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Randomly tripping by giving the alarm as "HIGH AIREND TEMPERATURE". Screw compressor of capacity 9.3M3/hr.

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DEAR FRIEND
THIS IS A VERY COMMON FAULT THAT APPEARS ON THE PLC,BUT YOU SHOULD CHECK THE BELOW MATTERS:
1- IS THE ENOUGH WATER GOING THROUGH THE COOLING SYSTEM AS REQUIRED.
2-IS THE THERMOSTATIC VALVE IN THE OIL CIRCUIT DOING OKAY?
3-THE QUALITY OF THE OIL,WHEN IT HAS BEEN LAST CHANGED,THE OIL FILTER AND ......ALL CONSUMABLE COMPONENTS NEED TO BE CHECKED
4- IT MAY BE AT LAST THAT THE FILLER BETWEEN THE TWO SCREWS ARE WORN OUT AND BECOME LOOSE(I MEAN THE SCREWS OR THE BEARINGS),THUS BY A SIMPLE OIL ANALYSIS IN A LAB IT CAN BE DETERMINED.
SO IF YOU ARE READY TO APPLY GO ON STEP BY STEP

YOURS FRIENDLY
IMMAN OSTOVAR

Posted on Apr 05, 2011

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