swimjim wrote: ↑Thu Jul 11, 2019 9:04 amMy MaxAir 35 has one of these installed on it. https://www.leisurepro.com/p-mxami/max- ... -indicator . Carbon Monoxide is a tasteless colorless gas, so you will not detect it by scent. This gadget has a piece of litmus paper which turns red if there is Carbon Monoxide in the system. There is a little glass port so that you can check it while the compressor is in operation.
My MaxAir came with a gas engine and an extended intake hose. I have converted it to 220 single phase. The compressor is rated for 2800 rpm. The 220 motor turns it over at 2400. I see that as a bonus!
I also installed windshield wiper hose on my condensate drains. When I blow the drains I can point them down wind so the oily watery stuff does not get sucked into the intake. I got my compressor used with 11 hours on it. It now has almost 170 hours on it and works great. Quite possibly the best scuba investment I've ever made.
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