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All compressor rooms require ventilation. Minimum room ventilation can be calculated from the formula:
Qv = 1.06 N / T for Pack unit
Qv = (1.06 N + 1.3) / T for Full-Feature unit
Qv = required cooling air flow (m³/s); N = shaft input of compressor (kW);
T = temperature increase in compressor room. (usually 7 °C)
If the compressor is conducted, the required ventilation is the same as the fan capacity of the compressor. This is mentioned in the instruction manual.
Humidity is a component of atmospheric air which will be transformed into condensate and/or vapor state after the compression process. A dryer will remove this condensate and/or vapor so that dry compressed air is achieved. This will result in a longer life span of your equipment, lower maintenance costs due to less breakdowns, a continuous preservation of efficient production and a higher final product quality.