Air compressor maintenance
The air compressor, as the name implies, is a machine that compresses air in a free state into a certain pressure energy (ie, compressed air). In the fields of machinery, mining, construction, etc., compressed air is used as a power source to drive various pneumatic tools (such as pneumatic picks, pneumatic drills, pneumatic wrenches, pneumatic sandblasting, etc.), and the pressure at this time is generally 0.6 to 1.5 MPa. When used to control instruments and automation devices, the pressure is 0.6MPa. In the transportation industry, compressed air is used to brake vehicles and open and close doors and windows, and the pressure is 0.2 to 1.0 MPa. In the textile industry, compressed air is used to blow wefts instead of shuttles. The start of large and medium-sized engines, high-pressure air blasting exploration, coal mining, torpedo launching, submarine ups and downs and salvage, hovercraft, etc., all require compressed air of different pressures.