Pneumatic valves, cylinders, and air motors all have moving parts. These parts need lubrication.
Always install the lubricator downstream from the filter and or regulator and as close as possible to the point where you want the lubrication.
How to manage and maintain your compressor lubricators:
Always use the same thin, lubricating oil in the lubricator.
Every time you change the oil viscosity, you must re-adjust the lubricator. Adjust the lubricator to let the correct amount of oil down your air-line.
Lubricators not using oil do not lubricate any equipment.
If your exhaust on the lubricated equipment is wet and messy from the oil, your lubricator puts too much oil down the line. Adjust the adjustment screw on top of the lubricator.
Turning the adjustment screw anticlockwise will put more oil through the line and turning it clockwise will decrease the flow.
Refrigerated air dryers from 750 liters/min up to 6500 liter/min ex-stock. Larger ex overseas. Dew point 4°C under pressure. Automatic drain pre and manual drain after filters.
Screw compressors have no valves or other mechanical forces to cause imbalances unlike piston compressors.
Airpower keeps universal spare parts for compressors. Pressure switches, non return valves and safety valves are universal to all compressors. Bottom entry filters/ regulators, electric motors and starters can be used for many makes of compressors.