Plant Engineering | Best Practices for Compressor Storage

Energy profile of a lubricated compressor with Load/Unload controls (produced as a result of an air audit)

Cummins-Wagner’s Manager of Compressed Air Products and Systems, Rob Neely, was published in Plant Engineering Magazine on Best Practices for Compressor Storage.

“Understanding best practices for compressor storage for a lubricated trim compressor with load/unload controls is critical for optimized performance.”

The image above is an Energy profile of a lubricated compressor with Load/Unload controls (produced as a result of an air audit).

Posted on June 7, 2018. Categorized as .

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