System of supplies compressed air

  Energy Audit Projects
    • compressor plant;
    • cooling air;
    • removal of moisture and oil;
    • pipe network and fittings;
    • air;
    • cooling towers;
    • electric;
    • mode of production of compressed air;
    • accounting system of compressed air.

  Objectives energy auditors
    • determine the loss in the elements of the compressed air;
    • identify the planned amount of consumption of compressed air;
    • evaluate the effectiveness of consumption of compressed air;
    • identify potential saving of compressed air;
    • develop recommendations on energy saving measures.
  
  Recommendations for implementing energy-saving measures
    • eliminate leakage through hoses and dispensing valve;
    • providing thermal insulation of pipelines outdoor installation;
    • replace inefficient or outdated and not loaded equipment;
    • creation of a closed cooling system compressor units to provide savings of cold water;
    • pre-drying (or heating) of compressed air into the consumer;
    • clean or replace the filter elements of the suction pipe;
    • the nominal working pressure compressor unit;
    • to minimize the difference between the formulation and consumption of compressed air object that consumes energy resources;
    • implementation of resonant boost piston air compressors;
    • heating the compressed air before pnevmopryymachamy;
    • monitoring for leaks of compressed air in some areas;
    • removal of non-tightness of oil seals, pipelines, connecting and valves;
    • disconnection of individual plots or entire network of compressed air at the workshop;
    • replace other energy compressed air (where appropriate);
    • use of economic compressors;
    • use of local (mobile) compressors for remote users;
    • use of Air technology in the cyclical consumption of compressed air;
    • compliance with technical regulations;
    • use regulation regime production of compressed air;
    • creation of regulatory performance and fluctuations costs of compressed air;
    • to automate opening suction valves;
    • introduction of automated control and accounting of compressed air;
    • efficient use of compressed air;
    • use of variable frequency drives.