What You Need To Know About Compressed Air Systems

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Compressed air is used in many operations and processes and as a source of energy for heating, ventilating, and air conditioning (HVAC) and process actuators and motors. It may also be supplied for low pressure systems and used for pneumatic control. Air can be compressed in several different ways and supplied at varying pressures and degrees of filtration depending on its use.

A typical compressed air system is capable of producing instrument quality air for pneumatic HVAC controls, tools, conveying systems, and general plant air. The system consists of a single motor driven single stage rotary screw compressor with inlet air filter, a safety relief valve, aftercooler, air/oil separator, air receiver with safety relief valve, prefilter, air dryer, afterfilter, oil/water traps, and oil/water separator.

Compressors are most often supplied skid mounted as a packaged unit.Theassembled package includes all major components, controls, and a sound attenuation enclosure. The unit only requires mounting to a foundation,hook up to system piping, connection to the oil water separator, and power connection.

There are various types of compressors: Rotary helical screw...

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