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How do I know if I have an Air Compressor Leak?

Common tips to help you locate your leak.

The hissing, the air bubbles... these are clear signs you have an air leak in your system. What's the big deal? How can a little leak be costing me money? A compressor leak produces a drop in the systems pressure. This can cause tools and machines to operate less efficiently, run longer, and shortens the life span of that tool and equipment. Increased run-time adds more strain to the system and can lead to additional maintenance and unscheduled downtime.

Leak Indicators

Here are a few things to look for when checking for leaks: - Mismatched fittings - Rubber Hoses that are worn - Hoses that have cracks - Compressor cycles on and off when not using used - Piping sized correct

Let us Help you get a plan for your Leaks!

Don't Give Away Your Money

Take the time to find and fix your leaks on your air system. By a few simple repairs, you'll be able to eliminate an unnecessary demand. Leaks cause your compressor to cycle on and off and run often.