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Only 19% of the original water vapor (0.68 gals. per hr.) remains in the air to pass into pipe lines and tools, with practically no further condensation

Compressor inlet air at 80°F, 70% relative humidity. 27,000 cu. ft. per hr. carries 29.76 lbs. (3.56 gals.) of water vapor per hr.

Compressor inlet air at 80°F, 70% relative humidity. 27,000 cu. ft. per hr. carries 29.76 lbs. (3.56 gals.) of water vapor per hr.

81% of the original water vapor or 2.88 gals. per hr. has been condensed by the aftercooler. Discharge air cooled to 80°F, now contains only 5.67 lbs.

80°F air at the receiver and in the pipe lines contains 5.67 lbs. (0.68 gals.) water vapor per hr., but the temperature is normally below the pipe line temperature, therefore there is no further condensation

Only 19% of the original water vapor (0.68 gals. per hr.) remains in the air to pass into pipe lines and tools, with practically no further condensation

Fig. 30-20 Representative Compressor Arrangement Showing Piping to Receiver with Aftercooler. Source: Compressed Air and Gas Institute

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