Monthly Archives: September 2016
Similar to the pipes that send compressed air to its end use, tubing and hoses play a crucial role in a compressed air system. Often, these parts, as well as their quick disconnect couplings are used between pipes and the end use application or the compressor and the pipes themselves. These parts, however are … Continue reading Mistakes We Make When Choosing Hoses, Tubing and Quick Disconnect Couplings
Compressed air plays a crucial role in the automotive industry. It is used in every aspect, like manufacturing parts with pneumatic equipment, air brushing paint onto the bodies of the cars, and efficient vehicle maintenance, among others. That is why it is not at all surprising that every body shop and auto service center makes … Continue reading Cast Iron vs Aluminum: Which is a Better Auto Shop Compressor?
Everyone knows that your compressor is the heart of your entire air system. However, that does not mean that we should ignore all the other components that make up the system. Like a fully functioning human body that needs all of its organs healthy, a fully working compressed air system requires all of its components … Continue reading Picking Proper Piping
Business owners and managers often worry about the kind of compressor they should get for their factories that they often overlook one aspect that is really important – where you’ll put the compressor. Because unlike other equipment used and operated by people the whole day, they are often placed in a space that is a … Continue reading Why You Shouldn’t Compress Your Compressor’s Space
C.E.D. Compressed Air is a platinum distributor for Atlas Copco and takes advantage of the size and the depth of its product line and 140 year history. Atlas Copco is equipped with a modern research and development department. Atlas Copco is a leading edge company that sets the bar for all other manufacturers.