The parameters determine whether the compressed air system is energy-saving
There is great potential for optimizing the efficiency of compressed air supply, which can often be realized with little investment. Since energy costs make up more than 80% of the total cost of ownership of a compressor, exploiting this potential step by step is also effective – Air compressor energy saving.
The user saves energy costs in a short time and at the same time reduces CO2 emissions.
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Compressed air verification is a very precise process that connects a data collection device to each compressor in the network without affecting the production process.
The results show the exact pressure and volume flow of the entire system and enable a simulated compressor selection. to ensure correctly sized compressors are installed. This enables system efficiency to be optimized, which reduces power consumption and ensures the reliability of the entire system.
Advanced onboard compressor control systems support continuous data logging, so even as the system profile changes, the compressors can be adjusted to ensure maximum efficiency is achieved at all times.
One：The generation and application of compressed air can not be realized by a single air compressor, but by the compressed air system.
A typical compressed air system consists of the following components: Air compressor, (may be) cooler, air tank, dryer (frozen type or adsorption type), filters (including the oil-water separator, in advance, in addition to the oil filter, filter deodorization, sterilization filter, etc.), regulated air tank, automatic drainage drainage device, and gas transmission pipeline, pipe valves, control instrument, pneumatic tools, pneumatic machinery, the use of the process flow of compressed air, etc.
According to the different needs of users, different compressed air system equipment is selected to form a complete compressed air system. Compressed air system evaluation should consider compressed air production, purification, storage and transportation, use of each link. Customers buy and use compressed air, not air compressors, not dryers or filters, but compressed air systems.
Two：the purpose of compressed air system
Customers buy and use compressed air systems for a clear purpose: to “make money”. Compressed air systems can be money-makers or money-losers. Therefore, when customers buy and use compressed air, the original intention is not to save money first. “Energy saving” is meaningless to the supply and demand parties without a consensus on compressed air “making money”.
Customers are not likely to make money until the first eight steps of compressed air system selection are completed. Therefore, in order to not lose money for customers, the first eight steps of compressed air system selection must be taken. At this time, in order to earn more money, compressed air system selection can enter the ninth step: energy saving.
Three：compressed air energy saving significance
The Times promote the upgrading of products, and good products lead the development of The Times. Compressed air promotes the development of modern industry, has become an indispensable fourth energy system.
Therefore, the quality and energy saving of compressed air, more and more attention by customers, is also the key to help customers select. A single choice of high-precision purification equipment or energy-saving air compressor can not fully meet customer needs. Customized compressed air system quality and energy saving is the premise of successful cooperation between supply and demand.
Four：Energy saving is the market trend
Eliminate backward production capacity and develop from “more” to “more refined”;Save energy and reduce consumption, improve efficiency and reduce cost.
Five：the necessity and feasibility analysis of energy saving
Compressed air is a big energy consumer, accounting for about 12 percent of the country’s electricity generation, making it an unavoidable concern for factories.