It can be nearly silent, making it a challenge to detect. It can quietly be stealing your profits and wasting energy. When it comes to the financial security of your company, it may not even be on your radar, yet it can reduce the competitiveness of your company, depleting resources. You may even be walking right past it, stepping over it or simply have gotten used to it. It is the issue of leaking compressed air, and the larger your company and the more important compressed air and other gasses are to the operation of your organization, the more it may be costing you.
Part of the problem is we tend to view compressed air as a commodity. It is something we use and air, after all, is free right? Not exactly. Leaking compressed air is like leaving a window open in the winter. It is like having your air conditioning on high when you are on vacation. It is like driving with 1,000 lbs of bricks in the bed of your truck. You are using energy you are paying for to produce this wasted compressed air. It is not being put to proper use. In fact, it is estimated that about 30% of all compressed air produced is wasted. Imagine if you were wasting 30% of your other resources?
Not only are these leaks wasting the energy to produce compressed air, but it is also putting needless strain on equipment, creating potentially higher maintenance and equipment replacement costs. What may seem to be a small issue can cost a company into the hundreds, thousands, and even tens of thousands of dollars monthly in wasted energy and needless maintenance costs. Annualized, the waste in energy and financial resources can be staggering. The good news is that this problem can be addressed, and technology makes it simpler and more effective and efficient than ever. You can take steps to monitor, map and make compressed air loss repairs and put a stop to leaking profits today.
Yes, There’s an App For That
The Leak Survey App from UE Systems is a terrific, must have way to produce a compressed air or gas leak survey that you can use to identify, map and ultimately address leaks. Not only can the app and UltraProbe 3000 detect compressed air leaks, but when selected on the app’s interface, it can be set to detect argon, helium, oxygen and natural gas leaks as well. Pairing this app with your UP 3000 will quickly grant you a return on your investment as you find, tag, fix and report leaks with ease. The Leak Survey App & The UP 3000 is the perfect pair for compressed air. You are invited to watch a short video on the use of this innovative, money-saving app and learn more on the UE Systems website.
For over four decades, UE Systems has produced thousands of ergonomically designed portable, and incredibly accurate airborne/structure borne ultrasonic instruments. These instruments have saved users tens of thousands of dollars in premature failure detection, elimination of downtime, increased productivity, and overall replacement costs.
UE Systems is headquartered in Elmsford NY, USA with offices throughout Europe, Asia, Middle East & the Americas. UE Systems also works 200+ distribution partners globally. UE Systems is the world-leading manufacturer of technology and can assist any location in the world. Are you leaking profits? Contact UE Systems Inc. and take the ultrasound approach to leak detection.