Air Compressors in Ski Resorts

February 22, 2017

Skiing ranges are generally associated with mountains, which most people perceive as being cold enough to produce snow year round. However, natural snow levels are often inefficient for optimal use at ski resorts. These businesses instead rely on artificial snow production, created by pumping cold water high into the air with the power of compressed… Read More

How Quieter Compressors Benefit Your Workplace

February 20, 2017

The modern workplace is full of noise. Whether you’re in a machine shop or office environment, loud sounds are everywhere, generated by a variety of machines that allow you the opportunity to carry out your work. While some loud sounds are unavoidable at work, many can be prevented through the use of noise reduction equipment… Read More

A Guide on When to Fix or Replace an Air Compressor

February 15, 2017

Compressed air systems form the backbone of industrial manufacturing, are an essential component of medical facilities and are even responsible for keeping commercial food services running. Needless to say, many of the things that Americans have come to take for granted are only possible with the assistance of compressed air. Compressed air systems provide consistent,… Read More

Hospital Air System Savings

February 8, 2017

Hospitals rely on air compressors for a whole host of functions that range from facility operation to patient care. As such, compressed air systems often account for a sizable chunk of a hospital’s overhead. Understandably, saving money on compressed air in hospitals has become a primary goal among system operators who wish to cut down… Read More

Snow Removal, Ice Chilling and More Winter Work for Air Compressors

December 8, 2016

In regions where snow and ice are part of the winter season, air compressors are used in various ways for leisure, work, winterizing and safety. We’ve described some popular ways to use an air compressor for DIY projects and  provided a wide range of applications that compressors are used for in an industrial setting. In… Read More

Helium Beer: Truth or Myth?

December 1, 2016

Helium Beer: Truth or Myth? The craft beer world is no stranger to bold creations. From Dogfish Head’s “Celest-jewel-ale” — the only beer infused with genuine lunar meteorite dust — to independent brewer Tom Seefurth’s Mamma Mia Pizza Beer, which is exactly what it sounds like, the industry is never short of bizarre creations, boundary-pushing… Read More

How Home Breweries and Independent Beer Companies Are Using Compressed Air

November 17, 2016

How Home Breweries and Independent Beer Companies Are Using Compressed Air There’s a lot that goes into producing a great bottle of beer. Quality ingredients are essential, as is an intimate understanding of brewing techniques. But ultimately, it is reliable machinery that turns your vision into something that is safe and satisfying to drink. Modern… Read More

Sound Reduction for Air Compressors

November 16, 2016

Air compressors drive numerous processes across the automotive, canned goods and furnishings sectors. As such, air compressors of various models and sizes work around the clock, minute by minute, hour by hour at factories, manufacturing plants and workshops across North America and around the world. With prolonged operation, compressors can become a source of noise,… Read More

Getting the Most Out of Your Compressor: A Guide for Breweries

November 10, 2016

Getting the Most out of Your Compressor: A Guide for Breweries Compressed air is a mainstay in almost any independent or craft brewery. You likely already take steps to keep your boilers, hoppers, fermentation tanks and other equipment working its best — shouldn’t you be doing the same for your air compressor? In this article,… Read More

How Do Oil-Free Air Compressors Work?

November 9, 2016

Compressed air is only as good as its purity. When your process is exposed to oil, it becomes increasingly difficult to keep air clean, increasing the costs you’ll face — especially as you use more and more air. To address this concern, many companies are turning to oil-free or oil-less air compressors. Today, oil-free compressors… Read More