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How to avoid issues with your compressed air equipment in winter

10 tips to beat winter temperatures

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Winter is coming yet again! Anyone using compressed air equipment should run some simple checks to make sure all production is protected, when the ambient temperature drops near or below freezing.

The good news is that with a bit of planning ahead, you will be able to avoid any issues on site caused by the changing weather.

2018년 10월 11일 (목)

Follow these 10 quick steps to safeguard your compressed air installation and your facility throughout the winter months:

How to avoid issues with your compressed air equipment - Blog
  1. Check if your equipment is supplied with winterized diesel fuel 
  2. Only use pure coolant, do not dilute with water 
  3. Make sure drains don’t contain water, to avoid blocking due to ice formation

        To avoid freezing at the outlet of the drains, check if the drains are actually clear when the unit is running

        Evacuate the water from the drains before stopping the unit to avoid freezing damage or blocked drains 
  4. Make sure there is no water underneath the unit to avoid slipping 
  5. Start up your units weekly, and keep them running for at least an hour to avoid start-up problems 
  6. Connect and switch on the heaters and battery charger (if applicable) 
  7. Make sure louvres and ventilation of the unit are snow- and ice-free 
  8. At ambient temperatures below 0°, the fridge dryers should be moved inside or properly protected against freezing temperatures 
  9. After use, always switch off the battery 
  10. In case of emergency or questions: contact Atlas Copco Rental!

Seppe Van Beneden

Communications Professional at Atlas Copco Rental Europe