Caring for your Airflo Compressor and battery is easy to do and full instructions can be found in your user manual, which can also be downloaded from the website. [...]
Caring for your Airflo Compressor and battery is easy to do and full instructions can be found in your user manual, which can also be downloaded from the website. The type of battery used in the compressor is a Valve Regulated Lead Acid Battery and it can be left on charge continuously without damaging the battery or charger. The cost of charging a battery is a similar cost to switching on a light bulb.
To get the best performance from your Airflo battery, just follow a few simple rules:
Before using your Airflo Compressor for the first time, the battery must be charged overnight.
Fully recharge the battery after each use.
Do not charge in your bathroom or in a damp place.
The battery should always be fully charged before storage. If you store your Airflo for an extended period, be sure to charge the battery overnight every 3 months.
To check the battery status, there are lights on the side of the compressor. A steady green light indicates the battery is fully charged.
A battery which is fully charged but no longer provides the expected performance is most likely reaching the end of its useful life and should be replaced. When charging your battery it is not unusual for the charger to get warm.