The circulating water for air compressors should be analyzed in detail from three aspects: water quality, water temperature and water volume. The cooling water passes through the fully enclosed pipeline refrigeration equipment without water pollution and can be recycled. The effluent temperature is generally controlled at 38 ° C and 12 ° C. As long as the water is properly cooled, the recycling can also meet the water temperature required for equipment cooling. Part of the effluent due to factors such as employee bathing and evaporation of water vapor, resulting in a decrease in the total amount of cooling water, recycling can not guarantee sufficient and stable water. If the original air compressor water supply pump is kept, when the circulation system is insufficient in water, it is solved by replenishing the water once.
Analysis of the use of circulating water in air compressor
When the reservoir water temperature reaches 27 °C, the air compressor outlet temperature reaches an average of 45 °C or more, far exceeding the requirements of the equipment cooling temperature. The reservoir was not capped, causing a large amount of clinker dust. Since the clinker dust is hydraulic, and the cooling pipe diameter in the intercooler and the oil cooler is small, the operation of one air compressor intercooler and oil cooler is blocked for one month. Because the reservoir is high, the operator who supplements the water can not control the amount of water replenishment, and the water is not stopped until the overflow of the reservoir, causing water waste and environmental pollution. Main rectification measures. The pump manger pipeline is 3m high at the top of the reservoir, and the cool water tower is constructed by using this space to forcibly cool the circulating water and reduce the water temperature. Use a cotton tile to build a fully enclosed cabin, and close the cool water tower and the cool water pool to prevent the clinker dust from entering the reservoir. At the same time, connect the bottom return pipe of the reservoir to the manhole door at the side of the reservoir, and connect the pipe to the bottom of the reservoir. Regularly release water so that the sediment in the reservoir can be regularly discharged to keep the water clean.