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    Does anyone recommend any air compressors around the 90 mark please?
    24L will be fine. It's going to be mainly used for dust blowing and cleaning embroidery machinery. The dust we get from fabric is unreal and the machines need the dust blowing from the front panels etc..too fiddly for brushes etc..

    looking at this kind of thing:

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    many thanks in advance

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    Default Re: Air Compressors

    Aldi had an offer on them last week if you can find any in stores still?

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    Default Re: Air Compressors

    The paint spray gun is useless with that though. They need a lot of air
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    Default Re: Air Compressors

    That size will be fine for blowing of course. That one has a cheap as chip suzie hose. Better to get yourself a better rubber one.

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    Default Re: Air Compressors

    Just be aware they are really noisy for using inside. I've got a clarke shhh one which I use for indoor stuff like dust blowing. Or you can get the ones dentists use like bambi. Obviously bit more over budget.

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