[vcf-midatlantic] Value of Air Compressor in CDL workshop

Martin Flynn maflynn at theflynn.org
Mon May 10 22:48:08 UTC 2021

Was pointed out I have the part number on the power connector wrong: Its 
actually HBL530P9W...

On 5/10/2021 6:01 PM, Martin Flynn via vcf-midatlantic wrote:
> Sounds like there is enough value to move forward with accepting it.
> For now, the plan is a flexible hose with enough length to reach the 
> middle of the classroom, and out the furnace room exterior doors.  
> Might run a manifold via the attic later on,  but that about it as far 
> a distribution goes...
> Power connection is a Hubbell 560P9W pin & sleeve connector - not 
> planning to hardwire it to prevent ownership confusion.
> On 5/10/2021 5:21 PM, Sentrytv wrote:
>>   I was able to find a 140 psi craftsman horizontal 30 gallon motor 
>> on tank compressor in nice shape, at an estate sale, for $150.
>> I use it all the time for blowing off circuit boards, to powering air 
>> tool for working on my car.
>> Definitely a required tool for any shop.
>> One thing for certain, that if you don’t have enough reserve on your 
>> tank and pressure on your line it’s going cause a lot of PSI problems 
>> when you run lines throughout different buildings or rooms.

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