The Compressed Air Toolkit contains calculators commonly used by Compressed Air System Auditors during their analysis of compressed air systems. The calculators contained in the toolkit can be used to:
1.Convert ACFM to SCFM and/or SCFM to ACFM
2.Calculate the Volume of a Receiver
3.Calculate the Pressure Drop in Pipe
4.Properly Size Pipe
5.Convert Elevation to Barometric Pressure
6.Calculate the Velocity of Air in a Pipe
7.Calculate the Required Storage to Support an Event
8.Calculate the Capacitance of a Receiver or System
9.Calculate the Leak Rate using the Pump Down Method
10.Calculate the Leak Rate based upon the Cycle Time of a Compressor Operating in Load/Unload Mode.
11.Calculate Annual Power Costs using Motor Nameplate Data.
12.Calculate Annual Power Costs using Measured Data.
13.Compute Motor Power Factor using Nameplate Data
14.Compute Motor Efficiency using Nameplate or Measured Power Factor
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