Quincy Compressor

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PostPosted: Thu Dec 07, 2023 2:49 pm
OldFatBald wrote:Used the RapidAir FastPipe on the inside to make a radiator prior to the water trap/regulator. I have some auto-drains on order that will be installed at each drop.

I really like the stuff, it is a bit pricey but it works awesome. No leaks on the blue pipe.

I do have two small leaks that I need to address but one is an old union that I didn't expect to work and the other is an off-shore (I didn't want to say Chinese crap) Stainless nipple. Shouldn't take me too long to get those corrected.

Haven't really had a chance to use the new compressor, but I am expecting it to make me a better painter than Painter Dave!!

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How is this rapid air fast pipe setup to remove moisture from the line? What is the best setup to have? And what about the water trap filter after the piping?

Anyone have the jt dryer and is that good for painting?

Thanks in advance!

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PostPosted: Sat Dec 09, 2023 3:53 pm
Basically I made a radiator on the inside of this garage. Where those yellow circles are now have auto drains. I have a T at one point past this that goes underground to my Pig Barn Shop which is directly next to this garage.

The Quincy compressor is directly behind that wall on the outside of the garage in it's own little house.

I paint in the Pig Barn and the air goes through the setup below. Water no longer really gets to this setup now.

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