|by David R. Greene "rockit man"||Date Added: Saturday 26 July, 2014|
I use this as the second to last line of defense to keep water out of the spray gun. Only problem is, you don't know when the desiccant is used up.
|by Richard Sanchez||Date Added: Sunday 09 February, 2014|
I bought this because I was having fish eye problems in my paint install it and notice no difference. It could be a different problem area that I am unaware off but this did not fix the problem.
|by Lyle Lanes||Date Added: Saturday 02 June, 2012|
This hose is perfect for the guy who worries about water or oil in their air lines. Bought one and put it on right after my new QC3 3-Stage Air Filter/Dryer Unit. Both together work perfect, and my fish eye issue is gone! My compressor is only 3 years old, but I apparently had a little oil residue coming through my lines. This helped to take care of any issues. My paint work now is free of contaminants. A+
|by ray||Date Added: Wednesday 07 December, 2011|
The DeVilbiss Desiccant Snake DS20 DEV-130502 works very well. When I do automotive paint work I need dry compressed air to do a quality job. The Desiccant Snake really does give me peace of mind that I am doing what is needed to ensure a good paint job result.It is very easy to install and works better than the water separators I have used in the past.
|by Little Cue||Date Added: Monday 11 January, 2010|
Does exactly what is says: keeps moisture out of your line!! and works better than them moisture traps!! good investment! thanks.
|by J. Watson||Date Added: Sunday 02 September, 2007|
I build furniture, and recently I was having trouble with water in the line clouding up the lacquer finishes I sprayed. I didn't want to spend hundreds of dollars on a desiccant air dryer, so I purchased one of these and it works like a charm. I've also used it to paint cars and it worked without a hitch. If you're looking for a temporary fix to that menacing moisture that'll ruin a good finish, look no further.
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