I once did an in home install for a customer. I felt so bad putting new hardware in this place, but of course I did it. When I came home the wife thought I had been smoking or something. I was in that house no more than 25-30 minutes. I never sat down and quickly got things installed as I started to get a headache and short on breathe. Bare in mind, I'm not that person who usually has those sorts of issues or is allergic to anything.
Short of the long... I had to wash the clothes I was wearing 4 times SEPARATELY to get the smell out of them. I seriously considered making a new policy to not do in-home installs in high risk environments again. Pretty sure there was at least 1-2 years worth of my life lost in that place.
I've never had an issue with electrostatic charged air from blowing components off. I think that may be taking things to a whole new level of worry on this scale, especially if the pressure is regulated to something reasonable.
I'm more than likely going to grab up that 8 Gallon Husky when I get the chance here in the next week or two, gotta finish using up the last 2 cans of air. Hopefully there will be a holiday sale by the time I'm ready to purchase.
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Thomas Watson, chairman of IBM, 1943
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