There are a lot of things to think about when buying a compressor. What size do I need? What type of compressor is best for my application? What operating pressure is best for my needs? Find out more here!
In a lot of applications, considering your compressed air purity of compressed is essential in achieving the required quality of the final product. Find out why and how to achieve the required compressed air quality.
The air surrounding us is a mixture of fry air and water vapor. The amount of water in the air depends on the temperature and volume of the gas. The higher the air temperature, the higher the air's ability to absorb more moisture. Find out about compressed air humidity here.
The atmospheric air that is sucked into the compressor contains dust articles, the amount varies depending on the compressor location. Substances also vary depending on the industry. Find out how the compressed air is filtered from these substances.
The amount of pressure and volume drop has a major impact on the operation cost of the entire compressed air system. Reducing these loses can bring financial savings. Find out about the pressure and volume drop here.
Corrosion in the pipeline is due to insufficient condensation drainage that occurs during compression. The resulting condensate, together with the compressed air, flow further into the compressed air line network and has a negative effect on the pipes. Find out more about how you can prevent corrosion here.
Besitzer eines ölgeschmierten Kompressors müssen einen Öl-Wasser-Abscheider verwenden, um zu verhindern, dass Öl ins Abwasser gelangt. Der OWS 4-900 von Alup erledigt diese Aufgabe effektiver und sauberer.
When choosing the type of compressor you need, your compressed air application is central. For the choice between an oil-free of oil-lubricated compressor it is important that the compressed air quality is optimal for your process.