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5-Step Process for a Comprehensive Air Audit

Nov. 3, 2022
Industrial companies are identifying ways to lower their compressed air system energy consumption. One of the most popular methods is a comprehensive compressed air assessment, or "air demand analysis". This is the 5-step process that will guide you.

The U.S Department of Energy estimates that only 50% of compressed air is put to productive use - meaning most air systems have significant energy savings potential. This paper defines the 5 steps required in a compressed air audit. By using a real-world example with system information from a magnetic materials manufacturer, each step clearly illustrates how the user achieved a 42% reduction in annual energy costs.

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