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Compressed Air is Expensive, Don’t Waste It

GOOD TIPS FOR NEW INVESTMENT

  • MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE

You may change your compressor or dryer in future, but your compressed air piping is a fixed utility in your plant.

  • USE QUALITY PRODUCTS

Original quality piping system will assure reliable performance and expected safety standards in your factory.

  • CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIZE

The right engineering & sizing of the system is fundamental to save energy, potentially more than any other practice.

  • INSTALL A LEAK FREE SYSTEM

Modular systems with positive seals will perform better than any threated conventional tubing.

  • DON’T FOCUS ON INITIAL COST

The cost of components is only a small part of the total investment. Choose systems with the lowest cost of ownership!

COMPRESSED AIR LIFETIME COSTS

  • MONEY SAVED

saving due to correct sizing and engineering, optimised working pressure and choice of high quality product.

  • LEAKAGE

cost of air leaks and inappropriate use of compressed air during the lifetime of the system.

  • ELECTRICITY

cost of electricity to feed the air compressor.

  • INSTALLATION

cost of labour for installing the system, for extensions and modications, for ordinary maintenance.

  • MATERIAL

cost of pipes and ttings for assembling the system.

  • MAINTENANCE

cost for running or dinary maintenance of the machines generating compressed air.

  • GENERATION

cost of machines for generating compressed air (including compressor, receiver, dryer, lters).

SOME GOOD GENERAL PRACTICES

  • PREVENT AND REDUCE LEAKS

In a conventional piping system leaks may waste 20-40% of your compressed air. Routinely check your system for leaks.

  • REDUCE AIR PRESSURE

Reducing the pressure in your system of 1 bar (15 psi) will lead to 7% saving on your annual energy consumption.

  • FEED COMPRESSORS WITH COOL AIR

With 3°C cooler intake air, compressor will save 1% energy to reach the desired working pressure.

  • AVOID INAPPROPRIATE USE

Check the efficiency of compressed air used for cooling, agitating, mixing or inflating in your factory.

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