Advise please, pressure switch

  1. carbon

    carbon Member

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    Under the cover there usually is an adjusting screw of some description, may be marked with + and -. Closer to 8 bar would be safer and not load the motor as much
     
  2. Andzejus1981

    Andzejus1981 Member

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    Thank you Chris :thumbup:
    Yes I know where is the adjusting screw, in my case is the hex nut, Im just wondering 10bar is better? because I heard some spray painters seting up the compressors up to 10bar :dontknow:
    But yes, you right Chris, 8 bar is safer.
     
  3. roofman

    roofman Purveyor of fine English buckets and mops

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    10 bar in to the tank for a bit more storage maybe, but must be regulated going to the gun to reduce massively...ignore my post if you already know this but i just did,nt want to read your next post of "help how to remove spray gun from side of my head":o
     
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  4. Andzejus1981

    Andzejus1981 Member

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    :laughing:
     
  5. Andzejus1981

    Andzejus1981 Member

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    I try to adjust cut-in cut-out settings so I can run my tools at 6-8bar but I cant configure out how to make cut-in 6 & cut-out 8, the pressure differential is 3 bar as standart (cut-in 5 & cut-out 8), how to reduce to 2 bar?
    Edit: There are no screw for the differential pressure btw only hex nut for cut-in pressure
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