The containers for 30 weight non-detergent compressor oil mention the
term - "all season". Does that mean that I can operate my compressor
in an unheated shed in the winter, when ambient temp is in the teens
I doubt it. You may need to have some type of dipstick heater if
it blows the breaker when you try to start. I have one that
needs a little TLC from a propane torch to get started. Once
running everything seems to be fine.
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
If I had a stationary compressor in an unheated outbuilding,
I would be tempted to install an unloader which would allow
the compressor to start with no load.
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