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Rand-Air offers Air Flow Audits for Manufacturing Sector on oil-injected compressors

So, how can you ensure an efficient compressed air system at your plant?

Manufacturing facilities spend around 40% of their total energy costs on compressed air alone, making an efficient compressed air system critical for maintaining a healthy bottom line. Unfortunately, not all systems operate in the most efficient manner possible, and we see it every day – compressors not appropriately sized, outdated technology, air leaks, pressure drops – the list can go on and on.

Increasing energy costs is a widespread concern. The U.S. Department of Energy has estimated that over 50% of industrial air compressors are not running efficiently, resulting in 3.2 billion dollars of energy waste annually. 


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What does a compressed air flow audit look at?

  • Compressed Air Flow & Demand
  • Compressed Air Pressure Output/Demand
  • Compressed Air Dew Point
  • Efficiency of Compressed Air Supply vs Demand

Here are 3 reasons to regularly audit your system

  • You could be saving money
    • Energy costs make up to 80% of lifetime system costs
    • Air Audit can improve the system's energy consumption, and operating costs and improve sustainability
  • Safety is paramount
    • Without regular audits, you might be missing safety issues and endangering your workforce
  • A better system for the job
    • Audits identify inefficiencies & safety risks, and will assist in determining if a different compressor would better suit your needs

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