If left unattended, air compressor moisture can wreak havoc on your unit. These units naturally produce a lot of heat in their operation, which causes condensation after the air cools. There are a number of ways you can address this excess air compressor moisture before it has a chance to damage your system.
An air compressor that’s been exposed to excessive moisture can develop many problems over time. Internal parts will begin to rust, making them less efficient so that your system has to work harder to perform. This could result in needing expensive repair work, and it can even shorten the lifespan of your compressor.
If you suspect moisture is causing problems for your air compressor, NB Sales and Service can help. We serve Bakersfield, Fresno, Ventura, and the surrounding areas. Contact us today to learn more