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Old 02-23-2010, 07:57 PM
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Removing moisture in air to media blaster

I have a moisture trap coming out of the compressor tank (80 gallon Black Max) and one going into the Harbor Freight 40 Lb. Pressurized Abrasive Blaster. How often should I release the moisture? The moisture traps are opaque, so it's hard to tell when there is a significant amount in them. I also have the drain on the bottom of the compressor tank.

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I like to crack open The drain before each time I use it.. It is a very good habit to get use too..
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i've had the same problem. I took the cap of the blaster, put a diesel heater next to it overnight. It drove the moisture out and it worked great after that.
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