Rotary vane compressors have proven as highly efficient and reliable machines for over 50 years.
Throughout industrial manufacturing, the Life Cycle Cost (LCC) is a well-recognised method to simulate the full cost of ownership for capital equipment. It is usually calculated keeping in mind three factors:
• Capital Equipment Expenditure,
• Ordinary Maintenance Costs,
• Energetic Consumption Costs.
Today’s commonly accepted method of calculating Life Cycle Cost for industrial Air Compressors is challenged due to the fact that assuming constant compressor efficiencies through the life of the compressor is incorrect.
So what's the real Life Cycle Cost of an air compressor? How do Screw and Rotary Vane compressors compare on this matter?
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