Compressed Air for Body Shops
Thank you for your interest in our “Compressed Air for Body Shops” webinar hosted by BodyShop Business magazine. You can watch the archived version here.
Here are some additional resources to help you with improving your compressed air system:
Piston Versus Rotary Screw Compressors: A short technical comparison for the Collision Market
When deciding between rotary screw and piston compressors, it is important to consider duty cycle and performance, energy efficiency, air quality, maintenance, and installation costs. Download this complimentary technical whitepaper on piston versus rotary compressors for a technical comparison between the two types of air compressors with the pros and cons of using each geared towards the collision market.
Compressed Air for Automotive Service
Dry, clean compressed air at a stable system pressure is essential for getting work done with high-quality results. Download this product brochure for a list of Kaeser’s reliable air system products that best fit the needs of collision repair, fleet service, tire service, general maintenance, and racing and performance shops.
How to Plan, Install and Operate Compressed Air Systems
As with electricity and other utilities, compressed air is usually taken for granted. It's often when there's a problem and not much can get done in the shop without it that shop owners realize the importance of a good, reliable compressed air system. If a shop builds and operates its compressed air system to avoid common problems -- including inadequate flow, leaks and pressure drop -- it will save time and money.