Re: Moisture trap for air brush


Douglas Harding
 

Gene one solution would be to run an hose from the compressor to your paint booth, mount the moisture trap and regulator on the outside of the paint booth, attach your airbrush to the regulator or trap with the standard hose it came with, and begin painting. This will keep your compressor outside, away from your painting area, reducing noise, and gives you a long line to cool the air. It also gives you the 6’ (or so) of hose for free movement of the airbrush without the cumbersome moisture trap hanging off the bottom of the airbrush.

 

Doug Harding

www.iowacentralrr.org

 

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