Kaeser Thermal Element Replacement 7.2013.0 Screw Air Compressor
The thermal valve can play a major part in causing your air
compressor to overheat. By making sure you always have a new
thermal valve to hand, you can ensure that you don’t have any
downtime if it is the issue. You can also compare a new one to your
existing one to see if it is the actual cause of the overheating.
|TEMPERATURE SENSOR||7.6654.0||MAINTENANCE KIT MPCV||400992.1|
|TEMPERATURE SENSOR||7.6655.0||MAINTENANCE KIT MPCV||402313.0|
|TEMPERATURE SENSOR||7.8001.0||REPAIR KIT MPCV||400983.2|
|TEMPERATURE SENSOR||7.2473.0||REPAIR KIT MPCV||400983.3|
|TEMPERATURE SENSOR||7.8000.0||REPAIR KIT MPCV||402141.0|
|TEMPERATURE SENSOR||7.2014.0||MAINTENANCE KIT INLET VALVE||400771.0|
|TEMPERATURE SENSOR||7.1975.0||MAINTENANCE KIT INLET VALVE||400892.0|
|TEMPERATURE SENSOR||7.2425.0||MAINTENANCE KIT INLET VALVE||400990.0|
|TEMPERATURE SENSOR||7.2019.0||MAINTENANCE KIT INLET VALVE||401809.0|
|TEMPERATURE SENSOR||7.2013.0||MAINT. KIT - PNEUMATIC OPR.||401972.0|
|MAINT. KIT-COMBINATION VALVE||400888.00010||CONTROL LINE KIT||400867.0|
|MAINT. KIT-COMBINATION VALVE||400952.00020||CONTROL LINE KIT||400904.0|
|MAINT. KIT-COMBINATION VALVE||400994.00030||CONTROL LINE KIT||400933.0|
|MAINTENANCE KIT CAVV||400706.0||BELT||6.1395.0|
|MAINTENANCE KIT VENTING VALVE||400905.0||BELT||6.2186.0|
|REPAIR KIT CAVV||400707.00020||BELT||6.2502.0|
|REPAIR KIT CAVV||400707.0||BELT||6.2510.0|
|MAINTENANCE KIT MPCV||400711.1||BELT||6.2511.0|
|MAINTENANCE KIT MPCV||400982.1||BELT||6.2512.0|
|MAINTENANCE KIT MPCV||400982.2||BELT||6.2513.0|
How to Prevent Air Compressor from Overheating?
Prevention is key!
- Improve Internal and External Ventilation. Check on your
compressor’s vents and ensure that they are not only clean, but are
sized appropriately to the demands of the machine. You should also
ensure that the compressor room is sufficiently ventilated – if
it’s not, look into relocating your compressor into a space that is
more suitable. Note: these checks should occur on a regular basis!
- Inspect Oil and Lubrication Levels. As stated above, lubrication
acts as a coolant, so monitor the oil and lubricant levels in your
compressor often. Additionally, if the oil is thin or appears
watery, the heat level could already be too high.
- Routine Maintenance. The simplest action to take to prevent
overheating is to have routine maintenance performed on your