Dust blow gun – compressed air

I know, that there is possible to work with a hand-pump too – but trust me, the difference is HUGE. If You work with 2-3 bar, or special cases 5-6 bars, any solid contamination will be eliminated.

At first, You will need an oil-free compressor, if possible a silent one. After this, a filtering – there are cheep and expensive solutions. then a flexible hose, and of course a dust blow gun too. (Before I had a normal one – placed in the basement because of the 97 dB (!!!) noise.)

Here You see, what I use at the moment, this is as noisy as a washing machine:

HBM 25 kompresszor   kompresszor

http://www.dolphincadcam.hu/HBM_Kompresszor.php

 

tömlő

http://www.ebay.com/itm/311347833067?ssPageName=STRK%3AMEBIDX%3AIT&fromMakeTrack=true

 

 

szűrő

http://www.ebay.com/itm/1-4Blue-Pro-Mini-in-Line-Air-Filter-Moisture-Water-Trap-Paintwork-Spray-Guns-/371415361828?hash=item567a14a924:g:NcoAAOSwPcVV0bJr

 

porpisztoly

http://www.ebay.com/itm/Lightweight-Mini-Dust-blow-Gun-Dust-Blow-Removal-Model-Tool-Black-/302110408998?hash=item46572f0126:g:wt4AAOSwmLlYBRm9

 

Unfortunately the air gun is not a Swiss quality Mosolygó arc, so at first I had to disassemble and reassemble it.

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About canonrepair

Ruzsa János. Amatőr fotós, Canon DSLR váz. Amateur photographer. Canon DSLR user.
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3 Responses to Dust blow gun – compressed air

  1. Ando Gyula says:

    Can u use that to clean dslr sensor?

    • canonrepair says:

      I use ONLY this in the last 4 years (the old noisy one). At first you have to check ANY compressor and air system. Not so difficult, just blow the air on a clean glass surface. It has to be clean after minutes of blowing too. If you want the perfect filtering, just buy it here:
      Helapet
      Be careful: if ANY particle remains in the line, you will make unrepairable grooves in the glass or DSLR sensor, as they get a really high speed.

  2. colt says:

    I worked in a factory where we had a 6bar pneumatic system… was the best for cleaning anything 😀 So ican agree!

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