Author: Matt McCorkle, Manager of Branch Operations, Kaeser Compressors, Inc.
Imagine leaving your doors and windows open during the coldest winter days. Your furnace would run nonstop to try and heat your house. Your energy bill would skyrocket. Your home would still be chilly, you'd scramble to find other ways to keep warm, and your furnace would wear out more quickly.
Now think of the equivalent scenario in a compressed air system. You should be thinking of the costs associated with compressed air leaks.
In this paper, we'll discuss how many companies are losing thousands of dollars each year to compressed air system leaks. We will address where leaks commonly occur, leak detection methods, and practical advice for an audit and repair plan. We'll explain why an ongoing leak detection and repair program can be one of the most cost-effective measures a company can use to benefit its bottom line.
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Compressed Air System Leaks: The Cost, Common Culprits, Detection, and Repair