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 Energy Efficient Compressed Air Production System


Compressed air is often referred to as the fourth utility. We all know the generation of compressed air consumes energy but at the same time the compressor and downstream components are often neglected, which means there are significant savings to be made. It is suggested that savings of around 33 % on average in a compressed air system are possible. It follows that cost effective compressed air production is energy efficient compressed air production, as energy is by far the biggest lifetime cost factor.Many of the different levers for cost reduction may be known, but just not applied, due to lack of knowledge about the financial savings possible. This paper shows and explains the different ways to efficient compressed air production (leakages, compressor selection, pressure losses) and gives simple calculation examples that are easy to follow and to be reproduced in your compressed air stations.

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