Used Air Receivers
Used Air Receivers from Air Supply UK
The largest stock of used Air Receivers in the UK.If you have a compressed air system, a compressed air receiver, or a compressed air tank, is an important component. Whilst an air receiver tank is not an essential part of your system, its key purpose is to provide temporary storage for your compressor to allow for peaks in demand and to make your system as efficient as possible. It provides an extra reserve of compressed air you can use during periods of high demand and reduces the overall operating pressures for your system and can provide energy savings. Installing an air receiver within your compressed air system can be more costly initially but can help to save money over the long term by saving on repair costs.
Why choose a compressed air receiver?Installing an air receiver provides a number of benefits, including:
- Store compressed air - air receiver tanks act as a great source of storage for your air compressor. It will keep compressed air from when your compressor was last used which means you can use it when the compressor is turned on again. This can help to save time and means compressed air is available immediately.
- Reduces condensation - condensation occurs naturally but it can cause water vapour to form within the system which can reduce overall efficiency. Air receivers have moisture traps to provide an extra level of moisture removal.
- Maintains constant pressure - the pistons used to operate air compressors provide air in pulses that can make working in high demand applications more difficult. An air receiver will dampen the pulsation and provide a steady flow of compressed air at constant pressure. A more constant stream of air can help to reduce wear and tear on the air compressor and make it much easier to work.