Our installation and pipework engineers are experienced in designing and installing bespoke compressed air pipework installations for your worksite. We can design and install a complete system or we can just add an extra drop or modification to the existing ring-main. We can either give a quotation based on a drawing or sketch or do a full on-site survey. The purpose of the compressed air pipe system is to deliver compressed air to the points of use. The compressed air needs to be delivered with enough volume, appropriate air quality and pressure to properly power the tools in your workplace. In most applications we recommend a ring main system with drops down as this allows equal air flow around the ring-main and to each drop and individual tool. Typical Compressed Air System Designs
We regularly install:
Galvanized Steel 1/4” | 1/2” | 3/4” | 1” | 1 1/2” | 2”
AIRnet 20mm | 25mm | 40mm | 50mm
TESEO AP22 | AP28 | AP36 | AP67 | AP110 | AP195
Typical Compressed Air System Designs
A poorly designed compressed air system can increase energy costs, promote equipment failure and increase maintenance requirements. It can also produce production inefficiencies including downtime.
We offer medium galvanised steel or aluminium AIRnet or TESEO pipe and fittings and we can recommend which would best suit your worksite.
Galvanised steel is more robust so in an area that is prone to impacts may be more durable. AIRnet and TESEO are more modern aluminium pipework systems. These are quicker to install, lighter weight, corrosion resistant and leak free. No gluing, welding, threading or crimping is required. The aluminium systems are also easier to modify once installed and generally easier to work with.
Our pipework team are experienced, fully trained and will comply with all your worksite Health and Safety requirements.
Some examples of installations we have already carried out