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An air receiver tank (sometimes called an Air Compressor Tanks or Compressed Air Storage Tanks) is exactly what it sounds like: a tank that receives and stores compressed air after it exits the air compressor. This gives you a reserve of compressed air that you can draw on without running your air compressor. An air receiver is a type of pressure vessel; it holds compressed air under pressure for future use. The tanks come in a range of sizes and in both vertical and horizontal configurations.The primary role of an air receiver tank is to provide temporary storage for compressed air. Storing compressed air allows the system to average the peaks in compressed air demand over the course of a shift.
You can think of your air receiver tank like a battery for your compressed air system, except it is storing air instead of chemical energy. This air can be used to power short, dust collector pulse, or someone using a blowgun to dust themselves off. The air in the tank is available even when the compressor is not running. Storing compressed air reduces sudden demands on your air compressor, prolonging the life of your system. Using an air receiver tank may also allow you to use a smaller horsepower compressor for larger jobs.
Your air compressor installation can in theory run without a receiver, but not having one in your air system can increase the loading and unloading cycles on the compressor making the compressor work harder. It is important to remember that load/unload cycles will depend on the demand fluctuation within your facility. Air receivers, commonly referred to as vessels or tanks are used to store compressed air before it enters into the piping system and or equipment. In simpler terms, air receivers act as a buffer mechanism between the compressor and the fluctuating pressure caused by the changing demand.
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