Compressed Air Leaks lead to Energy Waste
High energy prices and global competition dictate a need to reduce energy waste and improve system efficiencies. A major contributor to energy waste is compressed air leaks.
Contrary to what some might think, compressed air is not free. In fact, it is estimated that more than 50 percent of all compressed air systems have energy efficiency problems that should be corrected.
Around 30% of all industrial compressed air is usually lost to leaks, resulting in huge losses. A leak that is just 1 mm. can cost a plant upwards of £1.500 per year if it goes undetected.
Calculate how much your Compressed Air Leaks Cost
With this tool you can estimate how much you are losing every year in compressed air leaks and how much you could save by finding and repairing those leaks
Ultrasound is the Most Effective Technology for Leak Detection
Locating leaks using ultrasound technology is fast and easy:
• Directionality of sound waves makes locating the source easy
• Intensity of signal: the closer you get, the more sound you detect
• Fixed frequency, making it effective to locate even in a loud factory environment
Ultrasonic Leak Detectors
An ultrasonic leak detector will help you find compressed air leaks quick and easily.
In most cases, an ultrasonic leak detector will bring a return on investment in less than one year