Air powered tools
Actually, a used one, but new to me! It's a 25 gal horizontal tank older Craftsman oiless in excellent condition. I've already checked it out and confirmed auto cut-off, etc. It has a filter and separate regulator added with galvanized iron piping, and I have bought a new combined filter, regulator and oiler to replace it with, and will probably replace all the iron fittings with brass. Since the air hose connects to this device, it obviously needs a brace of some kind to take the strain off the 1/4" piping. Also obviously, you can't drill into the tank, so I plan on fabricating a brace of 1 1/4" x 1/16" steel plate and using PC-7 epoxy to attach it to the tank. The filter ass'y has a mounting bracket between the filter and oiler that will just bolt to the brace. Does anybody have any other thoughts on how to do this?