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Re: air compressor tank drain

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01-05-2014 12:09:47

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That would be a useful attachment if you have a sizeable or nearly new compressor outfit. I didn't know that they made anything like it. But that's a little pricey for my old early 70s Craftsman 3hp. 20 gallon tank unit. LOL Like maxwell said,I just try to remember to drain mine every few days. Actually, the Craftsman has been sitting in a corner for about ten years awaiting repairs, but I left the drain valve open.
Been getting by with a little HF POS for inflating tires and blowing parts dry.

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01-05-2014 14:10:39

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 Re: air compressor tank drain in reply to ShadetreeRet, 01-05-2014 12:09:47  
Used to do repair on compressors, etc. One guy brought me a twin tank, wheelbarrow style they used on job site. Asked him if he drains it, "no, this is a GOOD compressor, it doesn't have to be drained" Still wouldn't build pressure. Like the smart-A$$ I am, opened the drain cock and it ran for nearly 15 min. Closed it back, plugged it in and got 125 lbs/sq in. I had a hard time keeping from laughing in his face that I couldn't charge him for the daily humor.

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