Almost all manufacturing plants use compressed air. Compressed air takes up 10 to 30% of the electrical bill of an average industrial company. Being significantly costlier than electricity, research has shown that factories can spill up to 50% of their compressed air consumption. There is a considerable amount of compressed air which gets lost due to leakages or inefficient production procedures.
To increase and manage the efficiency of compressed air systems, compressed air savings is crucial and important. By optimizing usage of compressed air and saving on energy and costs, it helps the system become more reliable, sustainable, and productive. In this whitepaper, VPInstruments guides you through the top ten best practices that you can apply right away to save compressed air in your plant.