Originally Posted by LakeSuperior
What pressure range and volume is your high pressure tank.
Perhaps more importantly, what are the volume requirements per shot for the stapler?
Pneumatic nailers are thirsty, small staplers, generally not so much. Bostich has finally started making an effective, reasonably low cost (less than 50 US), T50 electric
stapler, available from the big box stores, that works really well for upholstery (I replaced the pneumatic one I used for recovering pool tables with one recently, don't know how long it'll last, but it works as well as the one it replaced), if that is your end use.
It's 110vac, so you'd need a low-wattage inverter
to run it from battery
And to answer the original, unanswered question, sure, they're called air-operated diaphragm
pumps. Also, like framing nailers, very thirsty indeed...