The Real Cost of Compressed Air
As compressed air is used in a huge range of industrial operations, it is critical to understand the cost implications that come with its use and even misuse. The energy created through the use of compressed air is commonly used in many different ways from manufacturing uses to oil-free sensitive breathing air.
It can also be used for a range of tasks as simple as spraying dust off a product with an air gun, or as complicated as helping assist a robotic arm in production. In fact, compressed air is often considered the fourth utility in industrial operations, after electricity, water, and natural gas.