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molecule squeezer Attn: Rob

May 23 2012 at 7:40 AM
Ron  (Login oo7fuzz)
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Keep in mind that the only thing that don't work is a dead horse.
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this is a Must See diagram guys..heres my question, with such small volume in the

May 23 2012, 8:38 AM 

Conservative area why not ( umm just remembered )..digress ..that 100 psi would only precharge the valve first pump..useless after that..im just trying to think aside from the compression stroke, where else could the addional air be used effectively.

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Don't worry about the extra air which escapes

May 23 2012, 9:01 AM 

that only means the compressor is running at idle and not compressing air while opening and closing the handle. Narry enough to significantly drain the battery. Better to let the air escape than to rig/install troublesome switching to conserve that modest amount of air.

My experimenting with a 5/8 X 8" sweep pump is that the supercharging to ~70psi happens very quickly. Which is, IMHO, a welcome pause between strokes.

 
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