There are a few rules to remember when sizing a filtration system: With in-depth cartridge filters, the slower the flow, the more efficient the cartridge is and the longer the user can go between change-outs. At Filters.com, we typically size housings to start out with a clean differential pressure of two pounds or less. You […]

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We have been learning so much reading all about compressed air energy storage online at Energystorage.org. We sampled some of our favorite questions and answers from their FAQ page. Read more online at http://energystorage.org/energy-storage/faq. Why do we need energy storage? The primary benefits are: Risk of Power Outages:  Today‚Äôs electricity grid is increasingly vulnerable to […]

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Advanced-adiabatic compressed air energy storage (AA-CAES) is an evolution of traditional CAES, designed to deliver higher efficiencies via a zero-carbon process. Operation is similar to traditional CAES in that energy is stored by compressing air with turbomachinery and storing in an underground cavern. The difference lies in the treatment of the heat of compression. Read […]

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Compressed Air Energy Storage (CAES) plants are largely equivalent to pumped-hydro power plants in terms of their applications, output and storage capacity. But, instead of pumping water from a lower to an upper pond during periods of excess power, in a CAES plant, ambient air is compressed and stored under pressure in an underground cavern. […]

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