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Analyzing, optimizing and monitoring your compressed air system will enable you to reduce energy consumption
Using the latest monitoring and control technologies ensures system stability and maximum uptime.
Discover opportunities to improve your efficiency and follow up on savings.
Energy consumption accounts for up to 70% of the lifecycle cost of a compressed air installation. Discover how you can maximize your compressor room efficiency.
Do you know whether your compressed air system is efficient?
We inspect your entire air system, from the compressors via the air net to the demand side. Based on these checks, we identify potential savings and recommend actions to achieve these savings.
Did you know that up to 20% of the energy consumption in your compressed air system could be lost to air leaks? That’s a lot of money you are blowing away.
With RePress, leaks are fixed while the distribution net is under pressure, and without dismantling pipes or couplings.
During air compression, heat is generated. This is diverted to the cooling system and released into the atmosphere. However, this thermal energy can be put to good use.
That’s where Energy Recovery comes in. It recovers the heat so it can be used for workspace heating, hot water or industrial processes. Your compressor is “creating” energy. Don’t let it go to waste!
In a multiple compressor installation, central control contributes to a more accurate pressure output and reduced energy consumption. Upgrading equipment to our latest technologies invariably results in efficiency improvements.
SMARTLINK enables you to follow up on the performance and service status of all the equipment in your air compressor room. Detailed reports help you keep track of your energy efficiency, also allowing Energy Management according to ISO 50001
AIRlink is a customizable mobile app, highlighting the key operational status and performance indicators of your compressed air installation from any place and any time.
Your compressed air system is one of your biggest energy consumers. Gaining energy efficiency can have a big impact on your cost, while helping to reduce your CO2 footprint.