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Compressor question

Discussion in 'Compressors' started by themack, Mar 30, 2021.


  1. themack

    themack Young Tutorling

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    So, I took the plunge and bought a 24 litre, 9.6 cfm direct drive, oiled compressor. ;)
    This one here;
    https://www.sgs-engineering.com/sc24h-24-litre-high-flow-air-compressor

    Now this one has two outlets, but only one regulator. My question is if this regulator regulates both outlets or if one is high power (as much as the compressor gives?
  2. DaveG

    DaveG Airbush Analyst Very Likeable!

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    Looks to me like one gauge reads tank pressure, the other regulated pressure. It also looks like the two outlets are on the regulator - so, they output at the same pressure.
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    They say: Boasting twin outlets, this compressor can have two tools connected to it at once.
    I don't think that you can have an outlet without regulator. It's 1 regulator for 2 outlets.
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    As advised above. The left gauge is the tank pressure, the right gauge regulates the outlet pressure. You can run a line to your desk/easel with a seperate regulator for your airbrush.
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  5. themack

    themack Young Tutorling

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    Thank you guys that's what I thought. Will find out today, how long one filling lasts at 35 psi before it kicks in again.

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