Compressed air is an important part of utilities which is adaptable and versatile. It moves through Humphrey valves and pipes. Compressed air is stored and performs many processes.
It acts as a power source that includes water, gas, and electricity and is considered an important utility. Compressed air is created on-site to provide air quality control for its users.
A few examples of compressed air in some environments include energy sources and computer keyboards.
When clean air us apart of energy utilities and can provide a customer with the ability to take advantage of energy savings, a small carbon footprint and a decrease in operation costs.
Protect Your Investment with Clean Compressed Air
Up to fifteen percent of energy is in the process of compressed air moving through an air system. Energy condenses and when a system is poorly designed a total of $3.2 billion in utilities can be wasted.
The help of an expert to review and fix an energy waste problem will result in an increase in savings. An industrial facility that decreases its demand for energy may have an opportunity for a utility company to provide them with reduced rates or rebates. It will lower the cost of manufacturing and is beneficial to the environment. A compressed air system is clean when it is free of solids, oils, and liquids.
A majority of the time contaminated liquid in a compressed air system is stimulated by heated activity in water creating hot water. It can potentially cause particle pollution in the air that we breathe. It is our responsibility to find ways to lessen some particles in compressed air systems.
Cleaning the system multiple times is not energy efficient if it is full of oil. It is time wasted that can be used to manage the system.
Diffley-Wright Corporation is the leader in Humphrey valves and provides a list of pneumatic automation products. We have been open since 1963 with a team of experienced staff that are available to place your order and answer questions at 1-800-282-4886.