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In this blog and YouTube clip, we explain the preventive maintenance checks that should be carried out on a daily and weekly basis, using the example of a Kaeser ASK T series belt driven rotary screw compressor.
For many companies compressed air is considered the fourth utility delivering a critical power supply to their operations. It can also be a very expensive utility if it is not well maintained, resulting in; elevated energy costs, unplanned downtime - and depending on the application - even product spoilage. However, there are a number of ways you can ensure that your compressed air system operates reliably, efficiently and at its optimum. This includes following the OEM’s recommended maintenance schedule, using only genuine spare parts and selecting only authorised Service Technician’s to carry out maintenance work. Additionally, performing the OEM’s recommended daily and weekly maintenance checks is another very simply practice that will also assist you in operating your compressed air system at its peak performance.
Here’s an example of the daily and weekly maintenance checks that KAESER Compressors recommends are undertaken on a KAESER ASK T Sigma Control Basic belt driven rotary screw compressor with integrated refrigeration dryer as described in more detail in the attached YouTube video;
When working on a compressed air system remember that compressed air is contained energy. Uncontrolled release of this energy can cause serious injury, or death.
The example above is for a specific compressor make and model. Whether you are undertaking daily or weekly maintenance tasks for this specific compressor or another, before any maintenance tasks are performed, it is important that you only allow qualified and authorised personnel to perform the daily / weekly maintenance tasks that have read, are conversant with and adhere to the safety instructions and section of the service manual applicable to maintenance of the piece of compressed air equipment. In addition, the relevant statutory and accepted regulations should be observed.
Information correct at time of print.
The information provided in this blog and video clip are for guidance only and refer to a specific compressor make and model. Only qualified and authorised personnel should perform daily / weekly maintenance tasks that have read, are conversant with and adhere to the safety instructions and section of the service manual applicable to maintenance of the piece of compressed air equipment.
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