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How a facility manages its compressed air condensate influences operational reliability and, because of the hazardous waste contained within condensate, affects a plant’s impact on the environment because of the hazardous waste contained within condensate.
As with anything with moving parts, from our knee and elbow joints to bearings in wheel assemblies, lubrication helps equipment operate smoothly and last longer. The performance of industrial machinery, such as compressors, depends largely on the reliability of its moving parts. A critical factor in achieving a highly reliable and long lasting compressor is proper lubrication.
Different maintenance tasks should be conducted daily, weekly, and monthly, as well as by months/operating hours, whichever occurs first. Before each operation, you should look for oil leaks, check the lubricant levels, drain the receiver tank condensate, check for unusual noises or vibrations, ensure belt guards and covers are in place, check the engine for fuel and lubricant, clear the area around the compressor, and check the system oil pressure on pressure-lubricated models while the compressor is hot.