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Valuable information about your compressed air station.

We provide you with useful calculation tools, which contain valuable information on how to optimise your compressed air station.

The development of condensate during compression

Calculation step 1: Quantity of water taken into the compressor





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Calculation step 2: Condensate arising downstream from the compressor


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Calculation step 3: Condensate arising downstream from refrigerant dryer


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Calculation step 4: Total condensate precipitation

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Remarks:

  1. After compression air is 100% saturated
  2. Pressure at installation location 1.01325 bar (atmospheric pressure)
  3. The maximum humidity of the temperature at the installation location fmax TU [g/m³] is taken from a stored table
  4. The maximum humidity of the temperature downstream from the compressor outlet fmax TA [g/m³] is taken from a stored table
  5. The maximum humidity of the temperature downstream from the refrigerant dryer fmax T3 [g/m³] is taken from a stored table

Did you know that in a single day shift (8h at full capacity):     

  • at a volumetric flow rate of 1000 m³/h,         
  • a final compression pressure of 10 bar (g) and         
  • an air humidity of 60% (at an ambient  temperature of 30°C) a total of approx. 140 litres of condensate arises?