Hi, I'm new to the world of compressors and have been searching for information for a few days now with little success. This forum seems like it has many helpful members and I've noticed several of you have a similar compressor to me. I feel a little cheeky having my first post be such a request, but I would be very appreciative of any help! I am starting to do resin casting and have found that, in order to eliminate some limitations, I need to be casting some parts under about 35psi. My approach is to use a compressor to pressurise a modified 10 litre paint tank. I've acquired a Wolf Sioux 25 and this paint tank. My problem is that the documentation of both items is appalling and my knowledge is similarly basic. The image below shows the changes I need to make. I would like to know what kind of fittings I should use and what size they would need to be. I have measured the connections but am still a little unsure. The compressor has quick connectors but what type are they? They look to me like series25 but, like I say, I'm new to all this. A is .5" male and B is .64" male (is this 5/8"?). May just remove the right-angle fitting on B if I can and plug the hole. Measurement looks the same. C is pretty much optional (prevents air disturbing the molds) but is .32" (5/16"?). I also need to add the ball valve and an adaptor to connect it to the compressor. Can anyone recommend an inexpensive water filter too? I've seen people on this forum removing the whole outlet section that comes fitted to the compressor and attaching their own parts to the hole at the end of the tank. I am slightly worried about parts sticking out like that and the filter hitting the floor so would probably prefer to avoid that approach. I have no real urge to preserve the dual outlet. Some photos of the connections are here. Many thanks for any help!