Iwata Smart Jet Pro 110-120V Airbrush Compressor

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 Iwata Smart Jet Pro airbrush compressor is compact and quiet with low to medium output with an adjustable working pressure of 1-30 PSI. 
Iwata Smart Jet Pro is equipped with auto shut-off technology, which enables the compressor to shut itself off when not in use. This feature upgrade is known to lengthen the life span of the compressor motor because it reduces the workload of the motor over time. Iwata Smart Jet Pro has a moisture filter that prevents pulsation and traps condensation, delivering clean, dry air. The fully adjustable air regulator is controlled with the regulator knob and the gauge displays precise air pressure. The strong, protective outer case adds durability and includes a mounted airbrush holder. The modern Smart Jet Pro has an air intake filter that protects the motor from dust and particulates and allows easy-access for quick filter changes. The protective outer case adds durability and has a mounted airbrush holder so that you can conveniently rest your airbrush when not in use. 
Iwata Smart Jet Pro comes with a high strength polyurethane air hose for Iwata airbrushes. Also included are air hose adaptors for Badger, Aztek and Paasche brand airbrushes, a replacement air intake filter and a detailed operation manual. 

User Manual

Pressure Category Low to Medium Voltage Requirement (V) 110 - 120V 60 Hz Plug Type B Approved Region North America Amps (A) 1 Wattage (W) 120 Horsepower (hp) 1/8 Air Flow @ 50 Hz (CFM) - Air Flow @ 50 Hz (LPM) - Air Flow @ 60 Hz (CFM) 0.71 Air Flow @ 60 Hz (LPM) 20 Max Pressure (psi) 50 Max Pressure (MPa) 0.34 Working Pressure (psi) 1 - 30 Working Pressure (MPa) 0.01 - 0.21 Auto-Shut-off Yes Air Storage Tank Capacity (L) No Air Pressure Regulator Yes Net Weight (lbs) 11.84 Net Weight (kg) 5.37 Assembled Dimensions (in) 7.09 x 10.75 x 6.30 Assembled Dimensions (mm) 180 x 273 x 160

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