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Quincy air-system Airnet Piping

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  • Quincy air-system Airnet Piping

    Seems so easy it's cost would be a concern for most shops. http://www.quincycompressor.com/prod...-system-piping

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    Quincy air-system Airnet Piping

    Nice looking system, could see it working well in a big install. There are some similar new products out, but this looks to be the highest quality I've seen. Just saw a black pipe install - this could have been a better choice, depending on cost.

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    • #3
      Black pipe will rust just go with copper, Its way faster and not really that much more expensive.

      If you use that stuff What do you do with the left overs or if you short 1 pc. do you wait a week for it and how much is shipping.

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      • #4
        3/4", 'L" type copper using silver solder worked well for my Dad's 7.5 HP unit.

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        • #5
          same stuff http://www.transairaluminumpipe.com/...FVSVMgodv04AEw

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