|Item Weight||8.9 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||18 x 18 x 4 inches|
|Item model number||90500|
|Item Package Quantity||1|
|Maximum Pressure||150 PSI|
|Warranty Description||1 year warranty limited warranty|
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Rapidair 90500 Master Kit, 1/2-Inch x 100-Feet
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- Kit includes: 100 ft. of 1/2 in.Tubing, (2) Air Outlet Kits and (1) Compressor Manifold Kit, Quick couplers pictured sold separately
- 150 psi maximum working pressure, 1/2 in. outside diameter x 3/8 in. outside diameter
- Push to Connect fittings
- Recommended usage 50 ft. maximum from the air compressor, up to 1200 sq. ft. buildings, up to 5 hp air compressor
- Use only with Rapidair 1/2 in. OD x 3/8 in. ID nylon tubing system
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There is no adapter to hook to your air compressor so don't run to the store too early, you'll need to buy one of those as well.
In the simple configuration they suggest, you will need to make an 'L' bracket to secure the manifold to the wall. I guess you could just leave it hanging by the tubes, but if you want a neat install, I don't see a way around this. The holes in the manifold, outlets and elbows are very small diameter even though they are deep. This means you have to have long small diameter screws to secure them. Such screws do exist, of course, but usually the longer the screw the larger the diameter, especially if you use tapcons, like I had to to secure the system to a concrete block wall. You are far less likely to have these in your garage, so add them to your shopping list!Read more ›
Well, let me say that I didn't have any problems at all!
When I got the kit, I unrolled the hose and let it sit in my workshop for about 24 hours before attempting anything. During that time, I pulled out all the included parts and decided how I wanted the system laid out. In my case, I hooked the air compressor up to the manifold using a coupler (that wasn't included) and then installed 2 air access points on opposite ends of the workshop - probably a fairly common install.
It turned out that I didn't need all of the elbow connectors that were included - but I also needed some pieces that weren't in the system. That was easy enough to resolve using the standard 3/8" to 1/4" reducers that are sold inexpensively at the local home improvement stores. I also picked up some 1/2" hooks for routing the hose along the walls and ceiling of the workshop, as well as some more teflon tape since I ran out half-way through this project.
Installing the entire system only took a couple of hours. The flexible hose is very easy to work with and isn't too hard to get laid out straight - especially using the 1/2" support hooks. The one thing I did was to mark the hose before making each connection to be sure it was inserted far enough into the connector.
Once the install was done, I checked for leaks and didn't find any - then I was able to immediately start using the system.
Overall, I'm extremely pleased with this system!Read more ›
It has now been installed for a few months, and works great.
Found one and fixed it in the nozzle. No leaks in the system. So far works great with two usable outlets for a nail gun and other tools, as well as blowing off my bench and floor.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
No they don't give you everything you need in this kit. However they give you way more than your money's worth. Read morePublished 3 days ago by Alvarez Metal Works
A very simple way to install an air line. This is my second purchase of this item. Very satisfied.Published 9 days ago by Kenneth Kabage
Husband loves this in his new shop. He does body work on classic cars and this will save him a lot of time picking up hoses off the floor.Published 13 days ago by Amazon Customer
Good kit for two drops. Just make sure you use pipe sealing tape three times around and pipe dope. No leaks. Very easy to set up. Only down side is no support clamps? Read morePublished 18 days ago by Linda D.
pain in the ass to get line straightened out great after thatPublished 2 months ago by Amazon Customer