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Old 10-28-2013, 12:10 PM   #15
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I ended up buying a new 6 gallon portable compressor so I can maintain all the tires while on the road. No oiled tools are used with this one. But I use a disposable water/oil trap on the business end any way. Can you say "belt and suspenders?"

Oh and now I am friends with the neighbors with RVs. ;-)
What is the brand and source for the trap filters you use?
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Be sure to get a coalescing filter:
"Standard nominal five micron inline filters cannot remove
submicronic contaminants as required in critical
applications. The lowest particle removal limit for these
general purpose filters is 2 Ám. Eighty percent of aerosol
contaminants are under 2 Ám in size. Coalescing filters,
however, are specifically designed to remove submicronic
oil, water and solid contamination from compressed air.
Standard graded-porosity coalescing filters remove over
99.97% of all aerosols in the 0.3 to 0.6 Ám range. In
addition, these filters are over 99.98% effective at
removing all aerosols and solid particles larger than 0.3 Ám.
Thus, oil aerosols at a 20 ppm contamination level are
reduced to a 0.004 ppm concentration – acceptable for
virtually all pneumatic applications."
Great website on the topic:
http://teamtechnical.com/html/Parker...Coalescing.pdf
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