Why not take advantage of our many years’ combined experience in the compressed air industry to get some free advice for your business.
From energy-saving tips to an in-depth look at compressed air piping, we are happy to share our advice with our customers.
Take a look through – and if you have any burning questions, please don’t hesitate to get in touch by phone or email and one of our friendly team members will be happy to help.
F-Gas regulation update
Have you checked your refrigerant dryer for R22 gas? Did you realise that on 1 January 2015 it became illegal to maintain and service equipment that uses R22 refrigerant gas, which includes some compressed air dryers? From 1 January 2015 it became illegal to use any HCFCs to service RAC… Read more »
Top five energy saving tips
No company can afford to ignore the benefits of making energy efficiencies. Taking a few small but important steps can make a significant difference to your annual energy bills – as well as helping to reduce your carbon footprint. Here are our top five energy saving tips: 1. Do you have… Read more »
Our Guide to Compressed Air Leaks
Do you know how much money you are wasting in compressed air leaks? Thousands of pounds could be wasted in your company every year. A compressed air leak the size of a match head (1.6mm) wastes enough energy in an eight-hour working day to toast 444 slices of bread. The energy wasted from… Read more »
Our Guide to Compressed Air Piping (Distribution Systems)
Throughout industry, compressed air is so widely used that it is often regarded as the fourth utility, after electricity, natural gas and water. Just like gas, electric and water, compressed air requires a distribution system that works efficiently. A brief history of compressed air… Read more »
Our Guide to Air Dryers
Are you having condensate problems in your airline and equipment? Are your air cylinders, Solenoid valves and air tools failing prematurely? Do you carry out car body repainting or shot blasting? If the answer to any of the above is yes, then you should install a dryer What do air… Read more »
Our Guide to Compressed Air Filters
Why are they needed? Air leaving any air compressor will be high in water content, as well as a concentration of oil and other contaminants. Unfiltered compressed air may contain dust, oil, rust, moisture and other harmful substances, and therefore requires filtration. What are they… Read more »