Question about Air Tools & Compressors
I have a V255 IR air compressor to wear an excessive amount on the CAM ?
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I need to know if this is a rotary screw compressor or a piston compressor. Ir makes a 2000 in both. If this is a older ssr2000 rotary I would first look at the minimum pressure check valve. It is located on top of the seperator tank. The top cap will screw off. In it is a large spring ,a piston ,a small spring and a disc with teflon seat. check the teflon seat. Make sure all are clean and slide in the bore of the valve freely. I use sil glide lubricate from napa to lubricate all parts. if the o-ring is damaged it will need replacing. I usually get a kit from IR if any parts need replacing. Reassemble. the next place to look is on the 4 " line from the bottom of the airend to the seperator tank. In this line close to the airend between a flange is the check valve. If you remove it look closely at the orientation of this valve. If not reinstalled properly it will not close and let large amounts of oil back into the airend. check for wear, sticking etc. It should be very free and close easily.
Posted on Jul 13, 2011
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