|Air Tank Capacity||More Than 500 L|
|Motor Power||25 HP|
|Maximum Flow Rate||25 CFM|
|Mode Of Repairing||Mechanical + Electrical|
|Pressure||More Than 12 Bar|
|Warranty After Repair||Yes|
|Compressor Technology||Screw Compressor|
|Minimum Order Quantity||5 Piece|
Just like premium cars, premium air compressors require regular servicing and maintenance.
Pilot Air’s comprehensive air compressor service and maintenance offerings include:
Pilot Air offers scheduled maintenance and preventative checks to keep your system working optimally.Not all compressors need oil, but if yours requires it, ensure that it has an adequate level of lubricant before operating.
Without compressor oil, your air compressor will operate below capacity. It can also put strain on its metal components which can lead to machine failure.
On hot summer days when temperatures soar, oil can lose its viscosity, preventing the compressor from delivering proper lubrication to all internal parts.
During winter, moisture also can get into the oil, resulting in a thickened sludge that can cause engine damage.HOW TO INSPECT AIR COMPRESSOR OIL
To inspect your oil-injected air compressor’s oil level, here’s what you should do:
If upon inspection, you find that that’s it’s time to change the air compressor oil (or that your oil compressor has reached the 500-1000 hours of use mark), here’s what you need to do.
Using an air compressor daily means that the air filter will easily accumulate dust and debris, which will affect the performance of your machine.
To change the air filter and maintain your compressor’s optimal performance, here’s what you should do.HOW TO CHANGE AN AIR COMPRESSOR FILTER
During cold weather, droplets of water can be sucked into the compression engine.
If a buildup of moisture is neglected, rust can build up, the oil can become sludgy, or the compressor’s circuits may get damaged. Here are four steps on how to manage the condensation.HOW TO MANAGE CONDENSATION IN AN AIR COMPRESSOR