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System Design and Engineering Manager Neil Mehltretter explains what artificial demand in compressed air systems is and gives a quick, easy and free way to help reduce it.
Kaeser Compressors Inc. has published a new blog entry to company blog Kaeser Talks Shop: www.kaesertalksshop.com.
Authored by System Design and Engineering Manager Neil Mehltretter, the blog entry explains what artificial demand in compressed air systems is and gives a quick, easy and free way to help reduce it.
"While plants may take a look at the leaks in their compressed air system, they usually ignore artificial demand," says Mehltretter. "Since artificial demand can account for 10 to 15 percent of the air in your system, this is an overlooked area of savings potential."
For more technical resources for the compressed air industry, Kaeser’s blog features articles such as:
- Consider All the Costs of Compressed Air
- Receiver Tanks for Small Compressed Air Systems
- Piston Versus Rotary Screw Compressors
- CAGI Data Sheets: An Apples to Apples Comparison