I have the m60 inline after the desiccant filter and it seems to do fine. Please give us the ultimate setup for clean air. I’m open for change. ThanksJust saw this in a magazine, oil vapors will go right through an m60
And any water trap including desiccant.
Not sure price but i would guess under 100 dollars.
I would say the answer is yes but all the ones I have ever seen have a nylon type filter and i slosh around in urethane reducer and use again.I have the DAD-500 also. Does the oil coalescing filter on it do the same job as the MotorGuard M-C100 (remove oil vapors)?
All I'm familiar with are nylon or similar type materials they and yes they do remove oil vapors, it not they are a waste of money.I don't think oil coalescing filters remove oil vapor, that's why the m-c100's have activated charcoal. If you have proper water seperator/oil coalescing/desiccant or refrigerated air dryer before it, the element should last 6 months.
I wouldn't use the m-c100 as the only filter or even without at least a water seperator before it, the filter will get saturated with water too quickly, and their activated carbon filters aren't the cheapest thing to replace. Can't throw a toilet paper roll in there, would defeat the purpose.
Blow my shop out with a Stihl leaf blower on a regular basis, also work on my dirt bike in the shop from time to time.. I've never had a issue from 2-strokes.Something funny I saw on a commercial painting forum. someone having trouble with fish eyes was told by a friend to quit using his 2 cycle blower to clean out his shop.
OK lets get a toilet paper edumacation!! LOLif you use the toilet paper in the m60 be sure to remove it when your done spraying. dont leave it in there. it will corrode the inside of the filer housing.