The PC1010N is estimated to be around 68 decibels.
It is made in Taiwan.
At 90 psi the SCFM is 0.7.
The pressure could be set too low on the compressor, check the nail gun for the max pressure it will take and adjust the compressor accordingly. Also if you were shooting real fast you may be out running the compressor ability. You may want to check the dept adjustment on the gun as well.
I assume that it means the controls and features are logically fashioned and easily understood. I own one, and it is simple to operate. It’s a very solid machine. Very good purchase.
Yes, but it isn’t a high high Volume of air because of the one gallon tank. You may want the next size up if you have the room to store it. The reason I purchased this one is because I recently sold my home and shop and moved into a senior Apt. complex. But I still set up a small shop in my spare bedroom. And this unit is ideal for small jobs and quite running. I would stick with this CO’s next size up though, they are exceptional quality for the $. Back to your original question, yes it will work, putting air behind water in the pipe ,or a line, will push the water out no matter how much air you put in the line.
The NEC does not recognize 115 volts AC as a standard voltage. 120 volts AC is a standard voltage. 120 volts AC times 4 amps equals 480 Watts.
It will for about ten nails or so and it will have to catch up. The plus side is that it's very lite and quiet.
For the PC1010N it would be 4 amps at 115 volts.