Yes, I run all my tools with these batteries.
I don’t believe this will provide enough air volume to blow out pool lines. A powerful wet-dry vac would do a much better and faster job.
Please reach out to the paint gun manufacture for specifications on what will work best with their product.
Yes, I bought it partially for that reason as auto SUP pump reviews are really bad, fail fast from overheating, and they cost about half as much as a pro tool like this which will last much longer (which I needed anyway for future nail gun and painting purposes). Dewalt does sell a cheaper air compressor but it can stay on only 10 min then needs 20 min cool down. For this, you need an compressor SUP adapter and gun with gauge, which can find on amazon. If you have multiple boards, I’d hand pump a large volume of air (5 PSI) first, then use this for the harder next 10 PSI, which lets the compressor refill between boards. Test your gun gauge against the hand pump to see where 15 PSI is and mark it (cheap compressor guns PSI are often 5 PSI or more off). Note that this drains a full battery fast (as in 15-20 min compressor activating). You may get 3 boards on a charge If hand pump the first 5 PSI, but I’d bring 2 batteries if you have another.
It doesn't work well a frame nailer use to much air at each shot. I wouldn't recommend It.
We sure haven't had any problems using them on our tools for over a year
This will not, and as far as I’ve seen there isn’t a cordless compressor on the market that will do 2.5CFM at that PSI.