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  • 16.05.17 Posted in Compressed Air By Margie Moschetti
    Refer to our compressed air loss table.Read More
  • 10.12.15 Posted in Compressed Air By Edward Moschetti

    As air is compressed, the volume of contaminants in the incoming air stream is concentrated as the same rate as the compression ratio. As an example, if compression ratio is 8:1, the moisture, contaminants and aerosols are compressed at the same rate. To protect your equipment from the contamination, water, and aerosols (hydrocarbons such as oil) have to be filtered from the compressed air.

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  • 10.12.15 Posted in Compressed Air By Edward Moschetti

    An old truism, “if you can’t measure it you can’t manage it”. If your power bill to generate compressed air in your facility is in excess of $ 100,000 per year, it might be time to consider adding a flow meter or meters to your air system to identify opportunities to reduce your annual operating bill. Some primary causes of higher than normal compressor operating costs include:

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  • 08.12.15 Posted in Compressed Air By Edward Moschetti

    Your compressed air system represents a sizeable investment in both equipment as well as operating costs. For most compressors which produce about 4.3 cfm of air per compressor horsepower, use the following formula to compute compressed air costs:

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  • 08.12.15 Posted in Compressed Air Videos & Power Points By Edward Moschetti
    Our latest video features tips for combating water in your compressed air system. Let Control Specialties share some information and troubleshooting techniques that could help you save time and money on your compressed air system.Read More

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