1. Ensure the necessary safety protection devices (such as gas lines, pressure gauges, safety valves, etc.) are in good condition and working properly.
2. Always exhausted the air circuit before repairing or moving the compressor.
3. Check all the parts of the compressor including the motor, hoses and seals for any damage or wear.
4. Change the oil regularly as per the recommended levels and replace the air filters as needed.
5. Check for any leakage of air from the joints or valves; if leaking tighten the valves and fittings.
6. Regularly check the air pressure, oil pressure and temperature of the compressor.
7. Strictly follow the lubrication chart to ensure proper lubrication of the moving parts.
8. Clean the dirt and dust accumulation from the air chamber, motor and cooling fins regularly.
9. Make sure that the motor and other components are not exposed to high temperatures.
10. Always consult a professional for any major repairs or for troubleshooting any issue related to your air compressor.