Fluid Power Journal

In the “Heat” of the Moment

IN THE “HEAT” OF THE MOMENT of a pneumatic system troubleshooting exercise, skilled workers frequently overlook the most important step. If this step is bypassed, nothing will work. This step is so rudimentary and obvious that it is overlooked because it is so simple. The first thing to check: Is the air on (and at the correct operating pressure)

Clayton Fryer, CFPAI, CFPPM, CFPPT, CFPPS, cfryer1996@tds.net


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