Saturn Pyro Sdn Bhd
Johor Bahru Office
44 & 44A, Jalan Palma Rafis 1,
Taman Dato Chellam,
81800 Ulu Tiram,
Johor, Malaysia.
Kuala Lumpur Office
B5-01, Level 5,
KL Industrial Park,
Batu 5, Jalan Klang Lama,
58200 Kuala Lumpur,

Penang Office
Penthouse 1-21-1,
Suntech @ Penang Cybercity
Lintang Mayang Pasir 3,
11950 Bayan Baru,
Penang, Malaysia.

Singapore Office
Saturn Pyro Pte Ltd

101 Kitchener Road,
#02-42 Jalan Besar Plaza,
Singapore 208511.
India Office
Saturn Pyro India

No. 3, Eishita,
Ashokvan, Dahisar (E.),
\Mumbai 400068.
+91 22 6523 6934
+91 98191 56654


Like all electro-mechanical equipment, industrial compressed air systems require periodic maintenance to operate at peak efficiency and minimize unscheduled downtime. Inadequate maintenance can increase energy consumption via lower compression efficiency, air leakage, or pressure variability. It also can lead to high operating temperatures, poor moisture control, excessive contamination, and unsafe working environments. Most issues are minor and can be corrected with simple adjustments, cleaning, part replacement, or elimination of adverse conditions.

This tool calculates the energy savings associated with making minor changes to your air compressor system. Each section calculates the energy savings associated with one of the following changes:

Reduce compressor air pressure
Repair compressed air leaks

Enter the data specific to your compressor in the required sections, with each section having some additional inputs specific to the changes listed above.The cumulative savings for implementing all the changes is calculated at the bottom of the tool.

This tool was adapted from a savings calculator created by the West Virginia University Industrial Assessment Center.


Air Compressor Consumption Calculator
General Inputs
Number Of Compressors Utilization Factor
The maximum demand of a system divided by its rated capacity.
Horse Power hp N Value
Compression factor based on type of compressor and polytropic efficiency. Use the following list to determine the N-value for your system.
· N = 1.25 for screw compressors with polytropic efficiency of 80%
· N = 1 for reciprocating compressor with single stage
· N = 2 for reciprocating compressor with double stage.
Enter the efficiency for your system as value between 0 and 100.
% Current Operating Pressure
The maximum pressure that the manufacturer states that it is safe to operate the compressor.
Load Factor
The average power divided by the peak power over a period of time.
Maximum Rated Pressure
The maximum pressure at which the manufacturer determines it is safe to operate the compressor.
Operating Hours hrs Atmosphere Pressure
If unknown, please use default value of 101.325kPa.
Cost Of Electricity
If unknown, use a default value of 0.08.
RM /kWh Demand Cost RM/kW
Current Energy Consumption kWh

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