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- ItemPneumatic Oil Extractor
- Reservoir Capacity (Gal.)1.4
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Grainger part number 1DXN2 will require the use of an air compressor; capable of producing between 70 and 170 psi, at 5 CFM. The compressor regulator MUST be adjusted to 90 psi to function properly. The vacuum will be capable of drawing 3 feet of brake fluid in to the tank. The tank will hold 5.5 liters (5.8 quarts) of fluid. There is no published vacuum specification for this.
Please consider Grainger part number 1XGR8 fluid evacuator; this will be very similar in function and design. The vacuum specification for this will be 26In.Hg at 90 psi.
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