Announcing Kaeser’s Latest Blog Entry on Trimming Compressed Air Waste
Kaeser Compressors, Inc. has published a new blog entry to company blog Kaeser Talks Shop: www.kaesertalksshop.com.
Authored by System Design and Engineering Manager Neil Mehltretter, the blog entry explains what artificial demand in compressed air systems is and gives a quick, easy, and free way to help reduce it.
“While plants may take a look at the leaks in their compressed air system, they usually ignore artificial demand,” explained blogger Neil Mehltretter. “Since artificial demand can account for 10-15% of the air in your system, this is an overlooked area of savings potential.”
For more technical resources for the compressed air industry, Kaeser's blog features additional articles such as:
• Consider All the Costs of Compressed Air
• Receiver Tanks for Small Compressed Air Systems
• Piston Versus Rotary Screw Compressors
• and CAGI Data Sheets: An Apples to Apples Comparison
To read the complete blog entry, visit www.kaesertalksshop.com. For more information on Kaeser’s latest blog entry, call (877) 417-3527.