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Air compressor drain valve produces brown liquid

When opening the drain valve a brown liquid is released

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There are two reasons for this, 1st water is staying in the tank too long and should be drained more often and 2nd is what no one wants to here, the unit may be passing oil by the rings. We know everything starts to wear out. My suggestion to fix this problem is to install an oil water separator and capture the liquid that comes from the bottom of the tank. The oil will separate from the water and allow water to go to the ground while capturing the oil.

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SOURCE: the drain valve is leaking air and will not allow

hand tighten with a little snug from a wrenck. you mat need to take it out and clean it. rust and sludge is probably your problem. make sure you are taking out the whole thing, not just the part you turn to let out water.

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