A little more information about the air receivers we offer
1.Energy Considerations: Using an air receiver helps reduce the energy consumption of the compressor.
2.Safety considerations: If necessary, the air receiver will provide an air supply to allow safe shutdown of production processes and systems in an emergency.
3.Meet short-term peak air demands: If the demand for compressed air changes dramatically throughout the day, it is important to meet the peaks in demand to ensure that the system pressure does not drop below an acceptable level. The air receiver provides circulating air storage to meet short-term peak air demands that the compressor cannot meet.
4.Minimize Fluctuations / Pressure Drops: The air receiver can be used to minimize pressure fluctuations that could affect the production process and the quality of your final product. Choosing the right air tank for your compressor requires you to consider two values: the output pressure of your compressor and what your application needs at the time of use. Note that the compressed air stored in your air receiver is only useful as long as its pressure is sufficient for the process , who uses it. Therefore, it is important to consider the duration (in minutes) that the air receiver can supply air at the required pressure for your end user / equipment.