Around 70% of all manufacturers have a compressed air distribution system somewhere in their product flow. In many cases, compressors are essential; like in auto shops and mass production of food. In some cases, compressors simply make doing a lot of jobs easier. A compressed air system for wood working is one of those cases. While woodworkers don't necessarily need a compressed air system for wood working, their quality of work and well-being can drastically improve when they invest in one.
The amount of compressed air fittings to choose from when creating your compressed air system design is almost a little staggering. You might skip on one or two extra features to save some money, or maybe a non-essential piece breaks and you wait on replacing it. Strut cushion clamps are one item that is easy to skip on, but necessary in a few bothersome situations.
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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)