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Compressor ID needed..

Discussion in 'Compressors, Boosters and Blending Systems' started by ffdiver, Nov 8, 2018.

  1. ffdiver

    ffdiver Dive Shop

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    Anyone have any idea what kind of compressor this is? I know it's a bauer block, or at least I believe it's a Bauer block. The guy I bought it from said it's a Mako? it's tough trying to find some info on this thing.
     

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  2. Wookie

    Wookie ScubaBoard Business Sponsor Staff Member ScubaBoard Business Sponsor

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    Mako used Bauer blocks before they went to Reavell. Give us some numbers stamped in the block. It's definitely a Bauer, probably packaged by Mako. The frame color tells me that. Looks like a capitano maybe. RPM and horsepower tells part of that story.
     
  3. Wookie

    Wookie ScubaBoard Business Sponsor Staff Member ScubaBoard Business Sponsor

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    Looks like there is a label plate on the top?
     
  4. ffdiver

    ffdiver Dive Shop

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    From the top of my head It says SAS industrial. when I tried googling it, I didn't get very far. I'll confirm that what it says when I get back.
     
  5. Wookie

    Wookie ScubaBoard Business Sponsor Staff Member ScubaBoard Business Sponsor

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    Survival Air Systems? Freeport Texas?
     
  6. ffdiver

    ffdiver Dive Shop

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    Would a mako k51 make sense?
     

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