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  • TB Airpak

    I'm looking at TB Airpak to power a Votex cooling tube aka Personal Air Conditioner, 2500 BTU model. Anyone have the TB/Airpak with the factory cooler? How dry is the air it produces? Miller proclaims it removes 70% of the moisture. Is this dry enough for plasma cutting? Thanks- Ted

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    I frequently use my airpak for plasma and even spray painting, Never a drop of moisture and I dont even use a drier.


    • #3
      I get some water out of mine. It has the air drier in it.
      For paint or plasma I use a water separator.
      I have even painted with out the separator (farm stuff, not show).
      Good Luck,


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