Pressure drop in compressed air piping

Compressed air piping always causes a pressure drop. The amount of pressure drop depends on the length of the pipe and the structure of the network. The pressure drop calculator works when the pressure is above 3 bar and the pressure drop is below 1 bar

mm m bar(g) m³/min
Mounting parts in the pipe also cause pressure drop. Calculated pipe length of each mounting part indicates how long a straight pipe would cause a corresponding pressure drop. The calculator adds the calculated lengths of the mounting parts to the actual pipe length, and from this total length the pressure drop caused by the entire pipe can be calculated.
Pressure loss 0,12 bar
Equivalent pipe lenght of mounting parts 0 m
Equivalent pipe length, total 200 m
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