Kaishan USA | August 06, 2020 | Uncategorized
Air compressors never get a break—not even in the hot summer months. In fact, while many of us take some time during the summer to rest, recharge, and vacation, air compressors are working harder than ever, thanks to increased heat and humidity.
The additional workload and strain that these conditions place on air compressors can have significant effects on performance, efficiency, maintenance, and even the overall durability of the equipment.
Throughout this piece, we will look at how increased heat and humidity impacts air compressors, how to address these issues, and what you can do to achieve optimal operation throughout the summer.
Summer conditions impact air compressor equipment in numerous ways:
The overall effect of each of these issues is that your compressor and the surrounding system will need to work harder to produce the air that you require. This could result in several negative effects:
In addition, more frequent standard maintenance is likely to be required as a result of summer conditions. While this may be seen as an adverse effect, it is necessary and will pay dividends in the form of efficiency and reducing more serious maintenance incidents.
Whether through windows, doors, fans, ducts, or other methods, try to be as proactive and innovative as possible in increasing ventilation around your air compressor and system.
These additional steps are a key way to reduce maintenance and energy costs throughout the difficult summer months.
In addition to the above recommendations, there are several other steps that you should take to help ensure the effective operation of your air compressor equipment through the summer.
Kaishan is a global leader in air compressor manufacturing, with a focus on high-quality, high-efficiency, maximum-reliability air compressors for a variety of industries. Our specialty is serving industries where heavy-duty operation is the norm. We work to maximize efficiency and performance in our compressors in order to meet the demands of these applications in a cost-effective manner.
Therefore, our air compressors are ideally suited for summer operation. However, the above-mentioned maintenance and monitoring tips remain important for every compressor—including our industry-leading models.
To learn more, browse our line of compressors or contact us to discuss your needs.
Air compressors never get a break—not even in the hot summer months. In fact,
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