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New guide to oil-free compressed air

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BOGE Compressors publish comprehensive guide to production of 100% oil-free compressed air

BOGE Compressors, suppliers of industrial compressed-air systems, have published a comprehensive new guide which explains the key differences between the different types of air compressors, as well as the important factors that should be considered for the reliable production of 100% oil-free compressed air.

Available as a free download from www.boge.co.uk, BOGE Compressors say the new guide is a must-read for professionals in all sectors, providing everything readers need to know to understand oil-free compressed air and how to produce it for use in their particular application.

The guide highlights the most important considerations when selecting a compressed-air unit to meet the requirements of a specific application, including: the key differences between oil-free and oil-injected systems; the varying ranges of oil-free compressors available; and the significant benefits of ‘dry-running’ units in comparison with their lubrication-aided counterparts.

The guide also supplies valuable information on the key areas where businesses can improve the energy efficiency of their compressed-air systems, such as through using variable-speed drives and installing heat-recovery technology.

‘Specifying the best system for a particular application and environment can be a time-consuming exercise and requires specialist knowledge to get it right,’ said Mark Whitmore, general manager at BOGE Compressors UK.

‘This new guide goes a long way in providing businesses with the information necessary to make an informed decision on the type of compressor they need. We recommend also consulting with the experts before making a final decision.’

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