Product Announcement from UE Systems, Inc.
According to the US Department of Energy 1/3 of all compressed air used in the US are lost to leaks. This is an alarming statistic that has global consequences since there are many facilities around the world that use compressed air. Compressed air is not free. Leaks not only cost money, they have environmental consequences as well.
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Steam leaks reduce system efficiencies, negatively impact on product quality and have a negative impact on a company’s bottom line. Condensate buildup can produce corrosion, cool off piping sections and kill a product run.
By incorporating a planned proactive approach to maintaining compressed air and steam systems, locating sources of waste, identifying and repairing leaks can go a long way to improving a company’s profitability.
This guide offers procedures, formula and reporting concepts to help implement successful compressed air leak and steam trap surveys.
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