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If you go back far enough, one of the earliest and most recognisable uses of the air compressor – which is basically a method of pressurising room temperature air to power other devices - was the humble bellow.
According to The Carbon Trust, of the total energy supplied to a compressor, as little as 8-10 per cent may be converted into useful energy that can be used at the point of use.
Heat is an inevitable by-product when producing compressed air.
Everyone knows that compressed air is one of the most important resources in the industry.
When should you fix your compressor package and when should you cut your losses and replace it?
Here are the key steps to taking control of compressed air noise.
Ways in which improved energy efficiency and reduced costs can be achieved.
Boosting the performance of your compressed air system is easier than you think. Here are 10 commandments that explain how to achieve it.
They’re often too small to see, but there are many substances and particles in our atmosphere that can easily be drawn into compressed air systems. They might be out of sight, but they shouldn’t be out of mind.