Not familiar with isentropic efficiency? Don't worry! Our friends at CAGI, who have long been the unified voice of the compressor industry, have produced a video explaining this term in detail.
What Does Isentrophic Efficiency Mean for You? Explore our recent blog post that dives deeper into this new method of compressor comparison from CAGI.
See the environmental impact of your energy savings!
Step 1: Select your currency and unit of measurement.
Step 2: Fill in your annual running hours, system power, and electrical cost per hour.
Step 3: Choose the percentage of energy saving:
Step 4: Select the numbers of years to visualize saving over time.
Have a look at the estimation of your reduction in electricity costs and your CO2 reduction. To make it more tangible, we visualized the reduction in CO2 in more common comparisons such as CO2 emissions from charged smartphones and a households' yearly electricity use.