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4610AC Ultra Quiet and Oil-Free 1.0 Hp, 4.6 Gal. Aluminum Twin Tank Electric Portable Air Compressor
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4610AC Ultra Quiet and Oil-Free 1.0 Hp, 4.6 Gal. Aluminum Twin Tank Electric Portable Air Compressor

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California Air Tools 4.6 Gal. 1 HP Ultra Quiet and Oil-Free Aluminum Twin Tank Air Compressor
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Discontinued California Air Tools

4.6 Gal. 1 HP Ultra Quiet and Oil-Free Aluminum Twin Tank Air Compressor

  • One of the quietest compressors in the industry
  • Lightweight, rust-resistant tank is easy to transport and store
  • Oil-free design is engineered for performance and durability

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The California Air Tools 4610A Ultra Quiet Air Compressor is designed to be one of the quietest air compressors in the industry having only 60 dB of sound. This air compressor makes less sound than a normal conversation (65 dB). The powerful 1 HP motor operates at only 1680 RPM creating less noise and less wear. The oil-free Dual Piston Pump System is engineered for high performance and durability. The oil-free pump allows you to use in different temperatures and uneven terrains. The 4.6 Gal. aluminum rust resistant twin air tank is lightweight (44 lbs.) and easy to transport. The control panel comes complete with two 1/4 in. quick release connectors that will allow you to use up to 2 tools at the same time and 2 pressure gauges that allow you to monitor the pressure in the tank and at the outlet. This air compressor is ideal for anyone working where noise is a major issue.

  • Ultra quiet only 60 dB
  • Oil-free pump for less maintenance and repair costs
  • 4.6 Gal. rust-free aluminum twin tank
  • Lightweight for easy transporting - only 44 lbs.
  • Powerful 1 HP (rated/running) 2 HP (peak) motor
  • 3.80 CFM at 40 psi and 2.35 CFM at 90 psi/maximum pressure - 120 psi
  • 2-pressure control gauges
  • 2-1/4 in. universal quick connectors
  • Low amp draw 7.6 Amp/less heat dissipates heat more efficiently
  • Extra-large dual piston pump for increased compression/extra-long pump life of over 3000 hours
  • Thermal overload protector/less time to fill the tank - only 125 seconds
  • Low vibration - motor speed of 1680 RPM
  • Oil-free pump allows you to use in different temperatures and terrains
  • Easy to use ball drain valve
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Why is this smaller tank size more expensive than the 6gal. Size? Does it have to do with the twin tank? Is it better?

Asked by: Emily
The shape of the twin-tank unit is more like a box, and easier to move and handle. The tradeoff is that more metal and more welds are required, so it's going to be more expensive.
Answered by: nailedit
Date published: 2015-12-16

What type of hose and connector do I need to attach to the compressor?

Asked by: milklady
The 4610 has a 1/4" Female Universal / Industrial Quick Connector and a 1/4" Male Universal / Industrial Quick Connector is needed to connect to hose.
Answered by: CommunityAnswer
Date published: 2016-02-05

what size compressor do I need to operate a framing gun that requires 12.85 scfm 100 fasteners per min@90psi

I asked this question before and got the usual read the specs which I didn't have because I couldn't find them in the specs listed on homedepots.listing for this product on line . SO AGAIN HOW MANY cfm, s do I need to safely operate this freeman framing gun that requires 12.85 scfm with 100 fasteners per minute @ 90 psi. I own a 6 gallon porter gable pancake that produces 2.6 cfm @ 90 lbs max 135lbs . Is this sufficient and don't tell me to calculate scfms to cfms at 60 degrees . The high today was minus 1 below !!! I now have recleved the guns and want to use them but don't want to void the warranty by using the wrong compressor !
Asked by: aboutime
The basic range for this kind of nailer is 4 to 6 CFM. Since your not going to operate the tool any where near "standard" conditions you can reduce the SCFM by a factor of 2 or 3. Your 6 gallon pancake will probably not work, suggest using something a little bigger around 2HP 10+ gallon compressor.
Answered by: Makeitfromwood
Date published: 2015-09-20

Will this thing run an Impact wrench?

Asked by: Coalescterol
I would say yes, although I have not tried it my self. It easily reaches the pressure you would normally run an impact wrench at, 80-100 psi. It recovers very quickly after use. If you are a DIY guy taking the tires off your truck, I believe you would have no problems. If you are a pro and using it continuously you may want something with a higher storage volume.
Answered by: tempe
Date published: 2015-09-20
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4.6 Gal. 1 HP Ultra Quiet and Oil-Free Aluminum Twin Tank Air Compressor is rated 4.7 out of 5 by 77.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Best air compressor I've ever had. I like airbrushing scale models and sometimes I work past midnight this air compressor is quiet enough that it dosen't wake the wife and that would be bad, and I like the portability as I can take it with me to hobby meets and it wouldn't cause any disturbance to other modelers. thank you for making such a great product and I would advise anyone looking for a quiet air compressor to look into this 4610A air compressor from California Air Tools. Karl
Date published: 2013-10-04
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Exactly as Advertised - Ultra Quiet and Good Performance I hate pollution including noise pollution and this unit proves the point that air compressors don't need to be noisy (and irritating to everyone within 50 ft - even when used outside). All of the components on this unit appear to be of expected quality and work well. I've used it for a few weeks with basic uses - car/truck tire inflation, small nailers and general hobby use and the unit is fully satisfactory. I expected slower performance but the time to fill tanks to maximum is quick - and the cycle time is similar to the many noisy models I've used in the past. There are No compromises in performance with this unit. My only suggestion for improvement is that the final assembly leaves several items relatively exposed and subject to potential damage. The air filter is an add-on and the various valves and switches are unprotected and vulnerable. If used daily on a job site by different users - I see damage occurring to some components. Also, I prefer to hang most of my small equipment on wall-hooks and better packaging (complete wrap around frame) and bigger handles are my only areas for improvements here.
Date published: 2012-10-02
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Don't for get to screw in the air filter. Ran compressor for first time and noticed it was quieter than a pancake compressor but not as quiet as the comparison video. Then I noticed that the air filter wasn't screwed on and the manual doesn't mention anything about this step. Ran compressor again with filter and it's amazing how quiet it is. I would compare it to when my fridge compressor kicks in. Haven't used it much but I would say this is a keeper. Plus it's light and portable. Also, the picture doesn't show it but mine has a ball drain valve instead of a screw type.
Date published: 2014-12-10
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Extremely Quiet, Powerful I had gone years using a cheap compressor for around the house jobs, but one day I couldn't take the noise anymore and I found this unit. I was skeptical at first, but take it from me, this unit is as promised, extremely quiet, well built, dual connections. This would be great for interior carpenters as well.
Date published: 2013-10-01
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Lightweight and quiet This is the first twin tank compressor I have ever owned that doesn't throw my back out when lifting in and out of my work vehicle. It is also the quietest twin tank oilless that I have ever heard - it makes about as much noise as a refrigerator. Although far superior to my Emglo and Senco twins, I am disappointed in the air delivery running my Hitachi framing nailer as it is unable to keep up with rapid fire for sheathing. A major design flaw, in my opinion, is the power switch location. The lever is right near the relief pin so the pin frequently gets inadvertently pulled while turning on or off. On the upside, the quick-release tank drain makes it easy to bleed out condensation at the end of the day.
Date published: 2016-08-02
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I bought this as a replacement for one that was stolen I am impressed with the quietness of operation. It also seems to have a very quick recovery time when refilling the tank(s) to the correct pressure.
Date published: 2011-11-29
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Louder than the 65 Db it was rated at. Runs quite warm (but tolerable) at 25% duty cycle. This compressor was purchased for inside use. The manufacturer stated the 65 Db noise level from the compressor was "conversation level" loudness. I was certain to put on the intake filter (which some people claimed made a real difference in noise level). The unit is much quieter than my Porter Cable pancake compressor, but certainly louder than conversation level (except, perhaps at a train station). On the good side, rapidly gets up to 120 PSI. Only leaks away less than 1 pound of pressure per day (with no hoses attached). The regulator appears to be quite stable once you get it set. The unit is light weight, which was important. It does not trip a 15 amp breaker, so its current is certainly less than 15 amps (which is good). One other thing to note, if you use an air dryer (condensation catcher), the bottom of the catcher will not clear the frame of the compressor if you plug it directly into the quick-release quarter inch outlet. Overall, a solid compressor, but certainly not as quiet as imagined. A good size for people who do basic air-brush or pneumatic engraving work. It more than keeps up with a GRS-style pneumatic engraver or a Paasche model VL air-brush.
Date published: 2015-10-13
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Quiet, yet powerful This unit has been well engineered. It is unbelievably quiet! I have used it with a brad driver, a finish driver and nail framer and it has worked flawlessly.
Date published: 2013-03-19
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