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  • eHandbook: Achieve Better Energy Efficiency

    Do you know how your equipment is operating? Have you done performance testing recently? If you have a general idea, be careful; generalizations can lead you astray. You must develop models for complex interacting systems and test your assumptions —

  • Drying Compressed Air in Hazardous Atmospheres

    Author: Parker Hannifin

    Hazardous locations have or could potentially have high concentrations of flammable gases, vapors, combustible dusts, etc. A small spark can lead to a horrific explosion dangerous to equipment and workers in the area. Equipment located in hazardous areas

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