Questions & AnswersCategory: Air Compresser Troubleshootingif-oil-cooler-is-not-working-properly-what-increase-in-elect-useage-per-deg-increase-in-oil-temp
Bryan Hayward asked 1 month ago

Cas, I sent you this question via “contact me”. Didn’t realize this Q & A was available.
Cas, I am a Chem Eng working as an energy consultant for a company that filters cooling water for oil for industrial air compressors. I am working with a customer who has 3 X 100 hp air compressors that have had problems with deposition and corrosion on the water side of the oil coolers. I know that I read at some point that each deg F increase in oil temp costs a % increase in electrical use. Do you know how I can get this info? I would be happy to share information that I get from studying our clients air compressor efficiency.

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