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10-13-2007 07:39 PM
Scode68 I need to do some sand blasting and painting so Iíve been looking at these. The 50' of hose is also what I was thinking. I figured that my Dad could also use it on his Chevy. The 57 he has needs a lot of work.
10-13-2007 06:27 PM
dt196 I've had that unit for about a year now. It works great. I got 50' of hose so I could have about 35' inside the booth and the unit placed a good 12' away from the booth. I've never had the motor run more than 1/2 speed and had plenty of cool air, even when the shop temp was near 90*. It will take a little getting used to dragging 2 hoses around while spraying ( supplied air respirator and compressor hoses). I got one because I need to wear glasses while painting and this was the best option.

Dan
10-13-2007 02:08 PM
home brew The one thing I would be concerned about is that there is no NIOSH approval for this system. They say it too expensive to do for a system so cheap - ????
10-13-2007 07:28 AM
Scode68 Thatís actually the same company. I knew that I saw it on their page but couldnít find it so I posted their Ebay link.

I think the first Breathecool respirators had a different pump but now it looks more like the hobbyair.
10-13-2007 05:28 AM
roger1 Wow, that looks like a good deal if the system is a decent quality.

Looks like you don't have to get this off of ebay.

Found this through a google search:

http://www.turbineproducts.com/fresh...spirators.html
10-12-2007 09:02 PM
Scode68
Breathecool II Air Respirators

Anybody using this one?

How do you like it?

http://cgi.ebay.com/Supplied-fresh-A...QQcmdZViewItem

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