Belt Driven Compressor Operation Manual Model No. SACBD-100

Belt Driven Compressor Operation Manual Model No. SACBD-100
Belt Driven Compressor Operation Manual
Model No. SACBD-100
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Contents
Important Notice
3
Preparation for Usage
3
Safety Guidelines
4-5
Caution
6
Brief Description
6
Compressor Overview
7
Technical Specification
7
Parts List
8-9
Operation and Adjustment
10
Maintenance
10
Troubleshooting
11
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Belt Driven Compressor Operation Manual Model No. SACBD-100
Important Notice
1.In order to operate this compressor, please read and fully understand the instructions
contained in this manual before use. The compressor should only be operated by professional
personnel who fully abide by the safety instructions contained herein.
2. Keep the compressor away from flammable materials and heat sources.
3.Switch off the power supply and release the compressed air before each maintenance or
repair. Ensure warning stickers are displayed to avoid accidental use during this period.
4.It is strictly prohibited to change the factory’s settings without manufacturer’s prior
written consent.
Preparation for Usage
1. The Air compressor should be placed in a clean, dry and ventilated area
2.In order to extend the compressor lifespan, reduce the heat of moving parts by making sure the
air compressor cover is at least 0.3 - 0.5 metres away from the wall
3.Keep the voltage within ±5% of rating
4.Keep the oil level within the indicator
5.Recommended compressor oil AC2100 or AC2032
6.The normal working temperature should be -5°C - +35°C
7.The normal working temperature of the air compressor is 180°C and the lubricating oil
in the crankcase is 70°C
8.Open the outlet valve and let the air compressor run for 10 minutes without load before operation
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Safety Guidelines
DANGER
1.
TO REDUCE THE RISK OF FIRE OR EXPLOSION, NEVER SPRAY FLAMMABLE
LIQUIDS IN A CONFINED AREA. It is normal for the motor and pressure switch to produce
sparks while operating. If sparks come into contact with vapours from gasoline or other
solvents, it may ignite fire or an explosion. The air compressor must be stored and operated
in a well-ventilated area. Do not smoke while using the air compressor, and keep away from
flammable material
2.
When Trichloroethane and Methylene Chloride come into contact with aluminium in painting
equipment, it can produce a chemical reaction which may cause an explosion. If you are using
these solvents, please use only stainless steel spray equipment.
3.Never directly inhale the compressed air produced by a compressor.
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Safety Guidelines
WARNING
1.Do not weld onto the air tank of this compressor. Welding on the air compressor tank will cause a
safety hazard and will void the product warranty
2.Never use an electric air compressor outdoors or on a wet surface; it may cause an electric shock
3.Please power off the air compressor when not in use
4.
Check the manufacturer’s maximum pressure rating for air tools and accessories. The compressor
outlet pressure must be regulated so as not to exceed the maximum pressure rating for the tools
5.High temperatures and moving parts are present under the outer cover. To prevent burns or
other injuries, DO NOT operate with the outer cover removed. Allow the compressor parts to cool
before handling or servicing
6.Ensure you read all labels when you are spraying paints or toxic materials; follow the safety
instructions provided, and use a respirator mask
7.Always wear safety goggles or glasses when using an air compressor. Never point any nozzle or
sprayer towards a person or any part of the body
8.Do not adjust the pressure switch or regulating valve for any reason; they have been pre-set at the
factory for the maximum pressure for this unit
CAUTION:
1. Drain the moisture from the tank on a daily basis. A clean, dry tank will help prevent corrosion
2.Pull off the pressure relief valve ring daily to ensure that the valve is functioning properly, and to
clear any obstructions
3.To provide adequate ventilation for cooling, the compressor must be kept a minimum of 0.3-0.5
metres from the nearest wall, in a well-ventilated area
4.Fasten the compressor down securely, and release the pressure from the tank before
transportation
5.Protect the air hose and electrical wire from damage and punctures. Inspect them weekly for
weak or worn spots, and replace them if necessary
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Caution
1.Pull the cover off and connect the breather pipe and air filter before running the compressor
2.Never unscrew any connecting parts when the tank is pressurised
3.Disconnect the plug before disassembling any electrical part
4.Do not adjust the pressure switch or regulating valve for any reason; they have been pre-set at
the factory for the maximum pressure of this unit
5.Never use the compressor when the voltage is too low or too high
6.Never use electrical wire more than 5m long
7.Never disconnect the plug to stop the compressor; turn the switch to off instead
8.If the outlet valve doesn’t work, search for the cause immediately so as not to damage the motor
9.Lubricating oil must be clean; the oil level should be kept within the indicator
10.Before opening the outlet valve ensure the compressor is switched off and the plug is
disconnected from the power supply
11.The maximum decibel of the compressor is 89db
Brief Description
This range of Synairgy belt driven air compressors are built with performance and reliability in mind.
These units are designed for use in industrial and commercial environments, with the air capacity
and power to drive many of the most commonly used air compressor tools. Easy operation,
excellent safety characteristics and low noise levels make this compressor ideal for typical
applications and will satisfy the requirements for most garages, small factories, workshops and
farms where compressed air is required.
It is recommended that larger air compressors such as this are fitted with heavy-duty anti-vibration
floor mountings.
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Compressor Overview
1. Safety guard
1
2.Motor
3
3. Air pump
5
4. Air tank
7
5. Air regulator
2
8
6.Wheel
7.Handle
4
8. Safety relief valve
6
Technical Specification
Cylinder
Rated
Speed
Capacity
Pressure
KW hp
mm*n
rpm
l/min C.F.M
bar/psi
L
Usgal
kg
SACBD-100 220/50 2.2 3.0
Ø55*2
1050
200
8/115
100
6.34
89
Voltage Power
Code
V/Hz
7.1
Tank
N.W
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Parts List
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Parts List
No.
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
Designation
Air filter
Cylinder head
Connector
Cylinder head gasket
Valve plate
Valve plate copper gasket
Valve cock
Valve plate gasket
Piston ring
Oil ring
Piston
Piston pin
Piston circlip
Connecting rod
Cylinder
Cylinder gasket
Crank case
Bearing
Crank shaft
Oil seal
Pump pulley
Breather pipe
Crank case side cover
Oil level indicator
Baseboard for crank case
Check valve
Air tank
Air switch
Qty
1
1
1
1
2
1
4
1
4
2
2
2
2
2
1
1
1
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
No.
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
41
42
43
44
45
46
47
48
49
Designation
Pressure gauge 50mm
End cap
Safety relief valve
Regulating valve
Air outlet
Wheel
Wheel axle
Water release valve
Rotary wheel
Power cable
Motor wire
Motor
Motor pulley
Belt
Safety guard
Release pipe
Discharge pipe
Starting capacitor
Working capacitor
Pressure gauge 40mm
Handle
Qty
1
1
1
1
2
2
2
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
1
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Operation and Adjustment
1. Open the drain cock under the tank and then close it.
2.The compressor is controlled by the pressure switch. It can be stopped automatically as
pressure increases to the maximum and restarted as pressure decrease to the minimum.
The rated pressure has been set during production; do not adjust needlessly. As soon as the
motor is switched off the compressed air in the discharge pipe should be released through
the outlet valve under the switch, this is required for restarting, or the motor will be damaged.
The rated pressure can be adjusted by turning
the adjusting bolt of the switch.
3. The outlet pressure of compressed air can be
adjusted, by the regulating valve (Fig.3). Pull up
the knob of the regulation valve and turn it
clockwise to increase the pressure.
4. When the compressor needs to be stopped,
set the switch to the off position.
Safety relief valve
Pressure gauge
Regulator
Outlet port
(Fig.3)
Maintenance
1. Clean the crankcase and replace the lubricating oil after the first 10 working hours
2. Check the oil level after every 20 working hours, and replenish it if necessary
3. Open the drain cock under the tank to exhaust condensation after every 60 working hours
4.Clean the crankcase every 120 working hours and renew the oil, clean the air filter, check the
safety valve and pressure gauge
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Troubleshooting
Problem
Possible Causes
Solution
Motor unable
to run,
running too
slowly or
getting hot
1.
Fault in the line or insufficient
voltage
2. Power voltalge is too low
3. Fault with the pressure switch
4. Fault with the motor
5. Sticking of main compressor
1.
Check the wire connection from the motor
to the switch
2.
Voltage should be above 190V
3.
Replace pressure switch
4.
Check motor wire connection and cable if the cable is burnt or damaged replace
with new cable
Sticking
of main
compressor
1.
Moving parts are burnt due to
insufficient oil or moving parts are
damaged or stuck by a foreign
body
1.
Check the crankcase, bearing,
connecting rod, piston, piston ring
and replace if necessary
Shaking or
abnormal
noise
1. Loose connecting part
2.
Foreign body in main compressor
3. Piston knocking valve seat
4. Worn moving parts
1.
2.
3.
4.
Insufficient
pressure or
discharge
capacity
decreased
1. Motor runs too slowly
2. Air filter blocked
3. Safety relief valve leaking
4. Discharge pipe leaking
5. Sealing gasket damaged
6.
Valve plate damaged,carbon
build up or stuck
7.
Piston ring and cylinder worn
or damaged
1. Check voltage in the power socket
2. Clean or replace the cartridge
3. Replace with a new one
4.
If the tube connector leaks air try to fasten it
If main body or discharge pipe leaks oil,
replace with new one.
5.
Open and check whether it is damaged,
if it is replace it with new one.
6. Check and replace it
7. Replace
Excessive oil
consumption
1. The oil level is too high
2. Breather pipe is blocked
3.
Piston ring and cylinder worn
or damaged
1.
Keep the level within the set range
(in the middle of oil indicator)
2. Check and clean
3. Replace with new one
Check and retighten
Check and remove
Replace gasket
Repair or replace
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Belt Driven Compressor Operation Manual Model No. SACBD-100
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