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    What are your thoughts on this Air/oil separator? Any good suggestions for a better one, or is this overkill? Thanks for your input

    https://www.amazon.com/INDUSTRIAL-RE...9792588&sr=8-2

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    Not over kill but maybe overpriced. Just by the look of it in the pictures I get the feeling it should sell for $30 to $50. That gauge looks real cheap. The pressure regulator looks like one I bought 30 years ago for next to nothing and it wasnít worth that either. It reduced pressure all right but it didnít pass much air. To be fair I didnít need much flow as I used it to reduce my tank pressure for a small air brush. The metal parts look like die cast aluminum parts held together with what looks like phillips head self tapping screws. Thatís just my opinion from looking at a picture. I could be wrong but if I needed to buy a good one Iíd get a DeVilbiss unit from Len.

    Bob K

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    Quote Originally Posted by kcode View Post
    What are your thoughts on this Air/oil separator? Any good suggestions for a better one, or is this overkill? Thanks for your input

    https://www.amazon.com/INDUSTRIAL-RE...9792588&sr=8-2
    I've never had experience with the one you posted but we have sold a bunch of these and everyone loves them. Click on the link and read the info.


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    Quote Originally Posted by kcode View Post
    What are your thoughts on this Air/oil separator? Any good suggestions for a better one, or is this overkill? Thanks for your input

    https://www.amazon.com/INDUSTRIAL-RE...9792588&sr=8-2
    looks pretty standard issue for industrial use. most of the stuff you get now is that modular style, with o-rings or something between the elements. the desiccant cartridge seems a bit small for my liking if you plan on using it as air prep for painting. i have one similar to the one len posted, works fantastic.
    b marler

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