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04-22-2014 09:54 PM
Paint booth air line filters

I have set up my pipe system using the TP tools and equipment drawing, and used their filters. Works great in my shop at a reasonable cost. The part numbers are 3404 water separator, 3409 air regulator, and 3405-70 coalescing filter.
04-20-2014 02:33 PM
Paint Booth Air Filtration System

Recently installed an Air Layout Supply System (3/4" Black Iron) for our Paint Booth. Request recommendations for a Compressed Air Desiccant Dryer System or Like. Many on the market, i.e. Sharpe Model# 6760, Motor Guard M-1000. Budget: $800.00). Our shop GreenMerchants is an Auto Restoration Shop, located in Westport, Washington, on the west coast (rain and high humidity are significant environmental factors). Have gone the extra expense to "pipe in" air supply to lessen moisture in the air lines.

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