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Bambi Air Compressors Ltd build air compressors, among other diverse equipment, in the UK, and has been in business since 1977.
This page will provide you with as much relevant information as possible, where you can seek help, download manuals, and navigate existing problems and solutions available on this site.
Table of Contents
- Bambi Information
- Bambi Contact Information
- Bambi Air Compressor Manuals
- Bambi Air Compressor Troubleshooting, Problems & Fixes
- FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
All Bambi air compressors are high-performance and precision-made systems, designed for medical, dental, laboratory, and OEM applications. In addition, our Apollo painting systems are sold in over 50 countries – HVLP (High Volume Low Pressure) with powerful integral turbines that offer robust portability – no compressor required.
Their range covers DIY, professional, and contractor specifications. They manufacture silent running air compressors, oil-free compressors, and have a line of dental air compressors as well.
Bambi Contact Information
Bambi Air Compressors Contact Info
Bambi Air Compressors Ltd
152 Thimble Mill Lane
Birmingham B7 5HT
Tel: +44 (0)121 322 2299
Fax: +44 (0)121 322 2297
Bambi Air Compressor Manuals
Click the link to download any manuals listed on your computer. Save the download so you have it for future reference.
For other Bambi air compressor manuals, visit their site (www.bambi-air.co.uk), and follow the downloads link.
Bambi Air Compressor Troubleshooting, Problems & Fixes
The Bambi air compressors page on this website is offered to allow the sharing of user experiences and issues relating to the Bambi line of air compressors when the user has been unable to get help from Bambi or elsewhere.
How to Change the Oil in a Bambi Air Compressor
How do you fill a Bambi compressor with oil? This question comes up quite frequently. So I contacted Bambi on your behalf, and they said:
“Hi, Yes correct remove the sight glass and tilt the unit forward (to drain the oil)
Bambi Air Compressors Ltd”
Filling Bambi Compressor Oil
I found the linked video on YouTube. It is rudimentary, yet shows the oil top up and the tank draining.
It wasn’t clear, I thought, but the compressor needs to be OFF when the oil is being filled if it was not in the video.
Before posting your question at the end of this page, please take a few minutes to read the posts below as well as pages linked from the troubleshooting page, as those pages cover a variety of common compressor issues that affect many brands of compressors, including Bambi air compressors.
If you see a question on this Bambi air compressors forum that you can help with, please do add a comment. Your help is welcome and appreciated.
Here are more pages on this site with questions, answers, and information about Bambi air compressors:
- Bambi 75/250 won’t build pressure after being on its side
- Bambi compressor 75/250 not building pressure
- Bambi has air shooting out
- Bambi 75-150 has a slight oil leak
- Bambi BB24 gauge information
FAQs (Frequently Asked Questions)
Reviews appear to be mixed with Bambi compressors. A lot of folks have left extremely positive reviews while others have left appalling reviews. Take this Bambi air compressor as an example, where it sits with an average 3.1 rating!
The high-performance compressors are made in Birmingham, United Kingdom, and offer solutions to a variety of applications.
If you have any questions about Bambi compressors, please leave a comment below, with photos if applicable, so that someone can help you!
I have a Bambi bb24, the problem I have is it is I am getting is the compressor is sucking up the oil and I’m getting oil in the tank and water trap (oily/moisture mix, looks like melted butter)
I removed the air filter completely to check this wasn’t blocked but wasn’t the problem and no change.
Anyone with any ideas?
Is this a new machine?
What’s the present oil level?