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Achieving Compressed Air Efficiency: 3 Key Practices

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Compressed air is not only an integral part of the manufacturing process, but it is often referred to as the “fourth utility” at facilities. From small machines shops to paper and pulp mills, every industrial plan uses some kind of compressed air (pneumatic) system.

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Pneumatic Controls and Their Use: A Guide

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Pneumatic control systems are an economical and effective choice for designing commercial buildings. They’re powered by compressed air, and are inherently analog, which makes them ideal for controlling humidity, temperature and pressure.

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Quick-Connect Couplings 101: A Guide

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Quick couplers are used in compressed air applications and hydraulic applications to connect fluid transfer lines without losing fluid pressure. They are designed to connect and disconnect immediately without the need of tools, eliminating the need to bleed the system, close valves or purge entrapped gas when tools are disconnected and replaced.

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Applications of Pneumatic Systems

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What comes to your mind when you picture factories that produce computer boards, cars and coffee grinders? Perhaps a robotic environment with a couple of computerized arms working in an assembly line? In reality, these labs are powered by dozens of pneumatic systems too.

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The Basics of Using Nylon Air Tubing In Pneumatic Systems

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Hoses are reliable tools to transfer compressed air into actuators and valves. They typically consist of an inner layer, spiral and braid fiber, and an outer layer. Together, the layers help control the air flow.

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