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Energy efficiency in compressed air systems

35% of the costs in generating compressed air go to waste* yet industry tends to live with these inefficiencies due to the advantages that compressed air use brings. It is therefore imperative that additional waste should be avoided.

Companies with energy efficient production lines benefit from a reduction in total costs and long term profitability.

Act now and find out how you can reduce your compressed air energy costs! Take a look at our guide that includes practical advice and suggests steps you can take now to start maximising your energy efficiency.

Take the first step to implement a new strategy and reduce costs, by contacting us to arrange for a Managers Energy Efficiency Experience now!

Gary Fuller

Energy Programme Manager
Festo Training & Consulting

*Source: Compressed air systems in European Union ISI 2000

Useful information to help you reduce your energy costs:

Energy Efficiency Experience
The aim of our Managers Energy Efficiency Experience that takes place at your premises is to establish your actual energy saving needs in relation to air consumption and usage in the production areas.

See how these savings can be made 'sustainable' without the need for expensive initial outlay.

For more information please contact your local ERIKS Service Centre on 0845 006 6000.

Free - Energy efficiency in compressed air systems guide
Our guide highlights the hidden costs associated with compressed air and provides practical advice on how to lower your costs and maximise your energy efficiency.

To download your copy click on the document link below right

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