Posted by Fixerupper on September 16, 2012 at 12:06:15 from (18.104.22.168):
I plan to bury an airline to a building I remodeled into a truck shop for my son. What's the ceapest type of airline I can use that will hold up to direct burial and 175 PSI? I already have a 3/4" copper line buried from the big shop to the woodworking shop and this will continue out from the wood shop maybe 150'. Copper is out of the question unless a pot of gold falls in my lap real soon lOL. How would schedule 80 PVC work? Is black pipe adequate?
He will be using a 1" air wrench so I plan to continue with 3/4" air line. An idea that entered my mind is to have a 60 gallon air supply tank in the truck shop as it will be about 225 feet from the compressor. I've already found out a buried line will condense water underground, from an unpleasant experience in the wood shop, so I have the idea a supply tank in the truck shop will serve as a water trap along with it's main purpose of acting like a surge tank. Can a person get PVC in 20' lengths or would I have to glue together a bunch of 10 footers? Thanks. Jim
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