4 steps to have a good nights' sleep

What can be better than a good night's sleep, knowing that everything in your factory is going smoothly? Here are 4 easy steps to make sure your compressed air/ gas systems are working properly and give you peace in mind every night.

Step 1: Monitoring

Understanding energy consumption empowers you to find savings. Research has shown that a factory spills up to 50% of their compressed air consumption. Companies with an energy management system in place are more profitable in the long run. An energy monitoring system entitles you to save your energy and money by providing insight into the energy flows; not only compressed air but also other utilities. Learn more about energy monitoring here:


Step 2: Measure your compressed air/ gas

Compressed air and inert gases like helium, argon, nitrogen, and others, are expensive. The measurement figures from the flow meters will show you where, when and how much air or industrial gas is used. Use actual data to justify improvement investments and maintenance management in order to allocate costs and subsequently save money and energy. How to start measuring? Here is your free training on flow measurement:


Step 3: Measure your power consumption

No more guessing how much power is used in every step of your production process, from the compressor to the dryer and pump. Use power meters to gain more insight into your power consumption. It allows you to optimize your production process, quickly detect malfunctions and even increase your efficiency. What are you waiting for?


Step 4: Measure your dew point

Maintaining the dew point of your compressed air or gas system ensures a longer life for your equipment and reduces maintenance costs. It is therefore recommended that the humidity level of your installation is constantly monitored. This insight helps you avoid exceeding acceptable limits. Learn more about the important of dew point measurement here:


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