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Posted 20 April 2004 - 10:17 PM
My question is what do I need to run some tools like a grinder or impact wrench without worrying about it running out of breath? I thought it was PSi's but someone said it is actually the CFMs. (What are they) I know 150 PSi is pretty good but I am not sure what a good rating for a CFM is. Anyone knowledgable about these things (In depth, not just general knowledge) Thanks, Boz
Posted 20 April 2004 - 10:21 PM
Don't ask me what a good CFM rating is for a compressor. Cooling fan for a computer case or processor, yes.
Posted 20 April 2004 - 11:15 PM
I own that same compressor. I never end up using the 3/8 ratchet it comes with, and the hose I ended up replacing with a lot longer one and a Rapid Reel that I bought at Menards. A high quality RUBBER hose is worth much more than those plastic ones. Plastic is good for contractors that work outside alot but rubber is better in a garage (opinion only). The compressor keeps up with me for changing tires and grinding, sanding or using my cutoff tools.
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