Originally Posted by kevs79
I have been reading it is a good idea to cool the air coming from the pump before it goes to the tank and have a water trap after the cooler. Alot of guys have used an automotive evaporator or condenser to cool the air. I have an old a-coil from home unit and was thinking of using it. I was going to plumb it between the pump and tank and have a water trap before it goes into the tank. Also would add a fan to blow into the a-coil just like your furnace does to dissipate the heat. Of course I would have to eliminate the expansion valve on the a-coil to remove that restriction.
The only things I can think of are 1) be sure the coil is internally clean and 2) what's the tube size? If it's too small, it could be a restriction to flow rate.