If this compressed air thing takes off, there will soon be a temptation to power blow the living daylights out of cartridges. Be aware that even a gentle puff of compressed air will break MC coil wires. I know as I have done just this in a fit of stupidity. A Watts dustbug is a far better option to keep things clean.
"If you don't like my principles, I have others" - Groucho Marx
Vinyl Dude, that's a weanie "clean air" compressor. My friend in the model train club is certified to work on 5000 HP three stage screw compressors that put out hundreds of cubic meters of air per second at 175 PSI (12-14 Bar) through a 125 mm pipe to run the chicken processing plants east of us in Arkansas. (They kill and dress up to a million chickens a day in one plant, and ship the frozen feet to China where they are a delicacy.) That's 4 14 meter frozen shipping containers a DAY of chicken feet from just one ( of several dozen) plants. Actually, my 3 HP twin cylinder shop compressor would run circles around that Chinese vane compressor. My storage tank is about twice the size (130 liters), and mine is a little "shop" compressor. It's not even a 5-7.5 HP 240VAC three-phase dual stage with a 300+ liter tank. Marc's bad boys have 400mm shafts (and up) driven by electric motors several times the size of my house. Their air storage tanks are 40 meters long and 8-12 meters in diameter and there may be a half dozen of them outside the chicken plant for each compressor. I wish they would have let me video taped one line processing 10,000 chickens per hour. That's a lot of Chicken McNuggets....