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Posted on Running air lines for a new Husky 60 gallon compressor

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SweetTea

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#1 posted 10-28-2017 11:58 AM



seperator/filter, regulator. a reg at the gun is wise.
are ya lookin to go cheap? if so, build a water seperator. i cant find a pic of mine, but heres a pic to go off of

this isnt something to use pex pipe on- youre going to want copper to help cool the air and condense it.
after that,this or something similar

https://www.autobodytoolmart.com/devilbiss-finishline-120cfm-air-line-filter-50cfm-regulator-130099-p-14418.aspx

if ya want to spend some $$$$ then something similar to this
https://www.autobodytoolmart.com/devilbiss-camair-ct30-series-desiccant-air-dryerfilter-system-ct-plus-p-15078.aspx

althouth ill say that with my copper pipe seperator and devilbiss filter/ regulator, over about 20 vehicles painted, a dozen sets of mc tins,tons of woodworking projects, and lots of odds and ends people would bring to me to paint, i havent ever had a moisture problem.

one note:
its wise to have an airhose dedicated to spraying.

- tomsteve

I had already planned to run my line like the picture you posted. I also plan on buying a dedicated hose for spraying. But I can not afford a $200+ dollar filter+regulator. I am planning to order a QualSpray HVLP gun and one of their air line filters. Their filter is $50. I am also planning to use a regulator from Lowes at the compressor and on my gun. Unless you can give me any reason not to use those? Would I need anything else?


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