What is isothermal?

An isothermal process is a change of a system, in which the temperature remains constant: ΔT = 0.   Isothermal compression is by definition the most energy efficient compression process.  Prior to Carnot’s technology, the Taylor Compressor was the only isothermal compression system in operation.

LOWER LIFETIME COSTS OF OWNERSHIP

ABSORPTION OF WATER SOLUBLE CONSTITUENTS

ONLY ONE MOVING PART

GREATER PRESSURE BOOST PER STAGE

DRY, OIL-FREE AIR

LESS COMPONENT MATERIAL

NUMBERS

PERCENTAGE OF US NATURAL GAS PRODUCTION CONSUMED BY GAS COMPRESSION

5%

ENERGY COSTS AS A PERCENTAGE OF LIFETIME COST OF OWNERSHIP FOR TYPICAL COMPRESSORS

76%

PERCENTAGE OF US INDUSTRIAL ELECTRICITY CONSUMED BY COMPRESSORS

10%

ESTIMATED ANNUAL ENERGY COSTS OF COMPRESSION IN THE US AND EU

$24B+

ESTIMATED ENERGY SAVINGS FROM A TYPICAL CARNOT COMPRESSION SYSTEM

25%

CONNECTIONS

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