Burying A Compressed Air Line

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In this video I show how I buried a compressed airline to extend from my shop to the attached garage. My shop is in the backyard and has 60 gallon air compressor that feeds into it. My husband's shop is the attached garage and when he needs air he takes my hose reel and runs it to his shop. To avoid this I dug a shallow trench through the back yard then ran conduct from my shop to the fence. From there I routed the conduit up to the attic. I ran a 1/2" PEX compressed airline inside the conduit and up to the attic where I then attached it to a hose reel for my husband to use.
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