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Windows 7: Things safe for cleaning outside of computer case

30 Apr 2015   #21
Lady Fitzgerald

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Another name for an oil free compressor is a diaphragm compressor. they differ from regular compressor in that, instead of a piston running in a cylinder requiring oil to lubricate them, they move a diaphragm in and out of a small chamber to compress the air. Since no lubrication is needed, no oil gets in the air. Here are some examples of oil free compressors.


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30 Apr 2015   #22
Computer0304

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Hmm, it looks a little too advanced and is too expensive for me. I think I may have to give up on cleaning the inside unless it starts having overheating issues.
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