Hello all was wondering if anyone out there has experience using an air compressor to blast the dust out of pc's, i am so tired of using can after can of compressed air, damn customers wont clean the computers ever, anyway was thinking of an airbrush attachment if thats possible with a very small quiet compressor, any advice as in the pro's or cons and any recomendations for certain equipment would be appreciated, thanks.
Nov 14th, 2008 04:54 PM #1
Using an airbrush+compressor to clean dust out of computers
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Nov 14th, 2008 05:58 PM #2
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I don't see why not. People have been using airbrush + compressor to clean dust off model kits for a while now. Obviously you have to take proper care to make sure you don't accidentally blow off any tiny, loose parts like jumpers.
Nov 14th, 2008 06:05 PM #3
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Sure why not... but you don't need an air brush (it's a bit too fine and not enough cfm's). Get a small compressor from Princess Auto (great deals) probably under a $100 bucks with a fairly largish 'holding tank', I think there is a twin tank version... it holds a certain amount of air at X PSI while the other drains into it... and a simple air nossle with a hose would be good. For another $15 don't forget a filter on the output...
Then look at the neat air tools available, and you'll put up with the noise.