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Nobody wants a leak in their compressed air distribution system. Not only is it liable to cause inefficiency and pressure drops, it's expensive. A hole with a diameter as small as a 1/8 inch in a 100 psi system can cost your business more than $1,200 per year in wasted energy. Yikes. Luckily, leaks are fairly simple to detect and fix if you take the time to do so.
Is your compressed air distribution system experiencing an annoying amount of pressure drop? A small amount of pressure drop as the air travels from the receiver tank output, through air compressor piping, and to the point of use is completely normal, but the ideal amount of drop in an optimized system (more)
Your compressor motor is the delicate heart of your compressed air system. You wouldn't neglect heart health as a person, would you? Give your motor the same care and maintenance. While motors differ greatly in their needs according to their age, use, components, and previous maintenance history, all motors have a need for general, basic maintenance practices. Follow this short checklist to keep your compressor motor running smoothly.
Manufacturing is one of the world's most prevalent sectors, and around 70% of all manufacturers have a compressed air system in their set-up. Standards across the board are important, as they allow for the interchangeability and compatibility of systems as well as more balanced evaluations. How are standards for these compressed air distribution systems set, you ask? Here are a few national and international organizations that set some key regulations for the compressed air industry.