Air compressor maintenance means is varied, including the method everyone must learn!

by:Atlas Greenair Screw Air Compressor     2021-01-29
Summer is a season that upset a lot of people, the heat in the summer, many want to go out to play but friends are looking for. People still so afraid of heat, so our machines are more afraid of this kind of attack.


summer arrived, but also for the manufacturing industry friends also. In terms of maintenance of air compressor, are even more laborious, a lot of friend will be asked how to rival for proper maintenance of air compressor? Although there are many maintenance method, small make up still want to tell you that there is a solution is you must to master.








it is to choose the appropriate lubricating oil. GeLinKeEr warm prompt, if is the air compressor GeLinKeEr, tie-in GeLinKeEr own lubricating oil, natural effect is better. Second, remember that according to the running time and speed of the motor to choose the appropriate lubrication degree, too much too little. In addition, the quality of the lubricating oil is also very critical. Lubricating oil quality is bad, in such a high temperature season, may cause overheating to the operation of the air compressor, the influence of light affect the operation of the machine efficiency, or could lead to an explosion of serious consequences. Here, therefore, to choose well-known brand compressor lubricants is obvious, the importance of the customer GeLinKeEr lubricating oil with a few years down on my side, what attrition rate is quite satisfactory.


but the critical thing, or want to keep good maintenance air compressor at ordinary times the environment. Even with good lubricating oil in the hand, also can't light


easy lax, an appropriate environment, for the stable operation of the air compressor up to twice the result with half the effort! Friends, today is here, next time we be there or be square.


the article source: GeLinKeEr energy-saving air compressor
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