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Old 04-25-2011, 06:47 PM
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Originally Posted by timothale
I don't think the yellow flex is rated for high enough pressure for compressed air. It seems like the plumbers only used 15 or 20 pounds when they pressureized the house ghas lines for the building permit inspection
Yeah I'm not going to chance it. I'll just get the TP Tools one.

So folks... The whole regulator / filter selections are annoying me. Too many choices! Should I go with a Sharpe 606A or one of the SpeedAire or Wilkerson from Grainger? Are they all equivalent?

Should I cut off that 1/2" pipe I soldered in for an outlet and go with 3/4" or does it matter? Am I over thinking this???

EDIT:
I'm going to use a very obscure quote from a semi obscure film "Excalibur" when Arthur is trying to pry an answer out of Merlin, who never answers questions directly. Sometimes when questions get asked here and the experts dodge a strait recommendation it pops into my head....

So in regards to the filters :
No poetry. Just a straight answer. Which is it?!?

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