A typical compressed air system has air losses through pipe works connections and leaking float type drains etc. By installing an AIR-SAVER the end user will limit air losses. At the end of the working day the AIR-SAVER will close off the air flow and save the generated compressed air in the air receiver.
The AIR-SAVER is typically installed on the air outlet of the air receiver. Alternatively, it is applied in larger factories to close off certain parts of the compressed air system, where during certain parts of the day no compressed air is required.
The AIR-SAVER has proven its worth and saved millions CFM of compressed air around the world. The AIR-SAVER helps end-users save valuable compressed air from escaping unnecessarily, reducing compressor running hours and thus extending its lifetime, saving energy and operating costs.
A simple – yet exciting programming module!
The control module offers programming simplicity and exciting display features, offering you visual information and company branding options.
|MIN./MAX. SYSTEM PRESSURE||0 – 230 psi|
|MIN./MAX. MEDIUM TEMPERATURE||34 – 210 °F|
|MIN./MAX. AMBIENT TEMPERATURE||34 – 120 °F|
|SUPPLY VOLTAGE OPTIONS||115 VAC or 230 VAC 50/60 Hz.|
|POWER CONSUMPTION||Approx. 7 W during cycle rotation|
|ENCLOSURE PROTECTION RATING||NEMA13 (IP54)|
|VALVE INLET/OUTLET CONNECTIONS||1″ NPT|
|VALVE OPENING/CLOSING DURATION||30 sec. (90°)|
|VALVE HOUSING MATERIAL||Brass valve, nickel plated|
|ILLUMINATED LCD DISPLAY||Indicating day, time, valve status, battery life|
|BATTERY TYPE||CR2032, 3 volt|
|PROGRAMMABLE OPTIONS||Week planner, max. 100 switching points, to be distributed over 1-7 days|
|REMOTE CONTROLLABLE||Yes (optional)|