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Old 10-21-2005, 09:25 AM
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pvc air lines is a no no

pvc can degrade become brittle and explode. for household water it is below ground and not exposed to light. My son the plumber ran copper in my new 5000 sq ft shop the air compressor has an automatic drain system then the copper runs down each side of the shop and slopes down hill with a drain at the end of the lines. all drops from the main lines come out the top of the pipe then elbow down so as not to get moisture from the drainage. I don't have a dryer built in but use portable filter - water trap-regulators when i am going to paint. they came out of a factory that shut down.
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