Some Suggestions for Air Compressor Ventilation

Some Suggestions for Air Compressor Ventilation


Overheating problems are often encountered during the use of air compressors, so let’s talk about several factors why overheating occurs:


First of all, the environmental factors have a great influence on the ventilation and heat dissipation conditions; the main factors affecting the heat dissipation of the surrounding environment of the air compressor are as follows: the air compressor is placed too close to the wall or other obstacles;


In addition, there may be other heat sources near the air compressor. For this, it is recommended to install and use the air compressor in strict accordance with the installation and use environment requirements of the air compressor. A clogged radiator can also cause corresponding problems in the air compressor. Because there may be a lot of dust around the air compressor, it will cause a layer of dust or sludge to adhere to the surface of the radiator after long-term operation, which will affect the heat dissipation effect.


Dirty oil filter may also cause the air compressor to overheat. Because the oil filter of the air compressor will be too dirty so that the oil cannot enter the normal flow, then the air compressor will heat up rapidly due to insufficient cooling and lubricating oil. Of course, the cooling oil level is too low. In this regard, it is recommended that the air compressor should be regularly maintained and maintained to avoid the occurrence of the above situation.


If there are corresponding problems due to low oil grade or poor oil quality, the air compressor should use the manufacturer’s original air compressor oil. For example, using other low grade or inferior oil may cause the back viscosity and specific heat to reach Less than standard causes problems such as high temperature. Production quality and operating efficiency.


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