Nowadays, we are more concerned about clean energy and require the use of high-pressure compressed air. Therefore, many manufacturers are equipped with large air compressors and require the use of pneumatic booster pumps (including gas booster pumps, air booster pumps, liquid booster pumps, etc.). Therefore, we inevitably encounter problems when using pneumatic booster pumps, Let's talk about the reasons and solutions for water accumulation inside pneumatic booster pumps (gas booster pumps, air booster pumps, liquid booster pumps, etc.):
Because there is always water in the air, which means that the humidity of the air will become supersaturated after compression, and the concentration of water in the air will be decomposed into liquid water after compression to a certain extent. The moisture content in compressed air is related to the humidity of the air. If the environment inside the factory is too humid, the moisture content in the air will exceed the usage standards.
The automatic water filter of the pneumatic booster pump (including gas booster pump, air booster pump, gas-liquid booster pump, etc.) is blocked or the automatic water filter of the air storage tank is blocked.
The corresponding dryer components were not installed or could not function properly after installation (drying equipment malfunction, not detected and dealt with in a timely manner). The compressed gas from the pneumatic booster pump was not processed in a timely manner, resulting in the generation of a large amount of water after removal, which cannot meet normal usage requirements.
Insufficient job measures. In the production process where there are strict requirements for the gas quality of pneumatic booster pumps, precision filters and other facilities are usually used to perform a second action on the gas and further purify it until the production requirements are met.