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Airtank for Airbrushing

Tools 'n' Recommendations Article by Steve Bamford

This establish is pretty simple to make. The container includes the atmosphere container stress gauge and filler breast. I had buying the water trap and stress regulator valve and also the accessories etc to piece the whole thing collectively. Remember to use plumbers tape (Teflon(?) tape) on all of the threaded joints between all fittings and copper pipe etc. We have a sizable compressor in my own garage that i take advantage of to fill up this container...although you might like to fill it at the regional fuel place.

This set up i take advantage of is a 5 Gallon environment container...it's okay for those who have a compressor in the storage to refill it, like I do. But the 9 or 10 gallon (35 to 40 liters) is the best choice. This 5 gallon tank empties faster than Needs.

Oh...and ignore trying this set-up with a classic extra tire. You need a tank that will safely hold 80 to 100 psi of force. The extra tire would just hold about 35 psi, so that it is reduced on pressure shortly after you begin airbrushing.

Choose the 9 or 10 gallon container alternatively.

Steve Bamford



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