What you should consider when restarting your compressed air system - Tip 7
Oil-water separator can overflow
If the condensate remains in the oil-water separator for a longer period of time, slime and blockages will occur. When restarting, the solid oil layers impede the function to the point of overflowing and thus contamination of the entire compressed air system. Before starting, the oil-water separator should therefore be cleaned and, if necessary, the filter should be replaced.