So this is an 'off season' question that I just decided to ask after reading another thread.
So one Winterizing method is to use compressed air. I've tried this approach with my former TT which had a pretty simple plumbing system. And even then I didn't feel like I was doing it right.
I have a portable air tank that I can take to the filling station and load up. But that tank doesn't have a regulator so if it has 200 lbs of pressure in it, when I start blowing out the plumbing it's putting 200lbs of pressure in there (yea-I know not to do that
I also have a portable compressor. If I use that, it can't move enough air to even get up a few pounds of pressure.
So is there any option other than buying the type of commercial compressor used to drive power tools - which I have no other use for?? How do those of you who winterize with air do it? What equipment do you use?
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Buddy Ray - Atlanta
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