Our Top 5 Compressed Air Blog Entries for 2019

By: Kaeser Compressors, Inc.

If you are looking for some quick tips to improve your compressed air system, consider starting with our most read blog posts from 2019.

#5 This is Why You Don’t Use PVC: Using PVC in a compressed air system poses significant safety risks. This post covers what you need to know if you are considering using it.

#4 Applying Motor Temperature Ratings: A perennial favorite, this blog post offers useful information to help you apply motor temperatures ratings. Motor temperature ratings are given by the type of insulation used on the wire as well as the utilization rate. These two parameters determine the expected lifetime of the motor windings.

#3 Some Like It Hot…Your Compressor Room Doesn’t: If you are having problems with compressor room overheating, read this post for tips on better temperature regulation.

#2 Choosing Between an Air-cooled or Water-cooled Compressor: This post outlines four questions to answer when deciding between an air-cooled and water-cooled compressor.

#1 The Art of Dryer Sizing: This post has been at the top of the list since it was published in 2015 and is the most viewed post again in 2019. Read this post to understand how temperature and pressure impact water content and to learn how to make sure dryers are properly sized.

Bonus:

Our most popular post published in 2019 was this summer’s How to Keep that Trusty Recip Going! If you have a reciprocating compressor because it’s a good fit for your shop, here are some tips to avoid some common issues as well as some maintenance tips to keep your recip unit going.

Do you have a topic you’d like us to cover in 2020? Let us know in the comments.

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