DRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free Compressor and Air Tool Kit User Manual

October 29, 2023
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DRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free Compressor and Air Tool Kit

DRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free Compressor and Air Tool Kit
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These instructions accompanying the product are the original instructions. This document is part of the product, keep it for the life of the product passing it on to any subsequent holder of the product. Read all these instructions before assembling, operating or maintaining this product. This manual has been compiled by Draper Tools describing the purpose for which the product has been designed, and contains all the necessary information to ensure its correct and safe use. By following all the general safety instructions contained in this manual, it will ensure both product and operator safety, together with longer life of the product itself.
All photographs and drawings in this manual are supplied by Draper Tools to help illustrate the operation of the product.
Whilst every effort has been made to ensure the accuracy of information contained in this manual, the Draper Tools policy of continuous improvement determines the right to make modifications without prior warning.

INTRODUCTION:
USER MANUAL FOR: 230V 24L Oil-Free Compressor and air tool kit
Stock No’s: 90126
Part No’s: DA25/19/K

REVISIONS:
Date first published January 2019.
First revision July 2021.
Second revision May 2022.
As our user manuals are continually updated, users should make sure that they use the very latest version.
Downloads are available from: http://drapertools.com/manuals
Draper Tools Limited
Hursley Road
Chandler’s Ford
Eastleigh
Hampshire
SO53 1YF
UK
Draper Tools Limited
Oude Graaf 8
6002 NL
WEERT
Netherlands
Website: drapertools.com
Product Helpline: +44 (0) 23 8049 4344
General Fax: +44 (0) 23 8026 0784

UNDERSTANDING THIS MANUALS SAFETY CONTENT:
WARNING: Information that draws attention to the risk of injury or death. CAUTION! – Information that draws attention to the risk of damage to the product or surroundings.

COPYRIGHT© NOTICE:
Copyright© Draper Tools Limited.
Permission is granted to reproduce this publication for personal and educational use only. Commercial copying, redistribution, hiring or lending is prohibited. No part of this publication may be stored in a retrieval system or transmitted in any other form or means without written permission from Draper Tools Limited. In all cases this copyright notice must remain intact.

GUARANTEE

Draper tools have been carefully tested and inspected before shipment and are guaranteed to be free from defective materials and workmanship. Should the tool develop a fault, please return the complete tool to your nearest distributor or contact:

Draper Tools Limited, Chandler’s Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire, SO531YF. England.
Telephone Sales Desk: (023) 8049 4333 or:
Product Helpline (023) 8049 4344.
A proof of purchase must be provided.
If upon inspection it is found that the fault occurring is due to defective materials or workmanship, repairs will be carried out free of charge. This guarantee period covering parts/labour is 6 months from the date of purchase except where tools are hired out when the guarantee period is 90 days from the date of purchase. The guarantee is extended to 24 months for parts only. This guarantee does not apply to normal wear and tear, nor does it cover any damage caused by misuse, careless or unsafe handling, alterations, accidents, or repairs attempted or made by any personnel other than the authorised Draper warranty repair agent.
Note: If the tool is found not to be within the terms of warranty, repairs and carriage charges will be quoted and made accordingly.
This guarantee applies in lieu of any other guarantee expressed or implied and variations of its terms are not authorised. Your Draper guarantee is not effective unless you can produce upon request a dated receipt or invoice to verify your proof of purchase within the guarantee period.
Please note that this guarantee is an additional benefit and does not affect your statutory rights.
Draper Tools Limited.

INTRODUCTION

SCOPE
The compressor described in this manual is capable of supplying compressed air to a maximum pressure of 8 bar to operate pneumatic tools for a variety of applications including blowing, spraying and tyre inflating.

SPECIFICATION

SPECIFICATION (230V OIL-FREE COMPRESSOR)

  • Stock No…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 90126

  • Part No…………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. DA25/19/K

  • Rated voltage………………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 230V~

  • Rated frequency………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 50Hz

  • Rated input………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 1100W (1.5HP)

  • Revolutions per minute (no load) ………………………………………………………………………………………….. 2,850min·1

  • Maximum working pressure………………………………………………………………………………………… 116psi (8bar)

  • Air displacement……………………………………………………………………………………………… 6.71cfm (190Umin)

  • Free air delivery………………………………………………………………………………………………. 3.53cfm (100Umin)

  • Receiver capacity………………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 24 Litres

  • Sound power level**……………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 96dB(A)

  • Sound pressure level*…………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 92dB(A)

  • Dimensions (LxWxH)…………………………………………………………………………………………… 570x250x570mm

  • Weight……………………………………………………………………………………………   21kg

  • Continuous A-Weighted Sound Pressure Level at the workstation in accordance to and declared according to EN60745.

  • The typical A-weighted noise level determined according to EN60745.

  • All fittings are 114″ BSP Air inlet.

SPECIFICATION (SPRAY GUN)

  • Operating air pressure……………………………………………………………………………………………………………. psi
  • Max. operating pressure…………………………………………………………………………………………………………. psi
  • Cup capacity……………………………………………………………………………………………………………. ..500-600ml

SPECIFICATION (PARAFFIN/WASHING GUN)

  • Operating air pressure……………………………………………………………………………………………………………. psi
  • Max. operating pressure…………………………………………………………………………………………………………. psi
  • Cup capacity……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………. 900ml

SPECIFICATION (INFLATOR)

  • Operating air pressure……………………………………………………………………………………………………. .. 0-70psi
  • Max. operating pressure…………………………………………………………………………………………………………. psi

SPECIFICATION (BLOW GUN)

  • Working operating pressure…………………………………………………………………………………………… .. 28-86psi

ACCESSORIES

  • Recoil air hose……………………………………………………………………………………………………………………… 5M
  • Threaded connectors…………………………………………………………………………………………………….. 1/4″ BSP
  • Max. operating pressure…………………………………………………………………………………………………………. psi

HANDLING & STORAGE
These compressors are designed to be moved to different locations. Ensure they are always operated on a level surface. When in transit care should be taken not to cause damage particularly to gauges and air lines.

HEALTH AND SAFETY INFORMATION

When using any type of power tool there are steps that should be taken to make sure that you, as the user, remain safe. Common sense and a respect for the tool will help reduce the risk of injury.

GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR POWER TOOL USE
Warning!

  • Read all safety warnings and all instructions. Failure to follow the warnings and instructions may result in electric shock, fire and/or serious injury.
    Most important: You must know how to safely start and stop this machine, especially in an emergency.

  • Keep the work area tidy and clean. Attempting to clear clutter from around the machine during use will reduce your concentration. Mess on the floor creates a trip hazard. Any liquid spilt on the floor could result in you slipping.

  • Find a suitable location. If the machine is bench mounted; the location should provide good natural light or artificial lighting as a replacement. Avoid damp and dust locations as it will have a negative effect on the machine’s performance. If the machine is portable; do not expose the tool to rain. In all cases do not operate power tools near any flammable materials.

  • Beware of electric shock. Avoid contact with earthed surfaces; because they can conduct electricity if there is an electrical fault with the power tool. Always protect the power cable and route it away from danger.

  • Keep bystanders away. Children, onlookers and passers by must be restricted from entering the work area for their own protection. The barrier must extend a suitable distance from the tool user.

  • Unplug and house all power tools that are not in use. A power tool should never be left unattended while connected to the power supply. They must be housed in a suitable location, away locked up and from children.

  • Do not overload or misuse the tool. All tools are designed for a purpose and are limited to what they are capable of doing. Do not attempt to use a power tool (or adapt it in any way) for an application it is not designed for. Select a tool appropriate for the size of the job. Overloading a tool will result in tool failure and user injury: This covers the use of accessories.

  • Dress properly. Loose clothing, long hair and jewellery are all dangerous because they can become entangled in moving machinery: This can also result in parts of body being pulled into the machine. Clothing should be close fitted, with any long hair tired back and jewellery and neck ties removed. Footwear must be fully enclosed and have a non-slip sole.

  • Wear personal protective equipment (PPE). Dust, noise, vibration and swart can all be dangerous if not suitably protected against. If the work involving the power tool creates dust or fumes; wear a dust mask. Vibration to the hand, caused by operating some tools for longer periods must be protected against. Wear vibration reducing gloves and allow long breaks between uses. Protect against dust and swart by wearing approved safety goggles or a face shield. These are some of the more common hazards and preventions; however, always find out what hazards are associated with the machine/work process and wear the most suitable protective equipment available.

  • Do not breathe contaminated air. If the work creates dust or fumes; connect the machine (if possible) to an extraction system either locally or remotely. Working outdoors can also help if possible.

  • Move the machine as instructed. If the machine is hand held, do not carry it by the power supply cable. If the product is heavy; employ a second or third person to help move it safely or use a mechanical device. Always refer to the instructions for the correct method.

  • Do not overreach. Extending your body too far can result in a loss of balance and you falling. This could be from a height or onto a machine and will result in injury.

  • Maintain your tools correctly. A well maintained tool will do the job safely. Replace any damaged or missing parts immediately with original parts from the manufacturer. As applicable; keep blades sharp; moving parts clean, oiled or greased; handles clean; and emergency devices working.

  • Wait for the machine to stop. Unless the machine is fitted with a safety brake; some parts may continue to move due to momentum. Wait for all parts to stop; then unplug it from the power supply before making any adjustments, carrying out maintenance operations or just finishing using the tool.

  • Remove and check setting tools. Some machinery requires the use of additional tools or keys to set, load or adjust the power tool. Before starting the power tool always check to make certain they have been removed and are safely away from the machine.

  • Prevent unintentional starting. Before plugging any machine in to the power supply, make sure the switch is in the OFF position. If the machine is portable; do not hold the machine near the switch and take care when putting the machine down; that nothing can operate the switch.

  • Carefully select an extension lead. Some machines are not suitable for use with extension leads. If the tool is designed for use outdoors; use an extension lead also suitable for that environment. When using an extended lead, select one capable of handling the current (amps) drawn by the machine in use. Fully extend the lead regardless of the distance between the power supply and the tool. Excess current (amps) and a coiled extension lead will both cause the cable to heat up and can result in fire.

  • Concentrate and stay alert. Distractions are likely to cause an accident. Never operate a power tool if you are under the influence of drugs (prescription or otherwise), including alcohol or if you are feeling tired. Being disorientated will result in an accident.

  • Have this tool repaired by a qualified person. This tool is designed to confirm to the relevant international and local standards and as such should be maintained and repaired by someone qualified; using only original parts supplied by the manufacturer: This will ensure the tool remains safe to use.

GENERAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR AIR TOOL USE

  • Always keep your air tool clean and lubricated. Daily lubrication is essential to avoid internal corrosion and possible failure.
  • Always wear safety goggles or glasses.
  • Always ensure product is switched off before connecting to air supply.
  • Do not wear watches, rings, bracelets or loose clothing when using air tools.
  • Do not increase the air pressure above the manufacturer’s recommended level, as excessive overload can cause the machine casing to split. Also this creates excessive wear on moving parts and possible failure.
  • Do not use as an air blow gun.
  • Do not aim compressed air at people or animals

WARNING:
Do not aim compressed air onto body or skin.

ADDITIONAL SAFETY INSTRUCTIONS FOR PRESSURE VESSELS

  •  This pressure tank is mainly intended for static use. It can only be charged with natural air within temperature and pressure limits as specified on the manufacturer’s plate and declaration of conformity.
  • Ensure that tank safety and control devices are efficient and flawless. When replaced, the tank should not be under pressure.
  • Drain the condensation off the tank every day.
  •  Check for signs of inner corrosion at regular intervals. Tank walls should have a minimum thickness of 1.0 – 2.0mm.
  •  Any kind of welding to the tank is forbidden.
  • The user shall comply with laws on pressure vessel operation in force in the country in which the tank is operated.
  • The construction is mainly effected for permanent load by internal pressure. Cyclic loads are not considered, only for a range of 10% PS.

CONNECTION TO THE POWER SUPPLY
Make sure the power supply information on the machine’s rating plate are compatible with the Power supply you intent to connect it to. This compressor comes supplied with a UK standard 3 pin plug. It is designed for connection to a Domestic power supply rated at 230V AC. It is Class I (earthed); is designed for connection to a power supply matching that detailed on the rating label and compatible with the plug fitted. If an extension lead is required, use an approved and compatible lead rated for this appliance. Follow all the instructions supplied with the extension lead. If using an extension lead, follow the instructions that came with your lead regarding maximum load while cable is wound, if in doubt ensure that the entire cable is unwound. Using a coiled extension lead will generate heat which could melt the lead and cause a fire. This product requires an earth connection.

TECHNICAL DESCRIPTION

IDENTIFICATIONDRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free Compressor and Air Tool Kit
01

  1.  Motor
  2.  Transport handle
  3. Pressure switch
  4. Pressure regulator
  5. Air outlet quick connector
  6. Safety valve
  7.  Tank pressure gauge
  8. Drain cock
  9. 24 Litre tank
  10. Rubber foot

UNPACKING AND CHECKING

PACKAGING
Carefully remove the machine from the packaging and examine it for any sign of damage that may have happened during shipping. Lay the contents out and check them against the parts shown below. If any part is damaged or missing; please contact the Draper Helpline (the telephone number appears on the Title page) and do not attempt to use the machine. The packaging material should be retained at least during the guarantee period: in case the machine needs to be returned for repair.
Warning: Some of the packaging materials used may be harmful to children. Do not leave any of these materials in the reach of children.
If any of the packaging is to be thrown away, make sure they are disposed of correctly; according to local regulations.

WHAT’S IN THE BOX?
The packaging contains several parts and semi-assembled elements that require final assembly. Lay out the contents and check off the items against those featured below.DRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free Compressor and Air Tool Kit
02

  1. Gravity fed spray gun.
  2. Paraffin/washing gun.
  3. Inflator with air gauge and clip-on hose.
  4. Blow gun.
  5. 5M coiled air hose.
  6. Threaded euro connector.
  7. Wheel fixings x2.
  8. Wheel x2.
  9. Anti-vibration rubber foot.
  10. Rubber foot fittings.

PREPARING THE COMPRESSOR

NOTE: Remove the plug from the socket before carrying out adjustment, servicing or maintenance.

LOCATION AND ASSEMBLY

DRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free Compressor and Air Tool Kit
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DRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free Compressor and Air Tool Kit
04 It is extremely important to install the compressor in a clean, well ventilated area where the surrounding air temperature will not be more than 402C. A minimum clearance of 500mm between the compressor and a wall is required.

Fitting the wheels :DRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free Compressor and Air Tool
Kit 03 Pass the bolt 17.1 through the wheel 18 and then place on the first washer (17.2), then the spacer (17.3). Fit the wheel through the wheel bracket on the underside of the compressor’s frame then fit the second washer before finally securing with the nut (17.4).

Fitting the rubber anti-vibration foot :DRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free
Compressor and Air Tool Kit 04 Pass the bolt 20.1through the rubber foot 19 and place on the first washer 20.2 Pass the bolt through the foot bracket on the bottom of the tank then fit the second washer 20.3  before finally securing with the nut 20.4 When the installation procedure is complete, the compressor is ready for use. Make sure the pressure switch button CID is positioned “OFF”. Switch the pressure switch button to the “ON” position to start the compressor.

INITIAL STARTUP

DRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free Compressor and Air Tool Kit
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  • Insert a euro connector into the air outlet connector (see 9.1) 5 and open the regulator fully.
  • Turn the compressor on by pulling the pressure switch On/Off 3 button up.
  • Run the compressor for 30 minutes allowing the pressure to escape.
  • Turn the regulator dial 4 fully counter-clockwise allowing pressure to build up. Once the maximum pressure is reached, the pressure switch will automatically turn the machine off.
  • Turn the compressor off, by pressing the pressure switch On/Off button down and open the regulator valve allowing the air to escape.

OPERATION

BASIC COMPRESSOR OPERATION

DRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free Compressor and Air Tool Kit
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DRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free Compressor and Air Tool Kit
07

  • Connect the air line to the compressor by pulling back the collar 5.1 on the air outlet quick coupling 5 and inserting the corresponding air coupling fitted on the air line. Release the collar so it slides back in place to secure the air coupling.
  • Turn the air regulator 4 clockwise to its lowest setting and turn on the compressor by lifting the pressure switch On/Off button 3 upwards.
  • Once the compressor has reached maximum pressure, open the regulator valve 4 to the desired pressure on the air outlet regulator gauge 8·

MOISTURE IN COMPRESSED AIR
Moisture in compressed air will form into droplets as it comes from an air compressor pump. When humidity is high or when a compressor is in continuous use for an extended period of time, this moisture will collect in the tank. When using a paint spray gun or sandblast gun, this water will be carried from the tank through the hose, and out of the gun as droplets mixed with the spray material.
IMPORTANT: This condensation will cause water spots in a paint job, especially when spraying other than water based paints. If sandblasting, it will cause the sand to case and clog the gun rendering it ineffective. A filter in the air line, located as near to the gun as possible, will help eliminate this moisture.

SAFETY VALVE

DRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free Compressor and Air Tool Kit
08 WARNING: DO NOT REMOVE OR ATTEMPT TO ADJUST THE SAFETY VALVE!
This valve 6 should be checked under pressure occasionally by pulling the ring 6.1 by hand. If air leaks after the ring has been released, or valve is stuck, it MUST be replaced.

THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTOR
CAUTION: THIS COMPRESSOR IS EQUIPPED WITH AN AUTOMATIC RESET THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTOR, WHICH WILL SHUT OFF THE MOTOR IF IT BECOMES OVERHEATED.
If thermal overload protector shuts motor OFF frequently, look for the following causes.

  • Low voltage.
  •  Clogged air filter.
  •  Lack of proper ventilation.

CAUTION: IF THE THERMAL OVERLOAD PROTECTOR IS ACTUATED, THE MOTOR MUST BE ALLOWED TO COOL DOWN BEFORE START-UP IS POSSIBLE. THE MOTOR WILL AUTOMATICALLY RESTART WITHOUT WARNING IF LEFT PLUGGED INTO ELECTRICAL OUTLET AND UNIT IS TURNED ON.
STORAGE

  •  When not in use, store hose and compressor in a cool dry place.
  •  Drain tank of moisture.
  •  Disconnect hose and hang open ends down to allow any moisture to drain.

TROUBLESHOOTING

FAULT POSSIBLE CAUSE REMEDY

Motor will not run.
Motor running too slow or getting too hot.|

  1.  No electrical power
  2. **** Power wiring too thin or too long.
  3. Fault in pressure switch.
  4. Fault in motor.
  5. Sticking of main compressor.

|

  1. Check the power supply.
  2. Replace the wire.
  3. ****  Repair or replace.
  4. **** Repair or replace.
  5.   Check and repair.

Sticking of main compressor.|

  1. Moving parts damaged due to insufficient oil lubrication.
  2. Moving parts damaged, or stuck by foreign body.

|

  1. Check crankshaft, bearing connecting rod, piston, piston ring, etc., and replace if necessary.

Excessive compressor motor shaking or abnormal noise.|

  1. Connecting part loosened.
  2. Foreign body in main compressor.
  3. Piston knocking valve seat.
  4. Moving parts seriously worn.

|

  1. Check and retighten.
  2. Check for object, remove and clean.
  3.  Replace with thick paper gasket.
  4. ****  Repair or replace.

Pressure insufficient or discharge capacity decreased.|

  1.  Motor running too slow.
  2. Air filter choked up.
  3. Leakage of safety valve.
  4. Leakage of discharge pipe.
  5. Sealing gasket damaged.
  6.  Valve plate damaged, carbon buildup or stuck.
  7. Piston ring and cylinder worn or damaged.

|

  1.   Check and remedy.
  2. Clean or replace the cartridge.
  3. Check and adjust.
  4. Check and repair.
  5. Check and replace.
  6.  Replace and clean.
  7. **** Repair or replace.

 MAINTENANCE

 BASIC MAINTENANCE AND CHECKS

NOTE: Remove the plug from the socket before carrying out adjustment, servicing or maintenance.
In order to maintain the compressor, periodical service checks must be carried out routinely. Allowances should be made to adjust the time scale for machines in occasional service with the exception of the safety valve which must be inspected by a qualified service agent every 12 months regardless of use.
NOTE: Where necessary, ear defenders and safety goggles must be worn.
Daily checks:

  • Before every use check the airline/regulator/separator.
  • After every use adjust the line pressure back to zero.

Monthly checks:

  • Remove the 4 x bolts securing the cowling and remove the cowling from the pump.
  • Unscrew the air filter (ID.

The cleaning/replacement of the air filter must be carried out more frequently if the compressor is operating in a dusty environment. The motor must be correctly ventilated during operation. For this reason avoid blocking the air inlets. After use disconnect the compressor from the power supply and vacuum the ventilation slots. If replacement of the supply cord becomes necessary, this will need to be completed by the manufacturer or an appointed agent in order to avoid potential safety hazards.
WARNING: NEVER ATTEMPT TO RUN THE COMPRESSOR WITHOUT THE FILTER ELEMENT FITTED AS DUST OR FOREIGN BODIES CAN ENTER THE PUMP UNIT RESULTING IN SERIOUS DAMAGE.

GENERAL MAINTENANCE AND SERVICE INTERVALS

After every 50 working hours:

  • Ensure all fixings have remained tight, particularly on the head and crankcase.

After every 60 working week:

  • Open drain cock ® under the tank to exhaust condensate.

After every 120 working week:

  • Clean crankcase and renew the oil, clean air filter and check safety valve and pressure gauge after

DISPOSAL

  •  At the end of the machine’s working life, or when it can no longer be repaired, ensure that it is disposed of according to national regulations.
  •  Contact your local authority for details of collection schemes in your area.

In all circumstances:

  • Do not dispose of power tools with domestic waste.
  •  Do not incinerate.
  • Do not dispose of WEEE* as unsorted municipal waste.
  • Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment.

EXPLANATION OF SYMBOLS.

  • Warning!
    Wear goggles.

  • Warning!
    Wear ear defenders.

  • Warning!
    Read instruction manuals before operating and servicing this equipment.

  • WEEE
    Do not dispose of Waste Electrical & Electronic Equipment in with domestic rubbish

  • For indoor use.
    Do not expose to rain.

  • Conforms to all relevant safety standards.

  • DRAPER 90126 230V Oil Free Compressor and Air Tool Kit 19UK Conformity Assessed.

GLOSSARY
Alphabetical list of words relating to this manual
Check valve: A one-way valve that allows air to enter the tank but prevents air in the tank from flowing back into the compressor pump.
Regulator: The regulator controls the amount of air pressure released at the hose outlet.
Safety valve:   The valve automatically releases air if the tank pressure exceeds maximum pressure.

CONTACTS

UK: Hursley Road, Chandler’s Ford, Eastleigh, Hampshire. SO53 1YF. U.K.
EU: Oude Graaf 8 6002 NL Weert (NL).
Helpline: (023) 8049 4344
Sales Desk: (023) 8049 4333
Internet: drapertools.com
E-mail: sales@drapertools.com
General Enquiries: (023) 8026 6355

Service/Warranty Repair Agent:
For aftersales servicing or warranty repairs, please contact the Draper Tools Helpline for details of an agent in your local area.
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