I used 3/4" (which is, of course, about 1" in diameter), and the flow is
fine for pretty much anything. Larger would be nice if you're sandblasting
or something, but 3/4" gives you enough flow for most continuous
On Mon, 3 May 2004 21:44:18 -0700, firstname.lastname@example.org (JAMES Mankin)
Put in as big a pipe as you can afford/manage. Pneumatics aren't the
same as hydraulics, and if you have a long run with too small pipe it
can affect your flow; not how much, but how soon.. Also, the pipe acts
as storage, increasing the apparent size of your tank.
Think 1" or larger.
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thanks guys for all the help its going to be great without all those
airhoses being draged all over the shop floor now if I can just find
time to finsh the wiring no more extesion cords
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