It will help the plant maintenance person who looks after the company air systems.
This site is created to help the air circuit designer.
And last but certainly not least, this website will provide useful information for folks considering buying - or who have already bought - an air compressor for their workshop.
Jerry says thanks too...
Right on the money bill! I removed start cap. and even tho all looked well, it was BAD. I replace it and all is well and compressor works with no problems. Many thanks....(is there a way to make a contribution to help keep your site going?)
Bill says... sure Jerry, buy my book (see below) and then we both win!
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