More leaks than a government department?
They don’t create puddles or burn-out & stop production, that’s why air leaks are last in the chain of maintenance. Their source is often well-hidden, or located in hard-to-reach places. Seek them out with an air leak detection survey. Using ultrasonic leak detection with parabolic microphones (no ladders/scaffolding required, so no interruption to a working day) we ‘listen in’ to leaks, tagging them for repair.
The benefits of sealing leaks isn’t just saving money from wasted production. A leak is an open sore, allowing moisture in & forcing excess load on your system, making it work harder to maintain output & creating a fluctuating system pressure. The drop in pressure forces plant to use more #energy, for longer, shortening life-span. In a poorly maintained system 30% of air capacity can be lost to leaks. As the cost of energy is normally the most expensive item in your total system costs the leak is an on-going capital expense. A 1/4 inch leak could cost thousands yearly (based upon PSIG, cost per kWh annual hours operation).
Properly actioned, a report puts you ahead of the competition, because sadly, most companies don't pay attention to leakage problems.
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