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Old 08-15-2009, 11:35 AM
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air fed mask

Hi All,

I I'm using 2k paints, and was wondering what I should be looking for when purchasing a air fed mask?

If anyone has an recommendations on any good makes or complete kits out there please let me know.

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Mask

I don't know squat about them, and bought a fireman's tank and mask on E-bay that I never used. I will likely put it back up on E-bay. Contact your paint supply company for safety recommendations.

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I use a SATA mask, with a DeVelbiss filter/dryer.
Plug it into any airline, and a short hose from the belt filter, to the gun.
Works real well.
Bought it in 1996, cost about $1000. And darn well worth it!!
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fresh air systems are nice however are pita if you're pulling two hoses around car as you're painting. Pretty easy to mess up paint job if you're not careful
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Do a google search for Hobby Air or sas air systems. They both have supplied filtered air systems to the mask.
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