Do you have a shaky air compressor? This could result in unnecessary downtime and added maintenance costs!
One of our Edmonton customers was having vibration issues with their Sullair TS32-300H Compressor. The cement base that was originally installed did not have continuous contact with the compressor frame. This was causing critical vibration that put the compressor at risk of malfunctioning!
The Chamco service team stepped up to the plate to replace the old cement mortar with epoxy grout. This is a much better solution for our customer and will ensure that their compressor continues to run efficiently and effectively.