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I have bought a few new air tools and they all need lubricated regularly and I am considering buying an in-line filter/lubrication device to hook up to my compressor. Has anyone used one of there and if so which one? Do they work?

I'm looking at this from Amazon.: https://www.amazon.com/Compressor-Regulator-Compressed-Accessories-Lematec/dp/B071VCZJ3Y/ref=sr_1_1?ie=UTF8&qid=1518523381&sr=8-1&keywords=inline+filter+regulator+lubrication

There are much more expensive units but this may work???

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I always just put a few drops of oil in my tools before I use them. I don't want oil in the line because I do use the compressor to paint sometimes.

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That's a good point and it would need to be removed before painting and the lines flushed out. Wonder if there are other uses for the compressor that I would have to do that?

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That's a good point and it would need to be removed before painting and the lines flushed out. Wonder if there are other uses for the compressor that I would have to do that?

You could T inbetween the regulator and oiler, and add a disconnect there. That way you could connect a new clean hose for anything you don’t want oiled, like an air gun when cleaning a carb for example.

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You could T inbetween the regulator and oiler, and add a disconnect there. That way you could connect a new clean hose for anything you don’t want oiled, like an air gun when cleaning a carb for example.


That's kinda sorta what I have on my set-up l at the shop. My inlet is on the back side of the regulator. On the right side I have a water trap, and then an oiler with a quick connect, and that goes to the hose I use for my impacts. On the left side, coming out of the regulator is another water trap and quick connect hose, and that hose is used strictly for an air blower.
My compressor at the house only has a water trap coming right off of the compressor...no oiler. I don't use the impacts & stuff at home enough to warrant needing an oiler...I'll just dump a few drops in every onced and a while, and I'm good to go. So....unless you plan on using your impacts/air tools constantly at home, I wouldn't even bother with an oiler, but a water trap is an absolute gotta have. While yer at it, get an automatic drain for the bottom of the compressor, or a drain with a cable on it that can be pulled on the drain the water out of the tank regularly. :yes:


They also make small, in-line oilers you can attach to your air tool, or simply connect to the outlet of your air hose.
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My little 12,000 rpm Dremel style air drill tool has an in-line Oiler similar to that. They say it has to have continuos oil feed.

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My little 12,000 rpm Dremel style air drill tool has an in-line Oiler similar to that. They say it has to have continuos oil feed.


Would that be what they call a wiz wheel?

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I'm thinking now that I might be better off just putting a few drops in the tools when I use them.

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