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EC-3000 - The Hill Electric Air Compressor Pump

EC-3000 - The Hill Electric Air Compressor Pump

Ref: EC-3000

799.99

Please select the correct version for your location:
3000-001 - 220-230v UK Version comes with 3 Pin UK Plug Adaptor
3000-003 - 220-230v EU Version comes with 2 Pin EU Plug Adaptor

Some Things are Worth Waiting For......

It's finally here for the world to see, the pump you have all been waiting for, the Hill EC-3000 Electric Air Compressor

Designed, Manufactured and Assembled by Hill Pumps in our Sheffield, UK, Factory.

Launched in Las Vegas at Shot Show back in January of 2020.

The EC-3000 is available to order online and at all good gun shops throughout the U.K.

For Trade Sales in your local market please contact us for information: sales@hillpumps.com

Download The Latest Version of The EC-3000 User Instruction Manual Here

Some Features of the EC-3000:
  • Patented Innovation.
  • CE Certified with Built In Safety.
  • Quietest Compressor on the market running at just 75db.
  • Fast fill - Pistols approx. 1min and Air Rifles approx. 3min from 0 to 250 bar.
  • Set pressure up to 300 bar, with auto shut off.
  • Fully automated and looks after itself.


Please note the Crank Oil is now red and the Silicone Oil is clear. The very first EC-3000 units were manufactured with clear crank oil but we have now changed this to be dyed red so that both oils can be differentiated from each other.

Both of these oils have been specifically manufactured and designed for use with the EC-3000 Electric Compressor. No other oils should be used with the EC-3000.

The Crank Case Oil (Red) is in the perfect size bottle for the unit as it takes almost the whole bottle to fill the crank properly on the initial fill, and should not need topping up for some time. When filling the crank oil please ensure that it is filled properly, this should require near enough the whole 50ml bottle.

The Silicone Oil (Clear) is used all the time by the pump and should need replacing after approximately 50 hours of run time, this is also the correct point to change the Crank Oil.

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