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  • Compressed Air

    We are a manufacturing shop considering using the ProPress system for water lines and compressed air (120 psi). Has anyone else used it for compressed air?

  • #2
    ggb, i have not used it for compressed air yet. but i did look uo the ratings and approvals. this is on the blak o-ring seal (epdm).
    it has a working pressure of 200#psi with a test pressure of 600#psi and a temperature range of 0-250 degrees f. air is approved(cleaned, dried, filtered)
    you can call tech. services at 800-519-3456.

    rick.

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    • #3
      We have just completed a job with a 2-1/2" copper main line with smaller lines tapping off the main and going to various pieces of equipment.

      Worked great.

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      • #4
        Did you use the standards fittings for water or the special ones that allow for oil in your air systems? We have very clean dry air, so I am trying to get an idea if I need to stock two different types of fittings.

        Thanks,

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        • #5
          Sorry it has taken so long to get back to you on this.

          We used the standard fittings.

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