Question about Master Heaters Air Tools & Compressors
I have a Badger airbrush hose and I want to connect it to a Airbrush Depot brand TC20T compressor. what type of adapter do I need?? Thanks
Airbrush Depot compressor should be a 1.4NPT which is the most common- Badger makes an adapter for this size to their hose fitting. That fitting should be available from many sources. Badger did/does use a couple of sizes so make sure you know which model of brush you have.
http://badgerairbrush.com/Acessories_4.asp is the piece.it is at the bottom of the page.
If nothing else, it should be available through Walthers http://www.walthers.com
Posted on Feb 15, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
There is usually a regulator where the air coupling is. if not,just add one with some simple fittings and a regulator you can find at home depot in tool dept.
Posted on Jul 16, 2009
SOURCE: bubbles in color cup of airbrush
I assume you have adjusted the nozzle... On my unit, there is a SMALL hole in the cap for the cups to let in air above the paint. Also OFTEN the paint must be thinned to use in an airbrush. Since you havent been able to draw water even, thinning is NOT the problem.
The airbrush aspirates the paint by Bernouli's principle, that is where there is higher velocity of a fluid, there is a lower pressure. The nozzle creates that and the adjustment is important. On mine which is a "Wren", I think by Binks there is a conical piece that the paint comes out of with a throttling needle. This has the be unscrewed to open the paint path and adjust it. The air flows at high speed around this cone creating a vacuum.
The headline says "Eclipse" but that is a gravity feed so I suspect that is the old Fixya problem of having incomplete choices to pick from.
Posted on Feb 18, 2010
SOURCE: moisture is coming through my
When you compress air the moisture in the air condenses and pools in the tank, all compressors do this whether new or old. If there is water built up in your the tank it will come out when you release the air. There is a valve on the bottom of the tank you have to open from time to time to drain this water from the tank. Take the compressor outside if possible or have something under the valve to catch the water as it comes out. Open the valve slowly or it will blow the dirty/rusty water all over. Campbell Hausfeld and some other companies make filter/driers to put on your supply line if the air needs to be dry for your use. Most box stores (Home Dept, Lowe's, etc.) carry these driers or can order them for you.
Posted on Nov 01, 2010
SOURCE: i am using an iwata
Air brushes us a Theory called a "venturi" in where air pressure lowers the pressure where the paint is kept and causes it to go out the nozzle. I would try seeing if there is an obstruction in the hoses to the brush and confirm that the compressor is moving air. If none of these things are an issue also while cleaning the parts may give the appearance that the item is clean then try soaking them over night in paint thinner and replacing the O-rings and gaskets.
Posted on Apr 27, 2011
To get most to all water and vapor out of your line when painting is actually easy. First you need an inline water separator, and an extra 20 feet of air hose. Run the air hose off the compressor and coil it up. Put it in a bucket of icewater. Put the water trap or inline separator on after the bucket and run hose from that to your paint gun. Put a small disposable water absorber on before the paint gun too. I painted many cars like this and had horrible water problems before I did this. Now there is basically no water getting past the seperstor. Just remember to drain separator often and draining the compressor tank before you paint is good practice also.
Posted on Sep 18, 2011
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