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Starting up a reciprocating compressor at no or very low load reduces torque requirements, improves machine reliability and saves money.
Double-check results when doing orifice calculations because significant mistakes can occur even for such a simple device.
Two recycle configurations will work to correctly control compressor capacity but the simpler one is far less expensive.
An elevated vessel may provide a more economical alternative to a booster pump to fix pump suction head problems.