In this blog post we look at 3 key factors that will play a large role in ensuring the on-going reliability and safety of compressed air equipment.
If you’re involved in mining then you’ll know first hand that compressed air is an essential utility to the mining sector. As an essential service you will no doubt use compressed air extensively in your operations - from exploration and processing right through to camp site services such as wastewater treatment.
These harsh environments demand robust, reliable and safe compressed air equipment solutions. This starts with selecting high quality compressed air equipment that has been designed to meet the demands of these harsh environments. However, once the equipment has been selected and installed, is that the end of the story? The answer of course is no. With an average useful life of 10+ years - maintaining the integrity of compressed air equipment will be essential to its on-going reliability and safety.
There are 3 important factors to consider when it comes to implementing compressed air maintenance that will contribute to the on-going reliability and safety of the compressed air equipment;
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