As everyone knows, the oil and gas separation core of screw compressors has the same service life as other filter elements, and generally needs to be replaced after 2000 hours of use. Of course, this is only a general situation. If the compressor is used in a poor environment and the air quality is low, it will cause a blockage. If the blockage is blocked, it needs to be cleaned or replaced with a new one in advance. So, how to judge the blockage of the oil and gas separator?
When a fault occurs, no matter how much the amount of lubricant is added, it must be impossible to flow to every place in the system, and the proper lubrication effect cannot be obtained. What follows is a sharp increase in friction, and the internal high temperature will cause a series of abnormalities.
Not only the temperature changes, the pressure of the compressor will also continue to increase, and the overcurrent is also an adverse effect caused by the blockage of the oil and gas separator, which will cause the compressor to fail to operate normally. In addition, check whether the oil pressure rises, whether the motor is overloaded, and check the current change. The occurrence of these faults indicates that the compressor's oil and gas separator is blocked. How to determine, the most direct way is to observe from the control panel, when the oil and gas separator is blocked, it will be displayed.
When the above problems exist, it can be basically proved that the oil and gas separator is blocked. In the daily use of the compressor, the oil and gas separation core is a component that is easily damaged, and there are many reasons for its blockage. Users should do regular maintenance to reduce the impact of failure caused by the oil and gas separation core blockage. When a blockage or damage occurs, it must be dealt with as soon as possible to avoid other failures, resulting in greater economic losses.