Top 5 compressed air blog posts for 2018
Your top 5 compressed air blogs posts for 2018
From buying compressed air as a utility to technical whitepapers, leak detection and everything in between - in 2018 we have produced a wide range of educational and advisory compressed air blog posts that we hope you have found useful. As the year draws to a close in this blog post we take the opportunity to review what have been your top 5 compressed air blog posts for 2018. Below you’ll find a brief introduction to the top 5 along with links where you can read the full posts. Enjoy and see you in 2019!
No.5 - How energy efficient is the motor driving your compressor?
Advantages of premium efficiency drive motors
Energy savings can be made within a compressed air system! Great news considering the high price we all have to pay for electricity these days. There are a number of ways to save energy within a compressed air system. In this blog post we consider how the electric motor in a compressor impacts its efficiency and the advantages that compressors with premium efficiency and super premium efficiency drive motors have to offer.
No. 4 - Is your compressed air system meeting air quality standards?
How to produce high quality and clean compressed air [Whitepaper Extract]
If you are a manufacturer in the food and beverages, pharmaceutical or electronics industries, then you are no doubt required to meet stringent air quality standards when it comes to the production of compressed air. In this blog post we provide an extract from a recent whitepaper which discusses why compressed air needs to be treated and what technologies can be utilised in order to meet even the most stringent of compressed air quality standards.
No. 3 - The grass is greener on the other side
Advantages IIoT has to offer to WWTP’s
Summer may be over but with many of us still experiencing warm and dry conditions there’s a high possibility that you’re still watering your lawns! That in mind, in this blog post we look no further than the front yard to explain the advantages that embracing IIoT has to offer for waste water treatment plants (WWTP’s).
No.3 - Which low-pressure air compressor technology is right for my application?
Selecting the ideal blower [Whitepaper Extract]
From wastewater treatment plants to pneumatic conveyance, a variety of applications require low-pressure compressed air. There are a number of technologies that can be used to created this low-pressure compressed air, including; rotary vane pumps, side-channel blowers, rotary lobe blowers, rotary screw blowers and turbo/centrifugal blowers. As to which compression method is the best and most future-viable will differ for each individual case. In this blog post we provide an extract from a recent whitepaper which discusses low-pressure compression technologies and their suitability to different applications.
No. 1 - What really happens when compressed air servicing is neglected
The importance of compressed air servicing
When it comes to maintaining a reliable and efficient compressed air system we often come back to the importance of following the OEMs (Original Equipment Manufacturers) recommended maintenance schedule and using genuine spare parts. In this blog post we have a look at some real examples of what we have actually seen happen when servicing has been neglected.