A typical compressed air system will lose compressed air through pipe connections, non-demand drains etc.
A typical compressed air system will lose compressed air through pipe connections, non-demand drains etc. At the end of the final work shift, the Air-Saver will shut the air tank off from the rest of the system. The content of compressed air within the air tank will be saved rather than lost through pipe leakages. The Air-Saver is installed on the air outlet of the air tank. The Air-Saver will automatically open just prior to the start of the work shift, and closes just after the working shift is over.
• Slow valve opening to avoid water hammer in pipe line system
• Time programmed or remote controlled
• Built-in quartz controlled timer
• Integral lithium battery protects program for five (5) years
• Current time display
• Each individual day can be programmed according to specific working day shift requirements
• Reset Function
• External push button controls (disassembly not necessary)
• Easy to program
• FPM seals
• Orifice 2 inch Manual valve opening and closing possible, in case of a power failure
• Fully automatic- maintenance free
• Easy to obtain air in case of overtime work
• Integral Lithium battery protecting the program
• Micro-Processor controlled (multi cycle 7 day program)
• Large LCD display showing program cycle and current time
• Compact design -Easy to install
• User friendly control panel – Simple to program
• Remote switching kit available
• No unnecessarily start up of compressors during periods when compressed air is not required.
• At least one air receiver’s worth of compressed air savings per day.
• Possibility to shut of parts of the pipe line system where compressed air is not needed cont
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