What is the function of installing an air storage tank on an oil-free air compressor?
The functions of the oil-free air compressor assembled air storage tank are as follows:
- Let the compressed air cache, make the air path more stable, reduce the repeated opening of the oil-free air compressor, and at the same time let the compressed air deposit in the air storage tank to help remove water and dirt. It is mainly used with supporting facilities such as oil-free air compressors, refrigerated dryers, and filtering devices, and plays a vital role in the compressed air of oil-free air compressors. The air storage tank at the outlet of the oil-free air compressor has the functions of stable exhaust pressure and buffer, because the air supply at the end of the compressed air system software is generally unlikely to be stable at all times, so the air storage tank should be used to balance the system pressure stabilization and reduce multiple loading and unloading of the air compressor.
- Prevent the compressed air pipeline from returning to the liquid state due to various reasons during the shutdown period of the oil-free air compressor, and pour it into the air compressor to destroy it.
- Re-refrigerate the dried compressed air to reduce the moisture content in the compressed air. At the same time, let the compressed air deposit in the air storage tank to help remove water and dirt.
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