Searching the web for great resources, we stumbled across a comprehensive spreadsheet for calculating energy usage in your compressed air system from Minessota Technical Assistance Program (MnTAP). Click here to download: http://www.mntap.umn.edu/greenbusiness/energy/compairtool.xlsm NOTE: Click on Enable Content box at top of page before entering information. Learn more about the tool and MnTAP at http://www.mntap.umn.edu/greenbusiness/energy/compair.htm  

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The #1 Rule of Compressed Air:   For every 20 degrees that compressed air is cooled, the air loses 50% of its ability to hold moisture in vapor form (humidity) and it is dropped out as a liquid. The Difference between Air Drying and Air Filtration: Air Drying is he removal of water vapor (humidity) […]

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. We all purchase pneumatic products and once installed we forget about the importance of clean air that makes equipment work properly.┬áProper maintenance on your filtration system will provide the required air cleanliness your equipment needs to operate on a daily basis. To prevent malfunctions follow the steps in this video to perform proper maintenance […]

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