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Re: Compressed air dryer ready to make me scream.
If there is one thing I have learned about pneumatic HVAC components in my relatively short career, it's don't go cheap. If there is anyway to get management to do this right, get rid of the harbor freight compressor and dryer. Harbor freight is great for some things. Building controls is not one of them.
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I'd love to replace it with an Ingersoll Rand, but knowing Mark, we'll end up with a bigger belt-driven HF compressor...
I was thinking, is the dryer really necessary? I've never had issues with water in the lines before...
"When the hammer drops, the bullshit stops"
You do want to dry the air. Any moisture that gets out to the controls would be a bigger headache than what you're dealing with now.