3 Reasons Why You Need to Stop Leaking Compressed Air

Compressed air is not free, but with the proper management program and system review it can be much less expensive.  Identifying the problems with your current compressed air system now will save you time and money in the future.

  1. Compressed air audits help to identify leaks that can occur in any part of the system. These leaks have the potential to account for as much as 20-40% of your compressed air consumption.  Fixing your leaks will directly affect your electric bill resulting in reduced spending at your facility.
  2. Reducing your energy consumption by $100,000 will have the same net income effect of $2,000,000 in added sales (assuming a 5% net margin). Saving energy is a great way to bring money to your bottom line.
  3. Pay back for a typical compressed air audit is also measured in months, not years. This is due to the direct impact on your current energy costs associated with fixing leaks in your system.  You will see the effects almost immediately.

A compressed air audit is a quick and efficient option that can help reduce your operational expenses and bring more money to your bottom line.  If you’re interested in either of the above, contact us to see if we can help improve your facility.


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