Question about IWATA -CS Eclipse AIRBRUSH w/COMPRESSOR KIT-Air Brush
Im using an iwata smart-jet compressor and im having an issue of water coming out of the airbrush from the hose. I empty the catchment but its just getting worse
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
An in-line water separator should be used before the supply line, a good air filter wouldn't hurt either.
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