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    Keep an eyeout on Ebay for a compressor. I found a used Leedal compressor for about $45. It does not use a reserve tank. You just plug it in and it blows air. Does not use oil. It is noisy but only for the brief time you are using it. It is about the size of a Jobo 3010 tank.
    Jerold Harter MD

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    I've always wanted to go with a small tank of compressed nitrogen. Clean and relatively safe as long as you know how to respect compressed gasses.
    Did I mention cheap? Quiet? Moisture/Oil/Particle free. Ah well end rant.

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    The nitrogen tank is good for a storage as well. Let's say you are a film or paper hoarder like some people I know (not that I have pan-x in the freezer). Blasting out a freezer hotseal bag with the contents you are storing in it prior to sealing drives out moisture and prevents crystals from forming inside. Three cheers, especially when defrosting.
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    Patrick

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