cameras, TV cameras, glassware and the filters of vacuum cleaners
Warning: when using the blow gun on delicate or precision equipment
(TV cameras, camera lenses, etc.) reduce the pressure of the jet to
Do not clean the blow gun with solvents or flammable or toxic liquids.
TABLE 1 – RECOMMENDED OPERATING PRESSURES
To remove dust from ordinary objects
To remove dust from precision equipment
7. CLEANING AND MAINTENANCE
Pull the power plug before doing any cleaning and maintenance
work on the appliance.
Wait until the compressor has completely cooled down. Risk of
Always depressurize the tank before carrying out any cleaning
and maintenance work.
● Keep the safety devices free of dirt and dust as far as possible. Wipe
the equipment with a clean cloth or blow it with compressed air at
● We recommend that you clean the appliance immediately after you
● Clean the appliance regularly with a damp cloth and some soft soap.
Do not use cleaning agents or solvents; these may be aggressive to
the plastic parts in the appliance. Ensure that no water can get into
the interior of the appliance.
9. TROUBLESHOOTING GUIDE
Note: Remove power source and drain tank pressure prior to making any repairs or adjustments.
Reduction of performance. Frequent start-
up. Low pressure values.
The compressor stops and restarts
automatically after a few minutes.
After a few attempts to restart, the
The compressor does not stop and the
safety valve is tripped.
Any other type of operation must be carried out by authorized Service Centers, requesting original parts. Tampering with the machine
may impair its safety and in any case make the warranty null and void.
Warranty and repair.
In the event of defective goods or requirements for spare parts, kindly contact the sales point where you made your purchase.
● You must disconnect the hose and any spraying tools from the
compressor before cleaning (fig. 5). Do not clean the compressor
with water, solvents or the like.
7.2 Draining tank
The condensation water must be drained off each day by opening the
drain valve (ref. D) (on the bottom of the pressure vessel).
Verify that the compressor is turned Off.
2. Holding the handle, tilt the compressor toward the drain valve so
that they are positioned at the bottom of the tank.
Turn the drain valve to open the valve.
Keep the compressor tilted until all moisture has been removed.
The condensation water from the pressure vessel will contain
residual oil. Dispose of the condensation water in an environmentally
compatible manner at the appropriate collection point.
Pull the mains plug out of the socket and ventilate the appliance
and all connected pneumatic tools.
Switch off the compressor and make sure that it is secured in
such a way that it cannot be started up again by any unauthorized
Store the compressor only in a dry location which is not
accessible to unauthorized persons.
Always store upright, never tilted!
8. DISPOSAL AND RECYCLING
The unit and its accessories are made of various types of material,
such as metal and plastic.
Defective components must be disposed of as special waste. Ask your
dealer or your local council.
Excessive performance request, check for
any leaks from the couplings and/or pipes.
Intake filter may be clogged.
Tripping of the thermal cutout due to
overheating of the motor.
Tripping of the thermal cutout due to
overheating of the motor (removal of the
plug with the compressor running, low
Irregular functioning of the compressor or
breakage of the pressure switch.
Replace the seals of the fitting, clean or
replace the filter.
Clean the air ducts in the conveyor. Ventilate
the work area.
Activate the on/off switch. Ventilate the work
area. Wait a few minutes. The compressor
will restart independently.
Remove the plug and contact the Service