td style="height:31.5pt;width:334px;" height="42">Adsorptive Capacity at Elevated Temperatures</td><td style="width:178px;font-weight:bold;font-family:'Arial Black';">Excellent</td><td style="width:114px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:127px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Good</td><td style="width:237px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Poor</td><td style="width:104px;font-weight:bold;font-family:Arial;">Poor</td></tr></table>
<span style="font-family:Arial;">
</span> 2) High pressure filters work best at.......High Pressure. <span style="font-family:Arial;">
When filling a high pressure tank with an inline filter, ensure the filter has some kind of valving mechanism that allows the pressure to build up prior to flow through the filter. This helps prevent the air from flowing without obstruction. Filter media needs a "dwell time" as well as high pressure to work best. Simply running air through a cylinder with a filter element doesn't work well. Make sure the filter
has the proper valving to allow pressure to build up before the air runs through it. without the valving, the air and moisture basically rushes over the media at low pressures, and doesn't get scrubbed. The
pressure needs to be held back up to a point, and then allowed to flow.



</span>3) One can't just pack beads in a cylinder for 2 VERY important reasons.

A) It doesn't work : <span style="font-family:Arial;">We'd all like to just make a filter that uses cheap beads packed in a cylinder, but the first issue is that without proper packing, "channeling" will occur between the media. Simply put, channeling is the situation where air just goes around the individual filter "beads" instead of being "scrubbed". In order to work, the media need to be properly "jam packed" into the a container element, and this filter element put in a filter tube. An element can be manufactured to be "jam packed". Putting the media into a tube doesn't pack it tight enough to prevent channeling at high pressures. Filter elements are rather
inexpensive, so it isn't an issue.
</span>

B) Most importantly SAFETY<span style="font-family:Arial;">. </span> NEVER make a high pressure filter where the filter material directly touches the cylinder walls of a high pressure filter.<span style="font-family:Arial;">
This is filter design 101. The moisture in filter media leaches acid, and hence must not come in direct contact with the filter tube. Acid that leaches out will eventually make it to the threads on the end-caps of the filter, weakening them, and eventually causing the high possibility of catastrophic failure. This point can't be stressed enough.

</span>4) Only our filter has a Condensate Drain (with Gauge). You need to remove the moisture from the filter tube. You can’t let it just stay in there, or it will ruin the filter media (again, filter design 101)


5) I have left out some of the more obvious points, such as ensure your tubing can handle the pressure and is from a reputable source.




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May 19th, 2017, 3:39 am #6

Komptec Compressor Introductory SALE, First 5 buyers will Save HUNDREDS off regular price

<font size="4">We are offering our GERMAN MADE Komptec Compressors at an unbelievable introductory price.

These are GERMAN MADE QUALITY SCUBA Compressors that have been proven for years in Europe. We are now bring them into the U.S. for filling PCP Air Rifles.

Available in 115 VAC at 70 Liters/minute or 230VAC at 90 Liters/minute. (90 L/min can top off a 97 Cu Ft Great White in 10 minutes from 3000-4500 PSI or from 0-4500 PSI in half an hour!). SPECIAL Introductory offer to first 5 customer is only $2895. Why? Because we need YOUR honest opinion of this unit!

Also available with auto-shutoff at only $3995! This only to the first 5 customers! Why? Because we need YOUR honest opinion of this unit!



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From mild to wild, we have all your compressor needs. We carry and stock all the quality brand compressors. From the inexpensive Freedom8, up to the unbeatable in performance Bauer. </font>

I always suggest looking for a cheap local shop to fill one's tank versus purchasing a compressor, as compressors aren't cheap. But<font size="5"> when you decide that you need (or want) a compressor, we have the largest selection, and GUARANTEED BEST PRICE.


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