It's the time when willow catkins are flying all over the sky again, so users in the air compressor industry have to get busy. They must observe and clean the radiator of the air compressor at any time to avoid blockages that cause high-temperature shutdowns and delay production.
The poplar catkins in the sky are flying all over the sky with all holes. Once attached to the cooler, they will stick. If there is oil, the sticking will be more serious, which will seriously affect the cooling effect of the cooler. It will cause the temperature of the compressor head to rise, alarm and shutdown, or the screw may lock up in severe cases.
So how can we correctly prevent a series of hidden dangers of compressors and reduce unnecessary high-temperature shutdown of equipment for users?
Regularly clean the cooling fins of the cooler to avoid being dirty and blocked. In the spring when there are more poplar catkins or the dusty weather is more serious, it can be carried out regularly as needed according to the degree of dust accumulation in the cooler, usually at least once every three months.
The usual cleaning method of radiator:
1) Fill up the air storage tank behind the air compressor, and then shut down;
2) Open the external baffle of the air compressor and connect an airline from the bottom of the air tank;
3) Blow the radiator from top to bottom, and blow repeatedly (usually half an hour is better);
4) Blow out the dust and particles blown from the inside of the air compressor and clean it up to prevent the radiator from being blocked again when the machine is turned on and causing high temperature.
For more than a decade, Dream （Shanghai） Compressor Co., Ltd has been striving to become one of the leading manufacturers of compressed air solutions in China.