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In this blog post we look at 5 considerations that will help you get started on your journey towards optimised compressed air energy efficiency.
If you’re a panel beater or a collision repair body shop then compressed air is a vital utility to you. Why? Well, firstly because it’s the energy source for most of your equipment, and secondly because compressed air mixes with the product in paint spraying operations. That said, the impact of compressed air on workflow, product quality and energy bills can often be overlooked. This can mean costly rework as a result of poor air quality affecting paint jobs and workflow interruptions due to inadequate air supply both causing real dollar losses in terms of rework costs and inflated energy bills.
However the good news is, that unlike your other utilities, you have complete control over your compressed air system! If you want to reduce your compressed air associated costs then here’s 5 initial points to consider:
Want to learn more about how each component of a compressed air system can impact the overall energy efficiency and air quality produced? Want more tips on how to ensure your compressed air system runs reliably and efficiently? Download our latest whitepaper – ‘Producing high quality and energy efficient compressed air in the automotive aftermarket sector’.
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