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In this blog we consider all of the lifetime costs of a compressed air system that should be evaluated in selecting a new compressor.
Did you realise, that on average the capital investment cost of a compressed air system is only 18% of its total lifetime costs? When comparing new compressor quotes it is therefore imperative that the costs that make up the further 82% should also be closely considered.
Another consideration is the size of the compressed air system and its location. This will impact the duty cycle and heat load on the compressor - factors which will greatly influence equipment longevity.
There are further variables that should also be considered when assessing installation costs, for example, the sound pressure level of the compressor. Noisy compressors may require additional sound proofing, or even their own room to keep the noise levels comfortable at point of use, all adding additional costs.
Aside from considering the purchase price and the lifetime costs in selecting a compressor, it is also worth considering the quality, reliability and reputation of the compressor providers. What would the cost be to your business from lost productivity due to downtime or product spoilage and wasted resources due to poor air quality? Such costs could quickly obliterate the savings realised during the equipment purchase.