Why should compresed air loss be concerned?

Tuesday - 01/01/2019 22:56
Surveying many factories, somethings which  many operators ignore is compressed air loss. So, Why should compresed air loss be concerned?, How many losses in compressed air system? Some common causes? 

1.Why should compresed air loss be concerned?
When using compressed air system for a long time without regular maintenance, it may make: - Reduce air flow, the system can not fully meet the demand for exploitation and use.
- Large pipe losses cause high working frequency of air compressor, less break time leads to lower life of the machine, increase repair cost and affect production.
-Make high energy consumption costs (increase costs for user units).
The energy consumption cost of the compressed air system averages 10% of the total energy consumption of the whole factory.

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  Chart of total cost analysis for a compressed air system in a 10-year operation cycle It can be seen that energy costs for operating systems account for a significant portion of 73% of the total cost. On the other hand, According to the Sankey chart:       
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 The charts have shown that energy costs and losses are huge. Therefore, to increase the life of the machine, reduce repair costs, energy costs and stabilize production, we need to pay attention to loss of compressed air. 
2. What are the types of losses in air compressor systems?
- According to Sankey chart: There are 7 types of losses in compressed air system:
+ Transmission and distribution losses
+ Electric motor loss,
+ Transmission and distribution losses.
+ Loss of air compressor.
+ Loss of gas tank.
+ Pipe and valve losses.
+ Used pipe losses
3.Common causes for reduced air flow:
+ Air leakage on pipes
+ Using too much air compared to the original design
+ Decreasing air compressor productivity

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Why should compresed air loss be concerned?

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