Optimising your compressed air system can generate massive savings, says Southern Manufacturing 2020 exhibitor, CEJN UK. The firm says that it often sees leakages account for 20-30% of total on-site energy consumption. When leakages occur, compressors have to work harder to maintain working pressure – the firm estimates a 1mm hole will waste a remarkable £700 a year. Hose clamps are often to blame, says the firm. Replacing leaking hoses and poorly fitting clamps are the first stage to optimising compressed air systems; CEJN UK offers quick-connect solutions for all types of media from compressed air to ultra-high-pressure hydraulics.
When ineffective hoses have been replaced and leaking clamps have been removed, the next step in the optimisation process is to put the right product at the right place. Optimised tools and components with the lowest possible pressure drop will put less stress on the compressor. To help achieve this, CEJN UK offers a free downloadable guide available here. Experts will also be available at the show to help with your compressed air and pneumatic problems.
Meet CEJN UK on stand M150 or find out more at www.cejnuk.com