I also tell you that his invention is thanks to the development of the two-stroke internal combustion engine, which begins to be the mechanism used by the first vehicles, which makes this type of compressors work in the same way, since they start from the same physical/chemical principle, which makes its boom for the mid-twentieth century is growing, and its research and designs improved over time.
The development of this type of engines to be installed in compression mechanisms is also developed by the need to have machines that reach places where there were no sources of electricity, such as the field or forest, especially for the development or expansion of the cities, since for the construction of the same the use of pneumatic tools was necessary that they worked by means of compressed air to advance faster in the development of the cities, highways, etc. , which made this engine ideal for this type of work, which led to its series production and its design improvements.
Point of view of continuous operation, but it is also critical to the extent that compressed air strongly influences the quality of the products. If the quality of the compressed air is not correct and it is not guaranteed, it is highly probable that the final products do not have the appropriate characteristics, either due to faulty processes or because the machines could not function at the correct performance.
But you have to have something bright from the beginning: the reliability and safety of the energy coming from the compressed air do not only happen by putting more compressors. On the contrary, one of the most frequent errors in its management is not in the production of breath, but especially in its regulation and distribution within the system of the plant.
Making a comparison with the gas, nobody would think of having a pipe with problems or not having an adequate regulation of output because both are highly dangerous, but it is clear that many industries -even those of considerable size- do not have these same precautions with its compressed air systems. Therefore, some losses affect production, quality and result in substantial economic damage.
Therefore, when thinking about a compressed air system, it is essential to design and operate it to be reliable, productive and efficient. Although these are characteristics that may seem obvious, it is widespread to find that they are not considered when designing and operating a compressed air system. Reliability, as we stated, is not only in having enough compressors but in creating a system that allows a quick and appropriate response in case of failure in the air supply. In almost all production processes, compressed air is a basic supply, and the lack of this input can cause a very expensive stopping of a production line or an entire plant.
It is necessary to ask then, how do I handle a possible unexpected failure of one of the compressors? Is there a backup compressor? If it exists, are the systems and controls adequate to load and maintain the pressure in the system without affecting production? If there is no backup compressor or not enough, how can I stop the processor reduce its output volume in a controlled manner?