Monthly Archives: February 2017
In our previous post, we have discussed with you the importance of optimizing your compressed air system. We have also given you three of our top tips to help you do just that. Now if you have, indeed, followed those tips then you are probably seeing the positive changes they deliver. Most probably, you are … Continue reading How to Optimize Your Compressed Air System (Part II)
You may have heard somewhere that for industrial plants, compressed air is among the most expensive utilities and that it quite a poor way to transmit energy to your industrial machines. However, it is not likely that you would convert all your industrial tools and machines to direct-drive electric just for energy efficiency’s sake. Whatever … Continue reading How to Optimize Your Compressed Air System (Part I)
PVC is a very lightweight, quite inexpensive, and almost always readily available at local construction supply stores. It is for these reasons that this material is often chosen for piping material for compressed air systems. However, what not many people know is that there are actually risks in using it. In fact, there are … Continue reading Why You Should Rethink Using PVC for Your Pipes
For big industrial plants, one of the biggest considerations they have to make when choosing a rotary screw compressor is whether they should go with a water-cooled or an air-cooled unit. Well, both of these versions have their own advantages and disadvantages. Generally, majority of the rotary screw compressors installed are air-cooled. They are, … Continue reading Air-Cooled Vs. Water-Cooled Compressor
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.