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Sep 15, 2011By consulting the orifice chart in Table I—and knowing a compressed air system uses about 20 kW input per 100 cfm output—we can estimate that the annual cost of producing the equivalent of a ¼" leak, assuming 8760 operating hours per year, is $18,220 at an energy rate of 10 cents per kWh.

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    Aug 31, 2017Leaks in a compressed air system can waste thousands of dollars of electricity per year. In fact, in many plants, the leakage can account for up to 30% of the total operational cost of the compressor. Some of the most common areas where you might find a leak would be at connection joints like valves, unions, couplings,…

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  • Estimating the Total Cost of Compressed Air

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  • Are You Wasting Money Fixing Compressed Air Leaks

    Sep 15, 2011By consulting the orifice chart in Table I—and knowing a compressed air system uses about 20 kW input per 100 cfm output—we can estimate that the annual cost of producing the equivalent of a ¼” leak, assuming 8760 operating hours per year, is $18,220 at an energy rate of 10 cents per kWh.

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  • Plant Engineering | Compressed air leaks leads to lost money

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  • How to Establish an Acceptable Leak Rate

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  • Production Leak Testing: What, Why, and How

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    Depending on pressure requirements and energy costs, a single ¼-inch leak in a compressed air line can cost a facility from $2,500 to more than $8,000 per year. Locating and fixing these leaks throughout a facilitys compressed air system will result in significant savings.

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