Compressed Air System Services & Maintenance
Compressed Air System Best Practices
It is our objective to help customer achieve optimum compressed air efficiency, minimum downtime, reduce operating costs, improve the operation and performance of equipment and improve environmental outcomes. Our services cover from design, installation, maintenance, repair and overhaul of compressed air components.
Compressor Air-end Overhaul
- Metal spray rotor shaft
- Metal spray end case
- Precision machining of rotor shaft
- Assembly of air-end
Preventive Maintenance or Contract Service
Minimize corrective and breakdown maintenance, maximize the design life span of equipment, and improve plant reliability. Preventive maintenance program result in the greatest benefit within the available budget.
- Routine maintenace
- Emergecy service for our regular customers to get your system up and running quickly
- We are committed to keep your air system in full operation
Electric Motor Rewinding
Repairing of electric motors when the winding fails is known as ‘Rewinding’, ie. unwinding the old rotor and stator windings and replace it with new ones.It can be a cost-effective option especially when its much more cheaper than buying a new motor of same capacity
- Our experienced technicians are committed to quality workmanship
- Each repaired motor was accessed for performance and warranty period
Compressed Air Pipe Installation & Electrical Wiring
Install the right compressed air pipe, avoid pressure loss, Drop and Drip Legs with automatic trap or drain valve
Summary of Best Practices
- Compressed air system should be delivering air at the lowest practical pressure - operating at higher pressure increase: air consumption, the rate of leaks and overall energy consumption.
- Use storage and automatic system controls to anticipate peak demands
- Identify leaks and understand the cost of leakage. Repair all leaks, beginning with the most significant ones.
- Make sure that compressed air is the best alternative for the application
- Determine the minimum practical pressure required for the application and use a blower, rather than a compressor, if appropriate
- Applications that do not require compressed air 100 percent of the time should have the supply shut off when not needed
- Compressor Room -should be clean, dust free, dry and cool. Easily accessible, adequate lighting for maintenance and inspection.
- Air Receiver Tank - should be large to buffer demand surges and allow additional air cooling
- Air distribution piping - should be of sufficient size to minimize pressure drop and allow for expansion.
- Piping Loop System - recommended with all piping sloped to accessible drain points. Air outlets should be taken from the top of the main line so that possible moisture will not enter the outlet.
- Qualified electricain for wiring work
Rental of Air Compressor and Trade in
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