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Top 5 compressed air blog posts for 2019

Top 5 compressed air blog posts for 2019

Revisit our top 5 compressed air blog posts from this year!

It’s hard to believe that another year is coming to an end. As we all start to slow down for the festive period and reboot for the year ahead, we take the opportunity to share with you our most popular blog posts from 2019. From how to reduce your maintenance costs to the steps and advantages of undergoing a compressed air audit and everything in between – in 2019 we have produced a wide range of advisory compressed air blog posts that we hope you have found useful. Sit back, relax and join us in revisiting our top 5 most popular compressed air blog posts from the past year. See you in 2020!

No. 5 – The benefits of predictive maintenance and maintenance kits
How to reduce your compressed air maintenance costs

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The benefits of predictive maintenance and maintenance kits

Would you like to reduce your compressed air associated maintenance costs? Would you also like to know your annual maintenance costs upfront for ease of budget planning and eliminate the risk of unplanned and costly downtime? In this blog post we look at how predictive maintenance and maintenance kits can help you achieve these goals.

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No. 4 – Turn your compressors into an energy source with heat recovery
How to fight rising energy costs this winter

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Turn your compressors into an energy source with heat recovery

Aside from producing plant air, a compressor is actually also a source of heat that can be recovered and used to heat spaces and fluids. The result for the end user can be significantly reduced energy costs. With winter just around the corner, in this blog post we learn how you can turn your compressors into an energy source by harnessing the power of heat recovery in the fight against rising energy costs.

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No.3 – Compressed air leaks 101: Part 1
What are the costs and the culprits of compressed air leaks?

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What are the costs and the culprits of compressed air leaks?

Unfortunately all compressed air systems will have compressed air leaks however did you realise that statistics suggest the average leakage rate is 25%, with some plants losing as much as 80% of their compressed air through leaks!* That’s a lot of wasted compressed air, a lot of wasted energy and a lot of wasted money. In part 1 of our compressed air leaks 101 blog post series we look at what the costs are to a business of compressed air leaks and where the main culprits can be found.

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No. 2 – The steps and advantages of undergoing a compressed air audit
How to design an efficient, reliable and tailored compressed air system

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The steps and advantages of undergoing a compressed air audit

Is it time to upgrade your compressed air system? Have you thought about how you will ensure the right compressed air equipment is selected to meet your exact requirements in the most energy efficient and reliable way possible? Not sure where to start? In this blog post we look at what is involved in a compressed air audit, what the advantages are, and how an audit can greatly assist you in developing a tailored, reliable and efficient compressed air system.

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No.1 – Compressed air leaks 101: Part 2
How to detect and fix compressed air leaks

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How to detect and fix compressed air leaks

A compressed air system with a minimum amount of leaks will be more energy efficient and more effective. Leak reduction is one of the most cost effective steps you can take to immediately reduce energy costs and improve profitability. In part 2 of our compressed air leaks 101 blog post series we look at the 3 main methods of compressed air leak detection, best practice for fixing leaks and how to manage leaks on an on-going basis.

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If there is a compressed air topic that you would like to see us cover next year then please leave a comment below or send us an email. See you next year!

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