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PORTER-CABLE Pneumatic Nailers & Staplers – YouTube

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bioid asked Pancake air compressor: can it be used for a spray gun?

for paint application? I just got a pancake compressor – i’m googling the specs because the rig is at the worksite… it’s a 150 max psi – 6 gallons

it came in a combo kit with a trio of nail guns… porter-cable combo thing

I’m wondering if I can just buy an air sprayer for paint and hook it up to that – is that adequate psi for paint application? the thing does have an adjustable psi bladder or whatever but i’m wondering if the power cycling of the pancake type compressor will wonk up the even-ness of paint application
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thanks~!
after reading the first response (which is appreciated) let me also add – this sprayer would be used for doing a rather small job at a time – spraying a built-in cabinet i’m adding, for instance

this won’t be used for any LARGE surface at any given time – just for some you know, interior latex type paint application on, say, 6 sq ft surface max

And got the following answer:

Spray paint demands a huge reservoir. A 6-gallon tank isn’t going to have the reserve I’m afraid and will pulsate the flow coming out of a spray gun. The spray guns I have used had a 5,000 gallon tank with a 220 volt compressor on top.

mccabekm asked Should I oil my nail gun even if the instructions say not to?

Normally, I’d say you always follow the manual. For my Porter Cable 16 and 18 gauge nail guns though, the manual says NOT to oil the guns.

I have a builder buddy who says you have to oil these guns after every use. When I Google it, there are countless of examples of people oiling their guns. The manual says not to because they “tend to attract debris”.

What do you think – should I oil it or not?

And got the following answer:

I have 2 Porter Cable nail guns. Both say 2 drops of oil per daily usage. I always oil before use.

baz asked Air Compressors – What is more important, Horse Power, # of Gallons, or CFM?

I’m reinstalling all the window, door, and base trim in my house. I’m getting a compressor but just curious which specs are most important. I’m looking at a Porter Cable 1.5 HP model with 6 Gallon tank, 150 PSI and 2.6 CFM. Any advice would be appreciated. Thanx.

And got the following answer:

Which feature is more important depends on the jobs you intend to do with it. For the typical do it yourselfer air tools you should be fine with 1.5 to 2 HP, at least 135 psi, 4-6 CFM. A 4-6 Gallon tank is very portable, but up to 20 gallon tank gives a little more flexibility and is commonly available.

Up to 2 HP lets you stay with a 15 amp, 110 VAC circuit. Standard home electrical circuits could support 3 HP, but it would need a heavy duty extension cord. Smaller units usually have lower cutoff pressures around 100 psi. Less than 135 psi might have problems handling a typical 90 psi air tool requirement plus losses and shutoff pressure switch variations.

The Porter Cable model you are looking at sounds like their basic pancake portable air compressor model C2002. It is the popular Lowes and Home Depot under $200 model and would do for the finish nailing you plan on doing. It puts out 4.7 CFM at 40 psi so you could get by using it with some low end paint spray guns, but 2.6 CFM at 90 psi might be marginal for some more powerful air tools when you add the hose and fitting losses.

A step up to the 2 HP Porter Cable model. C5510 for $425 would provide much more flexibility because of its higher pressure rating with higher cutout pressure and more tank volume yet still run off of a 15 amp, 110 VAC circuit.

tstud925 asked Can I use Paslode framing nails in my Porter Cable nail gun?

Can I use Paslode framing nails in my Porter Cable nail gun?

And got the following answer:

No and that is the reason I didn’t buy a Porter Cable.