Compressed Air Systems is excited to announce that we have partnered with the team at Kaeser Compressors to offer an informative webinar on September 24th, 2015 at 11AM EST.
Compressed Air Systems has partnered with a number of different industries to help them improve their equipment and run more efficient operations. From the United States Postal Service to Lockheed Martin, but one of the more unusual applications of our systems was to help prove that ships could disappear in the Bermuda Triangle.
The spirits industry is undergoing a renaissance, as there’s renewed interest in “hard” liquor varieties such as bourbon, whiskey, vodka, and gin. The difference between the cocktail days of the 1950s and today is not the quantity of the alcohol, but the quality. Modern consumers are clamoring for great tasting, first-rate spirits; the only way […]
A commonly overlooked aspect of air compressor installation is the location. In many instances, the space is too small and not capable of providing the compressor its much-needed standard temperature rating. To function properly and provide clean air, compressors must be housed in an amply-spaced area—mostly for the fact that the compressor needs to have […]
Compressed Air Systems had the opportunity to once again exhibit at the annual FLAGFA Spring Conference. This year’s event was held at the Plaza Resort & Spa in sunny Daytona Beach, FL, but the weather took a back seat to the stunning event taking place indoors. With so many informative exhibitions and presentations, the FLAGFA […]
Many users of compressed air systems don’t fully realize the implications of disregarding condensate drains. Though compressed air condensate is usually just condensed water, it may contain trace amounts of oil, particulate matter, and other contaminants—any of which can be detrimental to equipment and processes. To avoid unnecessary maintenance and ensure optimal productivity in your […]
Compressed Air Systems, Inc. has been an industry mainstay for over 50 years, providing customers with high-quality compressor, vacuum, and blower systems, as well as professional in-house and field services. Our company started with just five people, but we currently have over 40 compressed air experts on the team; we attribute much of the company’s […]
If you suspect that air leakage is negatively affecting your compressor, you need to take immediate action to correct the issue. Leakage is a more significant problem than many people realize; the smallest unintentional leak can lead to poor performance and wasted energy within your system.
When choosing a new or used air compressor, it is critical to find a product that closely matches your application needs. There are many variables to consider when making your choice, such as product size, style, horsepower, energy efficiency, and others. You’re going to need a lot of information before making a decision.