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Kaeser Compressors has been serving the Australian, New Caledonian and Pacific region since 1990.
#1 Regularly check and maintain your oil levels and oil quality
Oil ageing in an oil-injected rotary screw compressor can lead to a number of issues including; overheating, lubrication problems and premature mechanical wear - right through to compressor breakdown. To keep your cooling fluid operating at its optimum; regularly check and maintain your oil levels and oil quality and, follow the OEM's recommendations of lubricant and oil change service schedule.
Fast 5: compressor oil circuit maintenance
When it comes to operating a fluid-injected (or oil-injected) rotary screw compressor, selecting the right cooling fluid and ensuring its on-going integrity are both essential to the continuing reliability, efficiency and overall lifetime of the compressor and its wearing parts. In this blog post we share more information around our maintenance tip of the month - #1 regularly check and maintain your oil levels and oil quality.
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