Why Do I Need to Dry My Air? When it comes to compressing air, moisture is the enemy of productivity and if you want to be productive you need dry compressed air. The ambient air around us contains much more moisture than you’d expect, as we don’t feel these particles in the air due to […]
The GA55+ is the Next Air Compressor You Need When you are looking for a rental, especially when you need a 75 HP air compressor for rent, reliability and effectiveness are primary concerns when it comes to finding the right fit. The GA55+ has now landed at A10; This is only one unit in our […]
Warm weather is on its way – and in the south, it can be downright blazing. We all know that our machines are not always fond of the high temperatures. Plus, with the addition of humidity, condensate in the air can cause a strain on performance.
1. Turn It Off
There are 168 hours in a week, but most compressed air systems only run at or near full capacity between 60-100 hours. Depending on your shift pattern, turning your compressors off during the evenings and weekends could reduce your energy bills up to 20%.
All atmospheric air contains water vapor, but as air is being compressed, the relative humidity of water increases to 100%. To avoid problems caused by water precipitation in pipes and connected downstream equipment, compressed air must be dried. Here are some methods for drying compressed air: Over-compression Air is compressed to a higher pressure than […]
The four most common types of air compressors are Piston Compressors, Rotary Screw Air Compressors, Centrifugal Compressors and Rotary Scroll (Vane) Air Compressors.
It’s almost summertime, which means things are about to heat up in South Carolina. The high temperatures will put a lot of stress on your air compressors. If you don’t take the necessary precautions, you can upset production.
While there are many brands of compressed air systems, there is only one that remains “first in mind and first in choice.”
Compressed air is one of the most important utilities in a modern manufacturing facility. Without a consistent, reliable supply of compressed air, most manufacturing facilities stop functioning.