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Old 10-26-2012, 05:53 PM
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It will operate them intermittently, not continuously. Should be fine for the use you are describing. I have a similar compressor, with a little bit larger tank(IIRC it's like 25 gallon) and it operates all that great. I only get in trouble when I tried to use tools that require constant air like a sandblaster or chisel, etc...
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