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Monthly Archives: February 2015

Compressed air could prove to be a valuable ‘lubricant’ for sailing vessels, providing them with a hovercraft-like cushion on which to float through the water with less resistance. Air lubrication was the subject of a recent Lloyd’s List Aronnax column,…

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From February 20th 2015, new EU rules mean ovens must be more energy efficient – for example, by improving door seals to retain more heat – but further up the food supply chain, a focus on the use of compressed…

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airline fittings

Your choice of airline type and airline fittings will depend on the type of compressed air installation you are working with, and it’s sensible to know from the outset which materials you plan to use. The airline fittings will naturally…

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In industries where compressed air is a core component in getting the job done, checking the integrity of air compressor parts may be a common element in planned maintenance procedures. But when you work in an industry where air compressors feel…

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