Only if the castors don't have brakes . . .I've bunged the heavy beast on some large casters so I can move it about. Thinking to add a reducer for lower psi outlets as well as one at full chat (10 bar) straight off the Reciever.
I've toyed with the idea of a retractable hose....mounted on the compressor itself - is that a daft idea?
actually you raise a good point... especially as the integrated water trap T's arent' available as 22mm fittings.
Ditto. I'd intended to complete the air ring around the ceiling, but there's a gap of about a third of it waiting to be done after I re-jig some shelving and insulation. Even without the full-on ring feeding my air tools, I'd say the flow from the existing 1/2" partial ring is adequate. Indeed, the most air-hungry tools I've used so far are more limited by the compressor gasping to keep up, rather than airline capacity.I ran 12mm around my similarly sized garage, stuck a connection at the two front corners and middle of each wall, simply for convenience of use, with a retracting hose reel each front corner to drag out to cars or use inside. Never noticed any problem with amount of air needed.
Ah, you're right of course - I had them confused with their other tee sections...If you are talking about the JG ones, they are only available in 22mm, you have to use the reducer insert to get them to 13mm.
You can see it in my picture a couple of posts above.