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  • Applying the pressure

    Air compressors are an integral part of any manufacturing process. Learn about the key elements that affect air-compressor performance.

  • Compressed Air Systems: The Secret is in the Pipe

    There’s no such thing as too large a compressed air line.  A common error in compressed air systems is line sizes too small for the desired air flow.

    Hank van Ormer, Don van Ormer and Scott van Ormer
  • Save a bundle solving pressure-drop problems

    Pressure drop in compressor-suction and interstage coolers often creates problems. In some cases, just a few pounds of extra pressure drop make a revamp unworkable.

    Andrew Sloley
  • Energy savings are in the air

    Anywhere compressed air can be eliminated represents an opportunity to reduce system operating expenses. Often, this reduction means fewer compressors must operate to meet the plant's air requirements.

    Christopher Schmidt, Mark D'Antonio and Alan MacDougall
  • Problem-Free Air Conveying Part II

    Productive and reliable system and component choices depend on knowing about the potential problems each of them can cause

  • Choose a Winning Drive Strategy

    Electric variable-speed drives on lubricant-cooled and lubricant-free rotary air compressors are not a cure-all for system woes -- chemical plants must implement them correctly and at the right time to achieve maximum energy savings

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