All atmospheric air contains some water vapor which will begin to condense into liquid water when the air in a compressed air system cools to the saturation point, i.e., the point where it can hold no more water vapor. The temperature at which this happens is known as the dew point. This dew point is a key factor in determining how much drying is needed.
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The task of sizing reciprocating compressors goes back many decades. Today, most reciprocating compressor OEMs provide powerful sizing software to aid engineers and end users. Nevertheless, without proper care and attention to detail, these sizing tools may generate misleading and undesirable hardware suggestions.
An old management axiom is: “If you can’t measure it, you can’t manage it.” This is still as true today as it was when it was first uttered by wise men many years ago. But in the old days, where compressed air was concerned, there may have been some good excuses for ignoring compressed air flow measurement.