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Troubleshooting Your Ingersoll Rand Air Tools

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  • Lack of lubrication – low performance / worn parts/ rusty parts / contaminated vanes.
  • No greasing of impact wrenches.
  • Air fittings – use high flow fittings (Nitto).
  • Air compressor sizing – ensure adequate sizingto ensure it can handle your air tool usage and the quantity of tools.
  • Check for air line leaks.
  • Check pressure – 90 psi constant should be attool inlet with tool running.
  • Low air pressure = low performance – should beat 90 psi.
  • High air pressure – broken tool parts never goover 100 psi
  • Filter regulator – is the lubricator the correctsize?
  • Check hose size diameter and length.
  • Air storage capacity – compressor tank size.
  • Excessive water and oil carry over – correctfiltration and lubrication
  • Check air inlet for rubbish blocking air flow.
  • Check power dial on your tool is at maximum.

 

If none of the items on this listrelate to the poor performance of your air tool, then it may be time toconsider the purchase of a new tool to give you the performance you need.

 

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