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    • CommentAuthorwingoil
    • CommentTimeOct 26th 2022 edited
    Check these 4 things when your pressure testing equipment isn't working.
    Check your pump.
    Perhaps the most important components of the system are the pumps and boosters. These components are often the first to fail due to overuse. Common pump and supercharger problems include:
    Visual seal leakage
    Separately troubleshoot the pump and isolate it from the system
    Check the O-rings on the spool and lubricate
    Check your stress.
    The next thing you should check is your air pressure. If the incoming pressure is not enough, the system will not function properly. Your pump may not be able to achieve the required outlet pressure and the pneumatic vent may not be sealed in the closed position. Or, if your input pressure is too high, it can break your system and even lead to serious injury. Therefore, it is a good idea to regularly check the air pressure of the system as well as any pneumatic valves.
    Check your filter.
    Clogged or dirty filters can cause problems for stress testing systems. Be sure to drain and check air and water filters regularly to ensure they are clean and unblocked. To do this on the intake filter, turn the valve at the bottom of the filter bowl and let the air blow out any moisture. You can also turn off the filter to check the component, manually drain or check that the automatic drain is working properly. For the liquid filter, turn off the fluid supply and remove the filter element by unscrewing it from the filter head. Clean or replace necessary components.
    Check your reservoir.
    Both fluid storage tanks and air storage tanks can accumulate debris over time, either from contaminated fluid entering the system or moist air supplied by your workshop air. Be sure to drain your tank and reservoir frequently to remove any build-up. It is especially important to remove any moisture from the tank to prevent rust and to keep your ventilation ducts and tools dry.