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PORTABLE AIR COMPRESSOR
OWNER’S MANUAL
MODEL: JC10 & JC13
SERIAL NUMBER: __________________
606 South Lake Street > P.O. Box 346 > Hustisford, WI 53034-0346 > 920.349.3281 > fax 920.349.3691 > www.rolair.com
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WARNING
COMPRESSOR DISCHARGE AIR MAY CONTAIN HYDROCARBONS AND
OTHER CONTAMINANTS! DO NOT USE DISCHARGE AIR FOR BREATHING!
PARTS
Genuine ROLAIR® replacement parts are sold nationwide through a network of authorized dealers and
service centers. Please contact the dealership where your air compressor was purchased or our
factory Customer Service Department if you need help troubleshooting, obtaining parts, or locating an
authorized ROLAIR® service representative.
To order replacement parts: 1.
2.
3.
4.
5.
Give compressor model number
Give compressor serial number
Name of part
Part number
Quantity required
RECORD OF PERTINENT INFORMATION
Make a permanent record of the model and serial number of your new air compressor here. You’ll save
time and expense by including this reference information when requesting service or replacement parts.
Place & Date of Purchase
Model
Serial #
Volts
HZ
HP
With the tank gauge at 0 PSI and air line(s) disconnected, close drain valve(s) and record the amount of time
it takes to build tank pressure on the space provided. Periodically test your air compressor against this
pump-up time to determine if it is operating correctly. If time test is considerably off, contact your local
ROLAIR® representative to arrange service.
From 0 to ______*PSI
Date
Min
Sec
From 0 to ______*PSI
Date
Min
Sec
*Factory top pressure settings vary. Write down the top pressure setting of your machine after performing
the initial pump-up time test.
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TABLE OF CONTENTS
Introduction and Definitions of Safety Warnings
3
Safety Warnings – Risk of Asphyxiation, Bursting, Electrocution,
4
Shock, Explosion or Fire
5
Safety Warnings – Risk of Moving Parts, Burns, Injury from Lifting,
Propelled Objects, Unsafe Operation and Damage to
Compressor or Property
Identification of System Controls
6-7
Pre-Start Checklist
7-8
Specifications
8
Operation
9
Maintenance
9-10
Troubleshooting
10
Guarantee
11
Schematics – JC10
12-13
JC13
14-15
INTRODUCTION
Congratulations on the purchase of your new ROLAIR® air compressor!
With over 50 years experience building ROLAIR® air compressors specifically designed for the professional,
Associate Engineering Corporation has earned a reputation for providing a product unsurpassed in quality
and reliability. We are committed to continuing this tradition by analyzing and adapting to the changing
needs and rigorous demands of your industry. You can depend on ROLAIR® because they are built to last.
This manual was compiled for the benefit of the operator. Do not use or allow anyone else to use your air
compressor until this manual is read and all safety/operating instructions are understood. By reading and
following the instructions contained in this manual, you can achieve years of trouble free service from your
new air compressor. If you have any additional safety or operating questions after reading this manual,
please contact your distributor or our customer service department. Do not remove or paint over any of
the warning decals attached to the compressor.
Definitions – Safety Warnings
Safety symbols are used throughout this manual to alert you to potentially hazardous situations. The
following definitions describe the level of severity for each signal word.
DANGER:
Indicates an imminently hazardous situation which, if not avoided, WILL result in death
or serious injury.
WARNING:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, COULD result in
death or serious injury.
CAUTION:
Indicates a potentially hazardous situation which, if not avoided, MAY result in minor
or moderate injury or damage to the air compressor.
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WARNING
The engine exhaust from this product
contains chemicals known to the State
of California to cause cancer, birth
defects or other reproductive harm.
SAFETY WARNINGS
READ AND UNDERSTAND ALL SAFETY WARNINGS BEFORE USING AIR COMPRESSOR
Hazard Level
Risk of Asphyxiation
Risk of Bursting
Potential of Hazard
Serious injury or death may occur from
inhaling compressed air. The air stream may
contain carbon monoxide, toxic vapors, or
solid particles.
Sprayed materials such as paint, stucco,
insecticides, solvents, etc., contain harmful
vapors and poisons that may cause serious
injury or death if inhaled.
Serious injury or death may occur if the
exhaust from gas-powered small engines is
inhaled. Engine exhaust fumes contain
poisonous, carbon monoxide which is
odorless and colorless.
Serious injury or death may occur from an air
tank explosion if the air tanks are not properly
maintained or if modifications, alterations or
repairs are attempted to the air receivers.
Serious injury or death may occur if
modifications are made to the pilot unloader
valve, pressure switch, safety relief valve or
other components that control the tank
pressure.
Serious injury may occur if accessories or
attachments are operated above the
manufacturer’s recommended pressure
ratings, causing them to explode or fly apart.
Serious injury or death could occur if the air
compressor is not properly grounded.
Electrical shock may occur if compressor is
not properly operated.
Risk of Electrocution or
Electrical Shock
Serious injury or death may occur if electrical
repairs are attempted by unqualified
personnel.
Serious injury or death may result from
normal electrical sparks that occur within the
motor and/or pressure switch.
Serious injury may occur if a fire is caused by
overheating due to inadequate ventilation or
restrictions to any of the compressors
ventilation openings.
Risk of Explosion or Fire
Serious injury or death may occur from a fire
or explosion if spilled gas or vapors come in
contact with hot engine parts and ignite.
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How to Avoid Hazard
Never inhale compressed air directly from the pump,
receiver, or from a breathing device connected to the air
compressor.
Operate compressor only in a well-ventilated area. Use a
respirator device and follow the manufacturer’s
recommendations for their spray equipment. Keep
compressor at least 25 feet away from spray equipment.
Operate gas-powered compressors only in a wellventilated area. Avoid inhaling engine exhaust fumes,
and never run a small gas-powered engine in a closed
building or confined area without adequate ventilation.
Drain air tanks daily or after each use. Never drill into,
weld, patch or modify the air tanks. If a leak develops,
replace the tank immediately or replace the entire
compressor.
Never make adjustments to the components that control
tank pressure. Do not make alterations to the factory
operating pressure settings. Check operation of the
safety valve on a regular basis and never operate without
a factory approved safety valve.
Do not use air tools or attachments before reading the
owner’s manual to determine the maximum pressure
recommendations. Never exceed the manufacturer’s
maximum allowable pressure ratings. Do not use
compressor to inflate small low pressure objects such as
toys.
Always plug compressor into a properly grounded outlet
which provides correct voltage, proper grounding and
adequate fuse protection.
Never operate air compressor in wet conditions or
outdoors when it’s raining. Do not allow electric cords to
lay in water. Do not operate with damaged power cord or
with protective electrical covers removed. Do not touch
plug with wet hands. Do not pull on electric cord to
disconnect from the outlet.
Any electrical repairs or wiring performed on this
compressor should only be performed by authorized
service personnel in accordance with the National and
Local Electric Codes.
Always operate compressor in a well-ventilated area free
of combustible materials, gasoline, flammable solvents or
vapors. Always locate compressor at least 20 feet away
from work area if spraying flammable materials.
Never place objects against or on top of an air
compressor. Always operate air compressor at least 18”
away from any wall or obstruction. Always operate in a
clean, dry and well-ventilated area.
Never attempt to fill the gas tank while the engine is hot
or running. Add fuel outdoors in a well-ventilated area.
Do not fill gas tank near lit cigarettes or near other
sources of ignition.
Hazard Level
SAFETY WARNINGS (con’t)
Potential of Hazard
Serious injury may occur from moving parts
such as belts, pulleys, flywheels or fans if they
come in contact with you or your clothing.
An electric air compressor with automatic
controls can restart at any time and cause
bodily injury when least expected.
Risk from Moving Parts
Serious injury may occur if repairs are
attempted with damaged, missing or removed
protective guards, shrouds or missing covers.
Serious burn injuries could occur from
touching exposed metal parts such as the
compressor head, copper/braided discharge
lines and engine exhaust muffler during
operation, and even after compressor is shut
down for sometime.
How to Avoid Hazard
Never operate the air compressor without protective belt
guards installed. Replace damaged protective covers or
guards immediately.
Always unplug air compressor and drain air tanks
completely before attempting any repairs or performing
maintenance. Never allow children or adolescents to
operate air compressor.
All repairs to the air compressor should be made only by
authorized or trained service personnel.
Never touch any of the exposed metal parts during
operation and for an extended period of time after the air
compressor has shut down.
Do not attempt maintenance on the unit until it has been
allowed to completely cool.
Risk of Burn
Serious injury can result from attempting to
lift an object that is too heavy.
Always obtain assistance from others before attempting
to lift any object that is too heavy for one person.
Risk of Injury from Lifting
Serious injury may occur from loose debris
being propelled at high speeds from the
compressed air stream.
Always wear OSHA required ANSI Z87.1-1989 safety
glasses to protect the eyes during operation of the air
compressor. Never point the air stream or tools at any
point of your body, other people or animals.
Always turn off the air compressor and drain tank
pressure completely before attempting maintenance or
attaching air tools.
Flying Objects
Warning
Risk of Unsafe Operation
Serious injury or death may occur to you or
others if air compressor is used in an unsafe
manner.
Caution
Risk of Damage to
Air Compressor or Property
Failure to transport or operate the air
compressor properly may result in major
repair expenses. Oil leaks will damage
carpets, painted surfaces, flooring and other
items.
Review and understand all instructions and warnings in
your owner’s manual. Know how to stop the air
compressor. Do not operate until you are thoroughly
familiar with all of the controls. Do not operate the
compressor if fatigued or under the influence of alcohol
or drugs. Stay alert while operating the compressor and
pay close attention to the task at hand.
Check oil levels daily and maintain proper oil levels.
Always run compressor in a level, secure position that
keeps it from tipping or falling during use. Do not operate
without an air filter or in a corrosive environment.
Always transport in a level position and use protective
mats to keep truck beds clean, etc. Check drain bolts
regularly and do not overfill machinery with oil.
This product contains chemicals, including lead, known to the state of California to cause cancer, birth
defects, and other reproductive harm. Always wash hands after handling this product.
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SYSTEM CONTROLS
1. SAFETY-RELIEF VALVE Every ROLAIR® air compressor is equipped with a safety-relief valve which is
designed to discharge tank pressure at a predetermined setting when a systems failure occurs. Check the
safety valve periodically by pulling on the ring only after the tank pressure has been completely drained. The
spring loaded valve should move freely within the safety valve body. An inoperable safety valve could allow
an excessive amount of tank pressure to build causing the air tank to catastrophically rupture or explode.
Do not tamper with or attempt to eliminate the safety relief valve.
2. AUTOMATIC INTERNAL OVERLOAD PROTECTION The JC series motor is built with automatic overload
protection. When an electrical deficiency occurs, the overload will interrupt the power supply and
automatically shut down the motor to protect it. When the overload sufficiently cools, the motor will
attempt to restart automatically. If the electrical deficiency that caused the overload to trip is not corrected,
the motor will continue to overheat and restart which may lead to a complete motor failure. Therefore,
NEVER LEAVE THE AIR COMPRESSOR PLUGGED IN UNATTENDED. Always re-evaluate the power source
and gauge/length of extension cord being used whenever the overload causes the motor to stop running.
(Refer to the chart on page 8.)
3. PRESSURE SWITCH Your air compressor operates by the use of a pressure switch. Always make sure
the lever is in the “Off” position before plugging in the power cord. By moving the lever to the “On/Auto”
position, the compressor will start and stop automatically within the settings of the pressure switch which
are typically 95 - 125 PSI. Do not attempt to stop the compressor by unplugging the power cord. To stop,
simply move the lever to the “Off” position.
4. REGULATOR – WORKING PRESSURE To adjust the output/line pressure, simply rotate the regulator
adjustment knob clockwise to increase working pressure or counterclockwise to decrease. Never exceed
the manufacturer’s maximum allowable pressure rating of the tool being used or item being inflated.
Always relieve pressure from coupler by rotating adjustment knob completely counter-clockwise before
removing air hose.
5. PRESSURE GAUGE(S)
Typically, most compressors are designed with a gauge to measure tank or
storage pressure and another gauge that indicates output or working pressure.
6. DRAIN VALVE(S) One or more drain valves are installed to allow moisture to be drained on a daily basis
from the compressor storage tank(s). Open drains carefully and slowly to prevent scale, rust, or debris from
becoming expelled at a high rate of speed.
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SYSTEM CONTROLS (con’t)
7. AIR INTAKE FILTER Air intake filters are installed to prevent foreign matter from entering the engine or
compressor pump. Check intake elements on a regular basis and either clean or replace as needed. Warm
soapy water or low compressed air may be used to clean the elements.
8. CHECK VALVE Every ROLAIR® air compressor is built with a check valve to seal off and maintain tank
pressure after the top end pressure setting of pilot valve or pressure switch is reached. The check valve
works in conjunction with the solenoid valve to provide a loadless start for the compressor system. A quick
burst of air escaping from the solenoid valve after the machine reaches top end indicates the check valve is
working properly. If the compressor has a mysterious leak after stopping that cannot be traced elsewhere,
the check valve may require servicing/replacing. Always drain tank pressure completely before attempting
to remove or service any component.
9. VIBRATION DAMPENER(S) The rubber pads installed beneath every portable ROLAIR® tank assembly are
very important to the proper operation of the air compressor. They provide protection from vibration that
left unchecked could cause damage to many system components.
10. QUICK DISCONNECT A universal or 3-way quick disconnect is installed on your JC series air
compressor. Simply push a 1/4” male plug into coupler to snap hose fitting into coupler. Always relieve
pressure from coupler before installing or removing hose. See instructions for regulator (#4 above). Pull
back on collar to remove air hose after pressure is relieved.
11. SOLENOID VALVE A normally open solenoid valve is installed to provide the JC series motor with a
“loadless” start. A light inside the solenoid comes on while the pump is building pressure and the solenoid
is closed. When the compressor stops at top pressure or from being unplugged, the solenoid opens to
dump off or purge head and line pressure. If air leaks continuously from the solenoid after a cycle is
complete, there is a problem with the operation of the check valve (item #8).
12. COLD-START VALVE The cold-start valve allows the motor/pump to warm up before building tank
pressure. When starting against zero PSI, it releases only a portion of the air being compressed for
approximately ten seconds and normally seals after the tank pressure reaches 15-20 PSI. Additional air
leaks in the compressed air system, high-altitude operation or a problem with the pump’s ability to properly
produce compressed air will cause the cold-start valve to leak continuously.
PRE-START CHECKLIST
Read the owner’s manual thoroughly. Make sure that you completely understand all of the safety
warnings, system controls and instructions provided before attempting to operate this air compressor.
Every effort has been made to provide you with the information needed to obtain many years of reliable and
trouble-free service out of your new air compressor. It is your responsibility to operate the air compressor
properly. To obtain the longest possible service life from your air compressor you must always keep the
following instructions in mind.
1. INSTALL AIR INTAKE FILTER
Remove metal air cleaner assembly from the bag attached to the compressor with owner’s manual.
Thread intake filter into open port on pump cylinder head. Reference #7 on the System Controls drawing
(page 6) or review schematic and/or picture on box for proper location to install air cleaner. A nylon tube
is inserted into the filter to help make the JC series air compressors even quieter! Always make sure the
tube end inserted in the filter is cut at an angle to prevent a restriction of the intake air flow.
2. OPERATE IN A CLEAN, DRY AND WELL VENTILATED AREA
Allow at least 18” behind the belt guard for proper cooling of pump from flywheel blast. Do not operate
in the rain or in areas of standing water. Never operate in an area where other gases, fumes or vapors
are present which may become explosive when compressed. Do not operate compressor in an enclosed
area or with any of the ventilation openings covered.
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PRE-START CHECKLIST (continued)
3. INSPECT/CLEAN/CHANGE INTAKE ELEMENTS ON A REGULAR BASIS
The ingestion of dirt into the pump and engine is the primary cause of premature wear. Pay special
attention to the intake filters. Check intake filters daily.
4. USE LONGER PROPERLY SIZED AIR HOSE RATHER THAN EXTENSION CORDS
If an extension cord must be used, please refer to the chart on the following page for the proper gauge
and maximum length that can be used. The use of inadequately sized air hose will also lead to frictional
pressure drops that could affect the proper performance of your air tools.
5. DO NOT USE A GENERATOR AS THE POWER SOURCE
Air compressors use inductive motors that require 3-5 times the full-load amp draw to properly start.
Most generators will not provide the wattage needed to properly start this type of electric motor.
6. CHECK TENSION OF BOLTS, BELTS, AND HARDWARE ON A REGULAR BASIS
Operation of any equipment with loose bolts and/or fittings will lead to excessive vibration
and the premature failure of the compressor system control components.
7. MAINTAIN RUBBER VIBRATION PADS
Excessive vibration is a major cause of premature compressor failure. Always maintain the rubber
vibration pads located beneath tank assembly. Operation without them will void your warranty.
8. DRAIN MOISTURE FROM AIR TANK DAILY
Water is a natural byproduct of compressed air. Drain air tank(s) after each use to combat internal tank
corrosion. Keep drain valve(s) closed if storing compressor for any length of time.
ELECTRIC EXTENSION CORD TABLE
Minimum Wire Size
Motor
1/2 and 3/4 HP
14 Ga.
12 Ga.
10 Ga.
Extension
Cord Length
Up to 25 ft.
25 – 50 ft.
50 – 100 ft.
Motor
1, 1-1/2, and 2 HP
12 Ga.
10 Ga.
8 Ga.
SPECIFICATIONS
Horsepower
Voltage
Hertz
Motor RPM
Stage(s)
Amperage
(on 115 V @ 125 PSI
Thermal Protection
Factory Settings
JC13
.75
JC10
1.0
115 V
60 hZ
1725
Single
4.6A
8.0A
Automatic
95 – 125 PSI
Tank Capacity
Pump-Up Time (0-125 PSI)
Recovery Time (95-125 PSI)
CFM Displacement
CFM Free Air @ 90 PSI
Dimensions (LxWxH – in.)
Weight (lb.)
Noise Level (dBA)
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JC13
JC10
2.3 Gallon
1:32
:56
:47
:15
2.5
5.3
1.1
2.35
17x16x15
17x14x14
27
56
39
60
OPERATION
WARNING – Your safety and the wellbeing of others during the operation of every ROLAIR® compressor is
our main concern. Do not operate or permit anyone else to operate your air compressor until the
information contained in this manual is read and completely understood. Please contact your distributor or
our customer service department if you have any questions on the proper use of your air compressor.
1. Wear eye protection.
2. Inspect machine to make sure bolts are tight, vibration pads are secure, power cord is solid,
compression fittings are tight, and the air intake filter is clean, solid and tightly installed.
3. Position compressor in a clean, dry location with plenty of ventilation and away from volatile vapors
and gases. Never start machine with any of the ventilation openings covered.
4. Slowly open tank drain to remove any condensate that has accumulated. Keep drain open for 20 –
30 seconds after starting compressor to “warm-up” motor and pump.
5. Make sure pressure switch lever is in the “Off” position before plugging machine into a properly
grounded outlet. Never unplug machine until moving lever to “Off” position.
6. Move lever to “On” position and close tank drain to build tank pressure after allowing machine to
warm up for a few seconds with the drain open.
7. Attach air hose only after rotating regulator adjustment knob counter-clockwise to relieve any
pressure that has built up.
8. Rotate regulator adjustment knob clockwise until desired working pressure is reached.
9. When task is complete, rotate regulator adjustment knob counter-clockwise to relieve pressure prior
to removing air hose. Open drain slowly to drain moisture and prepare for next start. Rotate
pressure switch lever to “Off” position before unplugging.
10. Store compressor in a warm/dry location and perform maintenance as indicated in manual.
NOTE: Do not subject compressor to continuous use. The JC series air compressors are rated for 70%
duty-cycle. If operated for more than forty minutes per hour, the motor will overheat and cause the internal
overload to shut down the compressor. The overload will also allow the motor to automatically restart after
the motor has sufficiently cooled, which can be unexpected. Therefore, never leave the air compressor
plugged in unattended.
HIGH-ALTITUDE OPERATION:
Due to a decrease in atmospheric pressure air compressor pumps produce less CFM at higher
elevations. As a rule of thumb the output will decrease approximately three percent per 1000 feet of
elevation. Also, because air at higher elevations is less dense and does not cool as well, electric motors
cannot be subjected to the full nameplate service factor amp rating and may need to be upgraded to avoid
repeated overheating.
Direct drive or hand-carry compressors built with cold-start valves may need to be modified when
operated in higher elevations. Contact our factory Customer Service Department if your normally reliable air
compressor fails to operate correctly at higher elevations.
MAINTENANCE
Your new air compressor represents the finest engineering and construction available. Even the best
machinery requires periodic maintenance. Please stick to the maintenance schedule and consider the
suggestions that follow to keep your compressor in peak condition.
NOTE: Always unplug or shut down your compressor and drain the air tanks completely before
attempting any type of maintenance. Wait for compressor to cool before servicing.
IMPORTANT: Replace the oil after the first 50 hours of operation.
MAINTENANCE HINTS:
1) Use a soap/water solution to check for air leaks.
2) Never clean filters with a flammable solvent.
3) Retorque head bolts only after pump has cooled.
4) Never weld on air tank(s).
5) Use heat to loosen Loctite seal on drains and other fittings before
attempting to remove.
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Recommendation
Drain Moisture from Tank(s)
Inspect Air Filter(s)
Check for Unusual Noise or Vibration
Check for Air Leaks
Clean Exterior of Air Compressor
Check Condition of Vibration Pads
Tighten/Retorque Bolts
Check Operation of Safety Valve
Clean/Change Air Filter
Perform Pump Up Time Test
Check Operation of System Controls
Check Air Tanks for Dents/Leaks
MAINTENANCE SCHEDULE
Daily
Weekly
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
X
Monthly
Quarterly
X
X
X
X
TROUBLESHOOTING
WARNING - Make sure you completely understand all of the safety warnings and operation of each
system control component before attempting any maintenance or repair. Always drain the tank pressure
completely, make sure the power cord is unplugged, and unit has time to cool before performing any
maintenance or service operations.
PROBLEM
Motor makes no noise when
power is applied
Motor hums but does not
start/run
Motor runs but pump will not
reach top pressure setting of 125
PSI
CAUSE
Tank pressure is full
Automatic overload has stopped
compressor due to overheating
Motor windings are fried
Capacitor has failed
Excessive external leaks at tank
drain, regulator, hoses, etc.
Broken valve, blown gasket or
other internal issue
Unit does not maintain tank
pressure after stopping at 125 PSI
and leaks continuously from
solenoid
Disc and spring inside check valve
are not sealing
Unit runs great for close to an
hour before suddenly stopping
Excessive external leaks on unit or
air hose/fittings
Unit is undersized or is being
worked above 70% duty cycle
Pump builds tank pressure above
125 PSI, causing safety valve to
blow/pop off
Compressor is louder than normal
and slow to build pressure
Pressure switch contacts are
stuck together
Pressure switch port is plugged
with ice or debris
Broken valve, bearing failure or
debris inside pump
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SOLUTION
Drain below 95 PSI to restart
Unplug, drain tank pressure and
allow to cool before restarting.
Evaluate power supply and
extension cord used
Take in for service. Evaluate
power supply and duty cycle
Replace and retest
Use soap/water solution to
identify and correct leaks
Inspect valve plates or take in for
service
Drain tank pressure completely.
Unthread check valve inspection
cap and clean debris from disc
Use soap/water solution to
identify and correct leaks
Use larger air compressor for this
application
Unplug, inspect contacts and
replace pressure switch if
necessary
Bring inside to unthaw drain water
from tank and restart or take in
for service
Inspect valve plates and piston
tops or take in for service
Guarantee
Associate Engineering Corporation warrants that all ROLAIR® compressors will be free of defects in material
and workmanship for a period of twelve months from the date of initial retail purchase, or eighteen months
from the date of manufacture, whichever may occur first.
Should any failure to conform to this warranty be reported to the company within said period, the company
shall, upon purchaser shipping the compressor to our plant transportation prepaid, correct such
nonconformity by suitable repair or, at its option, furnish a replacement part F.O.B. our plant.
Associate Engineering Corporation shall not be liable for any unauthorized repairs, replacements,
adjustments to the compressors, or the costs of labor performed by the purchaser.
This warranty is expressly in lieu of all other warranties expressed, implied or statutory (including, but
not limited to, warranties of merchantability and fitness for purpose) and of any other obligations,
and/or liabilities on the part of Associate Engineering Corporation. Associate Engineering Corporation
neither assumes nor authorizes any other person to assume for it any other obligations or liability in
connection with or with respect to any compressor.
Associate Engineering Corporation shall in no event be liable neither for any consequential, incidental or
special damages nor for the improper selection of any compressor for a particular application.
Quality
Associate Engineering Corporation is devoted to continual quality control and thorough research of the
products we build. It is our creed to give you, the user, all of the experience and engineering available in
the production of every piece of equipment we produce.
Our line covers the complete needs of today’s varied air requirements. Rely on ROLAIR® for all the newest
and finest features that are available for the modern compressor.
606 South Lake Street > P.O. Box 346 > Hustisford, WI 53034-0346 > 920.349.3281 > fax 920.349.3691 > www.rolair.com
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PARTS LIST FOR MODEL JC10
Schem #
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
Description
Motor Cover
Fan (left side only)
Crankcase (left side only)
Connecting Rod
Piston Ring
Piston Cap
Cap Bolt
Cylinder
O-Ring
Head Gasket
Head
Head Bolt
O-Ring
Connecting Tube
Bolt
Valve Stop
Valve – Exhaust
Valve Plate
Valve – Intake
Washer
Fan (right side only)
Eccentric
Bearing
Setscrew
Bolt – Con Rod
Crankcase (right side only)
Box Connector
Bolt
Bolt
Washer
Stator
Part #
JC800-1
JC800-2
JC800-3
JC800-4
JC800-5
JC800-6
JC800-7
JC800-8
JC800-9
JC800-10
JC800-11
JC800-12
JC800-13
JC800-14
JC800-15
JC800-16
JC800-17
JC800-18
JC800-19
JC800-20
JC800-21
JC800-22
JC800-23
JC800-24
JC800-25
JC800-26
JC800-27
JC800-28
JC800-29
JC800-30
JC800-31
Qty.
2
1
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
4
1
Schem #
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
50
51
52
53
54
55
56
57
58
59
60
61
62
Description
Nut
Rotor
Bearing
Screw
Screw
Elbow
Air Filter Assembly
Vibration Dampener
Nut
Coupler
Regulator
Gauge – Line
Gauge – Tank
Bushing
Nipple
Safety Relief Valve
Pressure Switch
Capacitor
Cover – Capacitor
Check Valve
Solenoid – Unloader
Braided Discharge Line
Tank Assembly
Handle Grip
Rubber Foot
Washer
Bolt
Drain Valve
Cord with Plug
Brass Elbow/Tee
Cold-Start Valve
Part #
JC800-32
JC800-33
JC800-34
JC800-35
JC800-36
JC800-37
JC800-38
JC800-39
JC800-40
JC800-41
JC800-42
JC800-43
JC800-44
JC800-45
JC800-46
JC800-47
JC800-48
JC800-49
JC800-50
JC800-51
JC800-52
JC800-53
JC800-54
JC800-55
JC800-56
JC800-57
JC800-58
JC800-59BV
JC800-60
JC800-61
JC800-62
Qty.
4
1
2
4
2
1
1
4
4
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
1
1
1
1
606 South Lake Street > P.O. Box 346 > Hustisford, WI 53034-0346 > 920.349.3281 > fax 920.349.3691 > www.rolair.com
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PARTS LIST FOR MODEL JC13
Schem #
1
2
4
5
6
7
9
10
11
12
13
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
23
24
25
27
28
29
30
32
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
Description
Motor Cover
Fan (left side only)
Connecting Rod
Piston Ring
Piston Cap
Cap Bolt
O-Ring
Head Gasket
Head
Head Bolt
O-Ring
Bolt
Valve Stop
Valve – Exhaust
Valve Plate
Valve – Intake
Washer
Fan (right side only)
Bearing
Setscrew
Bolt – Con Rod
Box Connector
Bolt
Bolt
Washer
Nut
Bearing
Screw
Screw
Elbow
Air Filter Assembly
Vibration Dampener
Nut
Coupler
Part #
JC800-1
JC800-2
JC800-4
JC800-5
JC800-6
JC800-7
JC800-9
JC800-10
JC800-11
JC800-12
JC800-13
JC800-15
JC800-16
JC800-17
JC800-18
JC800-19
JC800-20
JC800-21
JC800-23
JC800-24
JC800-25
JC800-27
JC800-28
JC800-29
JC800-30
JC800-32
JC800-34
JC800-35
JC800-36
JC800-37
JC800-38
JC800-39
JC800-40
JC800-41
Qty.
2
1
2
2
2
2
2
2
2
12
4
2
2
2
2
2
2
1
2
2
2
1
2
2
4
4
2
4
2
1
1
4
4
1
Schem #
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
50
51
52
53
55
56
57
58
59
60
63
64
65
66
67
68
69
70
71
72
73
74
75
76
77
78
79
Description
Regulator
Gauge – Line
Gauge – Tank
Bushing
Nipple
Safety Relief Valve
Pressure Switch
Cover – Capacitor
Check Valve
Solenoid – Unloader
Braided Discharge Line
Handle Grip
Rubber Foot
Washer
Bolt
Drain Valve
Cord with Plug
Nut
Rotor
Stator
Washer
Bolt
Screw
Washer
Capacitor
Base Assembly
Air Tank
Crankcase (left side only)
Crankcase (right side only)
Washer
Washer
Eccentric
Cylinder
Connecting Tube
Part #
JC800-42
JC800-43
JC800-44
JC800-45
JC800-46
JC800-47
JC800-48
JC800-50
JC800-51
JC800-52
JC800-53
JC800-55
JC800-56
JC800-57
JC800-58
JC800-59BV
JC800-60
JC800-63
JC800-64
JC800-65
JC800-66
JC800-67
JC800-68
JC800-69
JC800-70
JC800-71
JC800-72
JC800-73
JC800-74
JC800-75
JC800-76
JC800-77
JC800-78
JC800-79
Qty.
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
4
4
4
1
1
4
1
1
4
4
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
4
12
2
2
2
606 South Lake Street > P.O. Box 346 > Hustisford, WI 53034-0346 > 920.349.3281 > fax 920.349.3691 > www.rolair.com
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