Installing a Shop Air System


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  1. DV8R 808 said on December 26, 2016 9:22 pm:

    April…wrong already. Yes, you need to remove any oil for your painting in any professional capacity. However, you still need to FILTER your air as your compressor can and will produce WATER or condensation which will reek worst havoc on fine painting projects.
    See if you can isolate the filter and regulator and bypass just the oiler!

  2. GKS said on January 3, 2017 2:27 am:

    Understanding woodworking, tools, and safety go hand in hand, I would strongly recommend using a safety helmet when your feet leave the ground. One slip and you could bust your pumpkin open. Be safe…

  3. Chad Byrd said on January 4, 2017 2:49 am:

    You said you were going to put a “T” in your line for a paint sprayer so you dont spray oil with your paint. If you bypass the water separator, water will be in your line then. I have thought about this on my setup and I think if you drain the oil out of the oiler so oil can’t be picked up, you should be ok I believe. You can try it before you go putting in T’s. Just a thought.

  4. Faron Mastin said on January 5, 2017 1:08 am:

    I use to have a bodyshop and water is your worst enemy you might want to put anther water separator in your T line but place it at least 5 feet from the main line from your compressor to collect moisture better. Love the system of fitting landline seems simple enough. Good job and be careful.

  5. dean jordan said on January 10, 2017 3:35 pm:

    Thanks. The two last things for a perfect shop, making it dust free, and having a good air system. I just ordered that same system, and i just watched your other video on modifying the HF dust collector. I love that you could be speaking to someone with tons of experience, or none at all. Super nice delivery, great video’s. Still can’t for the life of me understand how you get any ‘dislikes’, *sigh* but, Internet. Thanks again, will continue to check out you channel.

  6. lightningsmokerXx said on January 14, 2017 9:28 pm:

    That’s a Can Do Lady Right There

  7. Craig Peters said on January 24, 2017 9:17 am:

    I did not read all 600+ comments, but was wondering about the noise level outside. The noise level inside was definitely reduced. What do your neighbors think of the noise level when the compressor runs during the evenings and/or during the weekends? Are you going to build a compressor shack, or something similar, for reducing the outside noise?

  8. Robert Horn said on January 26, 2017 10:29 am:

    Nice presentation. Boo on teh dislikes!

  9. Trace 23 said on January 29, 2017 6:28 am:

    another thing to do is occasionally bleed the tank on the compressor. The more humid the climate the more often you should check it.

  10. sttosin said on January 29, 2017 5:32 pm:

    Like your videos…been a subscriber to your channel for sometime but use a ladder when working at heights. Be a good example of safety to your viewers.

  11. Ivan Kebabremover said on January 29, 2017 7:09 pm:

    Those hose reels can be fuckers for trapping moisture, it could give you problems later.

  12. Calvin Dsouza said on January 31, 2017 11:41 am:

    Thats Great Info , Im planning to do the same in my Shop , And thanks for the last bit of info for spray painting , Instead of Frl Can i put a Filter Regulator and dryer ?

  13. jacques carlier said on February 1, 2017 12:53 pm:

    Bonjour,
    J’aime beaucoup l’arrangement de ton atelier

  14. Antonio Di Cappo said on February 3, 2017 8:33 am:

    Butch!

  15. mcfunk02 said on February 9, 2017 5:39 am:

    if your painting you still might want the filter part of that to keep the water out the lines when your paint. i have a filter i put quick connects on that is attach be for my hose when i paint. just a thought?? nice job though!! only thing i did is use metal water pipe instead of the hose.

  16. Ding Dong said on February 13, 2017 2:00 am:

    Copper lines work great too

  17. Tom B said on February 19, 2017 1:03 am:

    You made a wise choice on the 1/2″ kit. I installed the 3/8″ kit, and the compressor has to work quite hard to supply air if you’re using much of it. Were I to do it over again, I definitely would have gone with the 1/2″ kit like you did.

  18. Kirankumar Gundavarapu said on February 25, 2017 2:03 am:

    superbbb….

  19. Jeff said on March 1, 2017 8:57 am:

    you’ll probably need a filter for your sprayer line too to keep condensation out of the line

  20. Laura Cino said on March 1, 2017 2:14 pm:

    Great work…to Milano