I know this topic has been hashed over so many times already, but just once more ...okay?
We have experienced several compressor failures on this new account we took over last November.
I understand my company cannot possibly have fixed all the screw ups left over from years of poor service/ lack of proper maintenance, etc.
Does anyone perform something that cuts down on failures?
Like oil sampling or just replacing the oil filters on a regular basis?
How often do you go thru yoru racks and change the core driers out?
Does anyone use acid testing as a means of preventative maintenance?
I'm not trying to save the world here fellas.... I am just trying to get up to speed on what are viable methods of preventing failures in rack based compressors.
Specifically the copelands. We're mainly running them on 22 with mineral.