ingersoll rand T-30 model # 2340 - i have oil in my air lines

by chris
(seattle)

i have oil blowing out with air in my air line

i have a ingersoll and rand model # 2340
do you have any direction i could go with this
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Depending on the quantity of oil, you can simply use a coalescent filter to remove it before the oil contaminated air gets to your application.

If there is lots of oil, it is time to maintain the compressor. The usual suspect is worn cylinder seals allowing sump oil to migrate into the upper cylinder, and with the compressed air, into the air lines.

Bill

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Apr 03, 2017
2340 leaking a bit of oil with the water
by: mali

we have a 2340 Ingersoll Rand air comp. when I release the water from the bottom of tank; a little oil comes with it.. is this supposed to happen

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