How is air compressor water produced?
The air compressor has a drainage system, so if the air compressor does not drain water, what will be the impact on the air compressor?
When do you usually drain the water? If you don’t drain the water, the water content in the compressed air will increase, which will affect the gas quality and affect the gas-using equipment at the rear permanent magnet variable frequency air compressor; the oil and gas separation effect will become worse, and the pressure difference of the oil and gas separator will increase. , but also cause the parts to rust.
Adjust according to the specific use environment and working conditions, regularly discharge the condensed water or install an automatic drainer on the permanent magnet variable frequency air compressor. It mainly depends on the humidity of the inhaled air and the outlet temperature of the air compressor.
How is water produced? When the compressed air passes through the gas storage tank, the high-speed airflow hits the wall of the gas storage tank to cause a confluence, the temperature in the gas storage tank drops rapidly, and a large amount of water vapor is liquefied to form condensed water. . If you catch wet weather or winter, more condensation will form.
When the permanent magnet variable frequency air compressor is working, the internal temperature of the head is very high, and the inhaled water in the natural air of the permanent magnet variable frequency air compressor will form water vapor during the operation of the air compressor. The air storage tank can not only provide a buffer and gas storage space for the compressed air, but also decompress and cool down.
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