- Model NO.: AS176
- AMP: 0.4-1.0A
- Auto Start Pressure: 43psi
- Air Flow: 20-23L/Min
- Noise Level: 47db
- N.M: 2.7kg
- Specification: CE, GS, ROHS, ETL, CETL
- HS Code: 8414809090
- Voltage: 100V-240V
- Auto Stop Pressure: 57psi
- Working Pressure: 5-35psi
- Air Tank: 0.3L
- Dimension: 160*150*175mm
- Trademark: HSENG
- Origin: China
Auto stop pressure: 57PSI (4bar)
Auto start pressure: 43PSI (3bar)
Working pressure: 5~35PSI (0.35~2.5bar)
Air flow: 20~23L/Min
Air tank: 0.3L
Noise Level: 47 db
Dimension: 160X150X175 MM
N. W. 2.7 KG
Air outlet: 1/8'' BSP
Oil-less Piston type
Auto stop Function
Working pressure adjustor
Small air tank inside
Thermally overload protected
Light on/off switch
Air inlet filter and air outlet filter
Accessory inside: 1 pcs 1.7M air hose; 1 pcs mini air filter.
Airbrush compressor AS176, together with airbrush, can be widely used in craftwork spraying, cosmetics, tattoo, tanning, hobbies/models, fingernail painting, and general airbrushing.
Though the earliest record of this type of cosmetic application dates back to the 1925 film version of Ben-Hur, now it become more and more popular for home use, professional makeup, Facial Care and so on.
Airbrushes can also be used to apply temporary airbrush tattoos. An artist sprays ink onto the skin through a stencil. Often, the resulting design mirrors the look of a permanent tattoo, without any pain or discomfort.
Airbrushes are used to apply special tanning solutions as a form of sunless tanning that simulates the appearance of a natural sun tan. It is promoted as a safer and healthier alternative to the damaging effects of long term exposure to the sun. It is often performed by companies also offering other sun tanning alternatives like sun beds.
Finger nail art
Airbrushes are also used to apply images onto human finger nails as well as synthetic ones that are later glued to the person's actual finger nail.
T-shirt airbrushing is popular— Many T-shirt airbrush shops offer to paint any textile that will hold paint, including jeans, denim jackets, leather apparel, pillow cases, and hoodies.
One well known producer of airbrushed clothing is Marc Ecko, who used to airbrush T-shirts when he started his clothing company.
Airbrushes are commonly used by scale modeling enthusiasts because finer coats can be laid down, as well as opaque effects, like weathering, adding stains etc.
Airbrushes are used to spray murals, graphics, and other artwork on automobiles, motorcycles and helmets. This art form has been around since at least the fifties, but more recently it has seen an increase in popularity thanks to such shows as Rides and American Chopper. Most professionals prefer to use automotive grade bases through top of the line gravity fed airbrushes. The cost to hire a professional artist will vary from a few hundred to several thousand dollars, depending on location, skill level and reputation.