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Pneumapower 35 Compressor


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Default Pneumapower 35 Compressor

Do you have manuals for pneumapower 35? I have one and know nothing about them
except their from the 50's and I would assume they use 20w non detg. oil
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Default Re: Schramm Tow-behind Air Compressor

I tried to post this earlier and failed, so try again. We have a large unit on a 4 wheel chassis, it has a Large 6 cyl Buda engine with a clone 6 cyl compressor hooked up via a over center clutch. I forget the model but it is a big unit . I need to get it going before the thing goes to ruin. I got it out of a cement plant and they used it to spray concrete on like silos and the like. I didn't get the spray kit as the guy thought it was worth it's weight in gold, so
I just got the compressor unit. Any books or parts still around? I don't totally understand the pressure governor and how it works, thing has a relatively small volume tank for the size unit. I kinda thought
I could use it to run a steam traction engine here that needs a boiler, it has plenty of capacity if I can get it going.
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