Air Compressor Monitoring


This module communicates with the Smart communicates with the Smart communication manager console with Gateway through wireless Communication.

If the parameters are monitored properly a minimum saving of 20 to 30% can be Achieved. Monitoring of the Pressure: Every PSI increase in pressure 2% more energy is consumed. Leak Detection: A Disturbance system of 100 PSI of pressure, running 12 hours a day with A leak of 1mm dia, will lose compressed air at a rate of 30 CFM Costing over Rs.65, 000 per Year. Air intake Filter Monitor: This help in performing your maintenance work. This tells you how much your air intake filter is clogged. If there is a clogging of the filter, it will affect the Compression ratio and in turn will increase the power consumption of the compressor as Thumb rule”
For every 0.355Psi pressure drop increase across at the suction path due to choked path filters, the compressor power consumption increases by about 2% for
the same output

Dew Point Measurement: This helps in the amount of moisture in the air and whether you’re Dryer Can handle it. Moisture in compressed will
damage your pneumatic machinery.

As per the study 30% of machinery get damaged due to Moisture in compressed Air in Industries 

Load & Unload Measurement: This helps you know the usage pattern this information helps you in saving of 20% on your Electricity bill 

Flow Measurement: This helps in saving 20% on electricity bills.

KPI (Key Performance Indicator): kW/100 cfm. The Protech CMS can produce Reports on different. Areas, we recommend that managers focus on Key Performance Indicator (KPI): kW/100 cfm. This Represents how much energy (In kW) is used to deliver how much airflow (cfm). The Protech CMS provides.  The Tools required to monitor this KPI for each air compressor. This will also tell the cost of each CFM.

• Tank pressure
• Air filter monitor
• Air flow monitor (measures in CFM) (optional)
• Humidity
• Temperature
• Load /unload Running hours