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The Warranty Information of Dental Air Compressor

There are many uses of compressed air. In fact, 70 percent of all manufacturers use a compressed air system, for use with machine tools, material handling, as well as spray painting and separation equipment. One reason for that popularity is the safety and convenience of using air as a resource, as opposed to other energy sources such as electricity.


The most popular dental air compressors are positive displacement compressors, which work by filling a chamber with air and then reducing volume. Positive displacement compressors include reciprocating, rotary screw and rotary vane compressors. Although reciprocating compressors are the most widely available on the market, rotary compressors are most useful in industrial environments. We offers an excellent array of extended warranty programs that cover an extensive range of parts and service repairs in the event of unexpected component failure.


True Blue Warranty: This warranty covers our QGS and QGD packages, offering superb coverage. A couple of different options are available. The 5-Year QGS Extended Warranty offers one year of basic compressor coverage, five years for airends, five years for coolers, five years for air fluid receivers and five years for drive motors. Owners just need to register the unit upon startup, take a sample of the fluids, and use only Genuine Quincy parts for maintenance. An authorized start-up is required for this option.


To qualify for this warranty, you’ll need to buy a compressor, an extended warranty kit to double the package warranty to two years and pump warranty to three years. After doing this, you’ll benefit from coverage for basic regular maintenance for three years, and you will ensure proper maintenance by using the kit’s contents according to the compressor owner’s manual. Blue Shield Extended Warranty: This warranty will allow you to extend your current factory warranty by an extra three or five years with the use of genuine Quincy parts and fluids specially formulated for use in all compressor applications. This warranty option is available with the purchase of Quincy rotary screw compressors at least five years old with operating pressures rated at 150 PSIG and lower.


Consider other features in addition to tank size, pressure and airflow. Stainless steel finger valves will eliminate corrosion. Oil-monitoring devices prevent damage caused by low oil levels. One-piece connecting rods eliminate many internal adjustments. Keep in mind that fewer parts will reduce maintenance costs. Plan for the future. Evaluating your performance needs includes forecasting future demand. If planning to add technicians, a larger compressor may be needed to accommodate the workload. Remember that prices should be based on overall cost and the expected service life of the unit. Inexpensive units are more likely to be disposable and don’t offer much for long-term use.


Many industrial compressors use oil for lubrication, creating an oil and water mixture called condensate, which contains hydrocarbons and other harmful contaminants that require proper disposal in accordance with government guidelines. Oil water separators, used in condensate management systems, can help efficiently remove waste. An outside waste management company can help dispose of compressor condensate.


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