I have a fairly large (for household use) 7.5HP electric motor driven two-stage air compressor, which charges the receiving 80 gallon tank to a limit of 175PSI. There is a short 3/4" diameter copper pipe that connects the pump to the tank. I have not measured, but guesstimate that the temperature of that pipe gets above 150F while the pump is running. The tank is collecting a significant amount of water. I drain it daily, but would like to try to keep water out of the tank if possible. Question: If I replace that short length of copper pipe with a long coil or loop of copper with integrated cooling fins, and maybe even add a fan to blow through the fins -- will that help keep the water vapor from condensing into the air tank? Or will it just move the problem somewhere else?