It’s important that your Airflo Compressor and battery are well looked after, so we supply you with full instructions on how to care for them in your user manual, which can also be downloaded from the website.
The battery used in the Airflo Compressor is a Valve Regulated Lead Acid Battery, which means it can be left on charge continuously without causing any damage to the battery or charger. The cost of charging the battery continuously isn’t high, equaling around the same as leaving on a light bulb.
To get the best performance from your Airflo battery, there are a few simple rules you can follow:
If you are getting a reduced amount of lifting cycles from your compressor (with a fully charged battery), it’s a sign that the battery may be coming to the end of its life. Luckily, the battery can easily be replaced.
If you are planning on taking your Airflo with you on a flight, the battery must be kept within the Airflo and should not be removed to travel. If you are unsure please check with your airline for further guidance.
To prevent the Airflo from inadvertent operation whilst in transit, ensure you take the following precautions:
Airflo Plus – Remove the battery pack and cover all of the battery terminals with insulation tape and refit the battery.
Airflo Mk3 – Ensure that the hand control is disconnected from the Airflo before you fly.
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