System Specifications

Air Compressor Volume Output
Output Pressure
Output Maximum Temperature
Relative Humidity at Output Max Temperature %
Select a Dryer Type
- Or Enter a Dew Point Specification
Drain Type
Air Compressor Type
Receiver Location
Lubricant
Lubricant's ASTM D-1401 Demulsibility Test Results ml (Lubricant)
ml (Water)
ml (Emulsion)
Time (minutes)

Recommendations

System Condensate Load:
Notes:

Oil-Water Separator Selector

Accu-Sep | Accu-Zorb | Posi-Zorb

Our Recommendation:

Demand Drain Selector

Electronic: Accu Drain | Exactronic

Pneumatic: EZ Drain (EZ-12) | Robo-Drain | Dehydra

After-Cooler
Refrigerated Air Dryer:
Filter
New, Clean Receiver
Old Receiver, Rust or Scale Present
Drip Leg, 1/2" Pipe Connection:
Drip Leg, 3/4" Pipe Connection

Consult the factory regarding systems including intercoolers.

A dry side receiver system includes the following (fraction of total condensate load in parentheses):

Aftercooler (60%), dryer (30%), receiver (10%), filter (10%). (Receiver and filter are held at 10% despite causing a sum > 100%)

A wet side receiver includes:

Aftercooler (60%), receiver (30%), filter (10%). A dryer is usually not used with a wet side receiver.

Drip legs should not expect high condensate flow and are recommended to match the pipe size.

These values are representative and may differ from actual results.