Question about Northern Industrial 2 Hp 6 Gallons Electric Air Compressor
Honestly you can use either. Some compressors come with both. My personal preference is the head mounted unloader valve because it's far more reliable and a lot less complicated.
However if you use a switch mounted unloader valve you can connect the tubing to either the head or the tank check valve.
Anywhere on the backside (between the check valve to the head), of the tank check valve is fine
Posted on Nov 17, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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