Water trap - Shoud be a little flexable rubber nipple on the bottom. When it is hooked up to the compressor, just flex it sideways to open the valve. If it has any water in it, it will spray out.Mikesta said:I don't know what the thing is between the air fitting and the tank?
Input voltage is irrelevant. I often butt weld body panels with my Miller CP200 running on 480V.Mikesta said:Bruiser, I believe 220 will be overkill for what I want to do... I just want to use the welder to patch up body parts... I dont think I will be welding together my own bumpers or anything like this... besides.. a 220v will go right through sheet metal... perhaps I am wrong... but that is the advice that I've recieved