Question about Ingersoll Rand Air Tools & Compressors
Shuts down on code 482
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: correct rotation of copressor
Checked all the IR compressors in stock and all turn counter-clockwise facing pulley, however you could check the pump for fan angle on pulley. The fan on the compressor pulley blows air towards the pump. Generally, pumps turn CC because that would allow for the use of gasoline engines which all turn CC. Please email you questions, and Good Luck.
Posted on Jan 27, 2009
the wire juction box on your compressor has a pressure switch that may be wound in to tight take the cover off the box there should be a switch with a machine screw with nut and washer and spring back this nut off and see if that helps if you go to far you just crank it back in until the switch hit although it may be the other way around you may have to tighten to lower the pressure some of them are made that way if this does not solve your problem send me a picture of the switch and can solve it from there
Posted on Jun 26, 2009
When it shuts down, press DISPLAY SELECT button once and use the up down arrows to see the code just before shutdown.
HIGH AIREND TEMP
HIGH AIR PRESSURE
LOW SUMP PRESSURE
PRESSURE OR TEMP SENSOR FAIL
CHECK MOTOR ROTATION
FAN MOTOR OVERLOAD
I am assuming this has a Intellisys controller.
Posted on Sep 25, 2009
most have safety shut downs built in, on the compressor side you will have a high discharge temp shut down, usually set to shut down @ 230 degrees F. normal temp should be @ 180F if it is running hot first check oil level on the compressor, and that the radiator is clean. some machines will have a thermostat that will only allow oil flow to go to the radiator after it comes up to about 150 degrees F. you really need to have a manual on the machine to see what other safety's it may have on the compressor and engine side as well.
Posted on Jan 09, 2010
Testimonial: "Thank you very much for responding. It was a little low on coolant. The comp. oil level was fine. I changed the fuel filter and the prob is gone"
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