Poor compressed air servicing bloats energy costs by 25%

Supplied by Atlas Copco Compressors on Tuesday, 30 June, 2015


Poorly maintained compressed air systems can increase energy costs by more than 25%. But businesses using compressed air often rely on ad hoc servicing, which is not sufficient to keep the systems in shape.

Quality service requires a technician with the skills and knowledge to maintain specific equipment to the standards needed for the business. Variable speed drives for air compressors can meanwhile reduce wear and tear, while connected equipment can help determine when systems require service.


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