Question about Air Tools & Compressors
Posted by Anonymous on
This problem could be due to several items. Low oil level, Bad temp.probe. Cooler stopped up or dirty and not allowing enough air flow thru it or maybe a thermostat. Also temp. in compressor area can be causing problem also.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: 7.5 tas high airend temperature
1. Check your oil level, top up, or totally replace it
2. Check your cooler (Radiator looking thing) blow it out with a blow gun
3. Check your thermo valve (may need replacing)
4. Is the room that your compressor is in very warm, ambient air is a big factor in the running of your compressor
5. Do you have all the panels fitted to the machine? These are needed to aid airflow past your air-end
These are the main causes of high air end temperature. It may just need a good service
Hope this helps
Posted on Aug 30, 2012
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