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Re: Sweetwater Air Pumps
If the backpressure is too high, i.e. not enough bleed, the air will get
warm upon compression. I have observed that with the smallest pump,
SL22. Being small, SL22 probably does not heat up as much as a SL88.
Bleeding also reduced the noise, however little noise there was.
> I recently purchased a Sweetwater SL-88 Linear Piston Pump and it has been
> operating for a couple of weeks now. The air that come out of it is very
> warm and I was wondering if other Sweetwater owners have had the same
> experience. Is it necessary to bleed off excess air as with a diaphragm air
> pump? (I do)
> Brian Perkins
> West Linn, OR
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