Compressed air purification equipment is essential to modern production facilities. When selecting the right purification equipment, it’s crucial to consider the required air quality levels, overall cost and how to establish a comprehensive plan to keep your air compressor clean and well-maintained.Continue reading
No matter the size of your gas system, failsafe operations are always a top priority. Checking and maintaining your hazardous gas monitoring equipment on a regular basis is essential for the safety of employees and for optimum equipment performance. A sensor that has not been properly maintained could lead to false atmospheric readings, which can jeopardize your staff and your investment. With new regulatory standards evolving all the time, how do you know you’re getting the most accurate readings? The answer isn’t just performing periodic bump tests. Only through routine calibrations and careful record keeping can you be sure to maintain the highest standards of safety for your business.
Compressed air leaks can be a huge energy drain on your business. They can sometimes be the difference between running your normal compressor system and being forced to turn on your backup. To really put this in perspective, consider that a ¼” air leak at 100 psig can waste as much as 104 CFM of compressed air. This is equivalent to a 25 HP compressor, and in energy dollars, can mean losing as much as $8,000 a year in power cost.Continue reading