By Adreanna. Compressor. Published at Wednesday, September 26th, 2018 - 08:54:28 AM.
As with the filters the moisture tank eventually fills up. If the tank becomes too full the water can move to other parts of the machine and re-infect the air. Even worse the water can rot and send rank smells and impurities through the compressed air system. Therefore it is crucial to drain the moisture tank on a regular basis.
As an air compressor goes through month after month of daily use some of the nuts and bolts are bound to become loose. After all as the machine vibrates the parts that comprise the machine move. Loose screws and fasteners are not a sign that the machine is falling apart just an indicator that it is time to pull out a wrench.
When you think about how easily various household items can become unscrewed the loosening of nuts on a compressor should come as no surprise. This looseness is typically the result of vibrations which intensify when an air compressor is used to power heavy-duty tools.
The presence of moisture in compressed air is most problematic in applications where the endpoint could easily incur water damage. Moisture can also degrade the quality of pneumatic paint applications. At an auto-assembly plant for example the paint coat and finish on a line of automobiles could end up weak and spotty if excess moisture is watering down the paint. When you consider the high cost of auto assembly an undrained condensate tank could result in some expensive and time-consuming do-overs.
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