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  1. #14
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    I almost bought a used Dental air compressor one time , it looked identical to a refrigeration compressor.

    They must somehow keep the oil in the bottom reservoir

  2. #15
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    The "K" bodies are used in dental offices but have a slightly different model number (the fourth character is 4, KAT4) because the crankcase doesn't have a passageway to the head. (keeps the oil from mixing with the air and getting in your teeth)

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    How do they get rid of the water produced in the dental systems?

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    Quote Originally Posted by K_Neil View Post
    How do they get rid of the water produced in the dental systems?
    I don't know for sure but I bet there are multiple stages of water separators and silica gel dehydrators or driers.

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