Kaeser Compressors, Inc. has published a new blog entry to company blog Kaeser Talks Shops, authored by System Design and Engineering Manager Neil Mehltretter, that explains artificial demand in compressed air systems and gives a quick, easy, and free way to help reduce it.
"While plants may take a look at the leaks in their compressed air system, they usually ignore artificial demand," explained blogger Neil Mehltretter. "Since artificial demand can account for 10-15% of the air in your system, this is an overlooked area of savings potential."
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Kaeser is a leader in reliable, energy efficient compressed air equipment and system design. We offer a complete line of superior quality industrial air compressors as well as dryers, filters, SmartPipe™, master controls, and other system accessories. Kaeser also offers blowers, vacuum pumps, and portable diesel screw compressors. Our national service network provides installation, rentals, maintenance, repair, and system audits. Kaeser is an ENERGY STAR Partner.