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Author: Subject: Paint spraying advice

posted on 15/4/18 at 07:35 PM Reply With Quote
Paint spraying advice

Any paint sprayers out there...?
I'm looking at the best and most reasonably priced method of removing sufficient moisture from my compressed air to enablement me to make a decent job of painting my 1958 Austin A35. There's a one stage filter regulator, costs about £20-50 , a three stage filter regulator which provides breathing quality air , around£300, and a filter sold by Rtech welding called an AT1000 £80ish, which is designed for plasma cutters. All 3 are supposed to be suitable for painting according to the spec sheets
I'm sure the 3 stage system would do the job, does anyone know whether a one stage does a good enough job and has anyone any experience of the AT1000. One more question, could I run a breathing mask and my spraygun from a 3 stage unit, my compressor is a3hp 50 tire tank

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