The production of compressed air involves significant costs, which is why even a small leak can lead to substantial losses. Detecting and eliminating these leaks is a common challenge. To reduce these losses, modern equipment for detecting compressed air leaks is used. They provide information about leaks, their size, and the associated costs. This knowledge helps establish a plan for corrective actions.
By detecting and eliminating leaks in a timely manner, it’s possible to save up to 35% of the energy costs associated with compressors. Continuous leak detection can also reduce the number of compressors needed to maintain the system and lower the pressure in the installation. Therefore, regular inspections of the installation, including the compressor room, pipes, hoses, and endpoints, are recommended. Ultrasonic inspections and machine maintenance are also advised to ensure efficient operation.
Drawing. Fragment from the compressed air leaks report
Energy Trend offers compressed air leak detection services. After the service is performed, you will receive a report containing a photo of each leak, a description of its location, and information about its size. Each leak will be precisely marked and described, allowing for a quick and effective repair.