When it comes to filling your air tanks with air, there's many options to choose from. However, the primary enemy of all compressors is heat. The new Air-Zenith compressors have been completely rebuilt and now offer the option of installing cooling fans that will prolong your compressor's life and give you piece of mind. Follow along to see just how easy it was to protect our compressor investments. For more information, contact the company listed below.
A Philips screw driver, razorblade, electrical tape, high-power soldering gun, Rosen core solder, and a heat gun
Parts Included in the Kit:
A-Z Fan and bracket, small packet of four screws and star washers, black heat-shrink, white silicone tubing, and clear zip ties
1. This is everything we needed...
1. This is everything we needed to install the new Air-Zenith fan.
2. We mounted the fan, so...
2. We mounted the fan, so the wire was facing the rear of the compressor. Then, we used the four screws and star washers to attach the fan bracket to the head of the compressor. The holes were machine-threaded, so the screws went in smoothly. Tip: If not, don't force them; simply remove and try again.
3. We ran the wire down the...
3. We ran the wire down the same side of the compressor that the wire left the fan (which could be different for you than what is pictured.) Next, we used the zip ties to secure the wire snugly along the compressor's body. Then, we slid the zip ties between the motor body and the lower support rail. If the zip ties won't fit, you can loosen the support rod with an Allen wrench on the back side of the compressor. Be sure to retighten when it's complete.