Price reduction on compressed air
AbstractThis article will try to offer a way to determine the price of compressed air for a typical industrial system, as well as ways to reduce it. It is well known that compressed air is not quite as inexpensive as it is often thought, the size of the pipe is not always properly chosen, and performance of a selected cylinder is not most advantageous. If you are confronted with these facts, we are very close to the possibility of reducing the cost of compressed air. As a result, any investment may therefore be a multiple return.
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