Question about Air Tools & Compressors
I have this iwata is-925 air brush gun ,the water separator does not seem to be doing its job ,i am getting water come through the gun,when using the gun and looking at the water trap site glass the water seems to be splashed up against the glass,when i push the water release not much water comes out ie more water comes out of the gun than that what should be caught in the trap,looking at the lay out on the regulator there are 4 holes one is the air inlet which is what it is but for the hole marked out it is bunged off with a cap on the left and right which has no marking the pressure gauge is attached which operates fine on the oppisite side is the hose that goes to the gun is this the problem that i am having is this hose ment to be connected to the hole marked out one woul think so ,or does it not matter can either 3 holes be used and the water separator work on all of them ,hope you can under stand my english be good to here from you
The iwata 925, although a good compressor, does not have a tank to store air and allow the air to cool somewhat before going into the water trap. For best results, the water trap needs to be far enough away from the compressor to allow the compressed air to cool allowing water to condense out. Go to a compressor repair shop in your area and have them make an air tank out of used parts and have them move the water seperator from the compressor to the remote tank. It should not cost more than thirty dollars or so. If space is a problem then just purchase an extra hose and attach an inline seperator like the one shown here: http://www.dickblick.com/zz269/23/ , Coil the hose and hang on wall. The coils will help to catch water. Be sure to empty the extra hose frequently. Good Luck
Posted on Jan 05, 2009
If your water separator is not doing the job then you have too much moisture in the compressor tank. Turn on the air relief valve to release the air. Be sure it is at a low point so that the moisture in the tank will also escape. Once the tank is completely empty screw the relief valve shut, start the compressor and then check the output for moisture. You should be good to go.
Posted on Jan 04, 2009
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