Air Compressor Analyzing System

The CAE350S employs a turnkey method that combines flow monitoring, power consumption, and exhaust pressure to provide relevant findings. This enables you to analyze the potential for energy savings and create a database to improve and optimize the compressed air system analysis.

The CAE350S air compressor analyzing system allows you to gain a deeper understanding of your compressors. On the compressor’s inlet pipe, measure FAD flow. The compressor power consumption should be measured. Calculate power ratio and energy intensity to control compressed air costs. Know the frequency of on/offloading time to control compressor condition.

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Compressor efficiency analysis by minimal costs
Air compressor auditing & replacing
– Set the base of monitoring and optimize the control system

– Calculating savings potential, and check the efficiency of your compressed air system audit services
– Right-sizing equipment for individual processes

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CAE350S air compressor analyzing system help you to know your compressors better

  • Measure FAD flow on inlet pipe of compressor
  • Measure power consumption of the flow meter
  • Control the cost of compressed air via calculate power ration & energy intensity
  • Control compressor status via know the frequency of on/off loading time
  • Generate a brief report of all data above
  • Universal design, fit in inlet pipe from DN40~DN200(1.5’’`8’’)
  • Protable & movable design, one free case provided to hold the whole system


  • System

    Power supply


    Ambient temperature


    Voltage measurement range




    Current measurement range


    Current accuracy


    Power efficiency rane

    up to 250kw

    Power efficiency accuracy


    Inlet pipe size


    Measurement range


    Inlet pipe size


    Measurement range


CAE350S Air Compressor Analyzing System 

COMATE air compressor analyzing software

-Measurement data like FAD flow, power, efficiency in colorful curve
-Indicates the specific power
-Calculate the power consumption per unit of air
-Indicates costs in €/$/RMB per m³ air produced
-Efficiency report will be generate automatically and can be send to email or print out


With the help of COMATE analyzing software users can directly read the real-time important statics on a PAD that installed COMATE APP. The APP can also generate an detailed report with curve diagram to help customer to understand the condition of the compressor better or even compare the tested compressor with another compress.


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Provide the parameters that really matters in energy-saving project

I. Overall power efficiency
–KW/(m3/hr),indicate the efficiency of the compressor, use this parameter to compare different compressors and check which one is more energy saving

II. Unit air power consumption
–Kwh/Nm³, the power consumption of producing the air, use this to calculate cost and price in a energy saving contract

CAE350S makes it available!

CAE350S will helps

  • Efficiency analyzing in a quick and accurate way
  • A most efficient tool to knows the efficiency data of a compressor with less cost
  • Gives the required data support when making energy saving project
  • Helping to “physical examination” of air compressors

CAE350S Air Compressor Analyzing system operating status

TGF350 flow meter,receive data from power meter and transfer all data to cell phone through Bluetooth.CAE350S-Air-Compressor-Analyzing-System-working

Comate Provides the Best Compressed Air System Audit Services

We can monitor, log, graph, and analyze all essential system parameters with Comate advanced air compressor analyzing system, including flows (CFM), pressures, temperatures, and kW. We set up our advanced instrumentation for a week or two to collect the necessary data, and then we compile a comprehensive report based on our results. Comate makes it easier to save money on compressed air by removing the guesswork.

Compressed air is your fourth utility, and it accounts for one of the most significant sources of electrical energy use in a manufacturing facility. As a result, it’s critical to manage your compressed air system monitoring with the help of Compressed Air System Audit Services and make informed new equipment purchases. However, without the proper knowledge, making such decisions can be difficult, if not impossible.

Recommendations and Reports of Air Compressor Analyzing System
We’ll write a full report with suggestions like these:

Explanations on how to remedy or improve specific issues, as well as potential energy savings and payback
Upgrades to compressor/sequence control suggestions
Recommendations for equipment upgrades
Compressor sequence in the correct order
Receivers for additional air
Modifications to piping suggestions
It should be emphasized that the majority of these elements are dynamic and interdependent (i.e., flow rates change, and pressure drops occur when flow rates are high).


An air compressor analyzing system is a pneumatic device that transfers power (from an electric motor, diesel or gasoline engine, etc.) into potential energy stored in compressed air. When the tank pressure drops below a certain level, the air compressor kicks in and re-pressurizes the tank.

Air compressors pressurised containers by pumping air into them. The air is then driven through a hole in the tank, causing pressure to build up. Consider it an open balloon: once the compressed air is released, it can be used as energy.
An engine converts electrical energy into kinetic energy, which powers them. It works the same way as a combustion engine, with a crankshaft, piston, valve, head, and connecting rod.

These three air compressors are the most prevalent types of air compressors used in mobile industrial applications.
Compressors with a rotary screw.
Compressors with rotary vane technology.
Reciprocating, Piston Compressors.

Consider the tools with the help of the Air Compressor Analyzing System, and you’ll be using an air compressor to power while making your selection. Choose the one that demands the most CFM at the highest PSI. For a safety margin, add 50% to the required CFM and look for a compressor that meets the requirement

The time it takes to pump a reservoir tank of known volume from a known starting pressure to a known ending pressure is measured by genuine power. The correct CFM may then be calculated by multiplying the difference between the starting and final pressures by the tank’s volume, divided by the time it took to pump up.