Booster Pump

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The Ayrtekk Booster Pump is designed to take a lower high pressure air source, as low as 1000 psi, and "Boosts" the source pressure to a higher pressure, up to 4500 psi. The pump is powered by a 125 psi air source. The pump is typically used with compressed air, but is safe with air, oxygen, nitrogen or helium gases

The Ayrtekk Booster Pump is designed to go between the high-pressure air tank and the PCP airgun.  It uses a low-pressure air source to "boost" the high-pressure air fed into the high-pressure side of the pump to the higher pressure that is desired in the PCP airgun.  More information found at https://ayrtekk.com/

 Summary of Booster Pump Shot Count
 
For all tests: Airguns started with 3000 psi; shot with shot string; filled back to 3000 psi from starting psi in the Air Tank to begin recording the shot count.
 
.457 Airforce PCP Airgun Shot 350gr cast bullets. Three shots from 3000 psi. Average of 2100 psi left in Airgun after the three shots.
 
 Single Air Tank only - 4500 psi down to 3000 psi 

44 shots 15 fills
 
Using Booster Pump

 Single Air Tank using Tee and Regulator - 2900 psi down to 1000 psi:
  39 extra shots   13 extra fills ¦ 83 total shots  ¦ 28 total fills
 
 Single Air Tank using External Air Source (shop air) - 2900 psi down to 1000 psi 
 84 extra shots  27 extra fills ¦ 128 total shots ¦ 42 total fills
 
 Single Air Tank using External Air Source (shop air) - 2900 psi down to 350 psi
108 extra shots  36 extra fills ¦ 152 total shots ¦ 51 total fills
 
.308 Airforce PCP Airgun Shot 150gr cast bullets. Eight shots from 3000 psi. Average of 2100 psi left in Airgun after the eight shots.
 
 Single Air Tank only - 4500 psi down to 3000 psi
 168 shots  20 fills
 
Using Booster Pump
 
 Single Air Tank using Tee and Regulator - 2900 psi down to 1000 psi
 104 extra shots  13 extra fills ¦ 272 total shots ¦ 33 total fills
 
 Single Air Tank using External Air Source (shop air) - 2900 psi down to 1000 psi
 280 extra shots  34 extra fills ¦ 448 total shots ¦ 54 total fills
 
 Single Air Tank using External Air Source (shop air) - 2900 psi down to 375 psi
 376 extra shots  46 extra fills ¦ 544 total shots ¦ 66 total fills



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5 Stars
Worth having
Lot of tubes, valves, and physics in this little precision instrument. First off, its a little daunting to know what goes where and why; But, instructions are very straight forward and easy to understand. Assembly is a breeze thereafter and initially you're nervous to hit the the fill tab to start using (I mean c'mon, your dealing with 4500 psi in a spaghetti tube, right). Once you use this thing a couple of times........wow!! is all I can say. My biggest issue is that I bought an Umarex Hammer and its fill pressure is 4500 psi, so off my 74cuft tank, that might give me 1 or 2 complete fills, maybe. With this little gem, I have @25-30 fills. Otherwise, I would need to fire up my compressor every 4 shots. I actually bought this after I got my gun and before buying ammo (from Mr. Hollowpoint of course). I hadn't even fired it down range yet, except once to get an idea of decibels and see what others had commented about, 2 shots is all)My first time refilling the gun was with this booster pump and what a life and time saver. Well worth the cost in ease of use, manageability, and increased range time. All I can say is thanks to Maddog and Arytekk. Great little unit, easy to use and will allow for expansion of fills by adding another smaller tank, or of equal size, to drive the pump instead of using the your primary fill tank to do both. If you're not big into air gunning, all you need is a medium to large tank and that's it, BUT, if your big into air gunning, have multiple guns you like shooting, including big bores, then YOU NEED THIS UNIT!!! Also, doing the math, it will extend the life of your compressor by forcing you to fill less often versus every tank emptying moment at the range or afield. Also, its very mobile and no need to drag along a hand pump in case you tank runs out. No wires, no lubrication, no worries, no bullshit! Get yourself one!!!! You won't be disappointed.
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Reviewed by:  from MANDEVILLE. on 10/10/2020
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