November 13, 2018
Why You Need to Winterize Your Compressed Air System
As winter weather looms that can mean serious down time if your compressed air system isn’t ready.
Don’t let winter weather damage your compressed air system. Now is the time to inspect and look at winterizing your air compressor system to ensure it will be good condition for the cold months ahead.
Freezing and ambient temperatures can do a number on your compressed air system. Just a few days of cold weather can saddle you with:
- Frozen internal and external condensate lines,
- Condensation in electrical components,
- Obstructed oil flow in the air compressor, and
- Damage to refrigeration components in dryers.
Learn what you can do now to winterize your compressed air system for maximum performance and prevent winter weather down time.
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