Do not use compressed air from this unit for blow off or cleaning purposes. High
pressure air can cause serious injury to personnel.
a. After engine has been started and is running smoothly, release manual unloader cam and place upper part of
manual unloader cam (8) into horizontal position. An air pressure of between 175 and 200 psi (12.3 to 14.1 kgs/cm2) will
be shown on sir pressure gage (1) on air tank (2).
b. When required pressure is indicated, remove flexible hose (3) from its holder and place it near intended work
c. Open air tank shut-off valve (4) by turning handle 900 counterclockwise.
d. Select proper inflation tool (5), pull sleeve back on inflation hose connector, insert tool, and release sleeve.
e. Place inflation device (5) onto item to be inflated and depress handle (6) to allow pressurized air to flow into item.
f. Release handle (6) occasionally and, with inflation device still attached to item being inflated, read air pressure
inside of inflated item as shown on gage (7) on inflation handle.
g. When proper inflation pressure is shown, remove inflation device from item being inflated.
During air compressor operation, be sure to perform your "during" operation
preventive maintenance checks and services.