Customer Success Story: Keep It Under Control

By: Michael Camber

Problem:

A Tier 1 automotive seating and electrical supplier was interested in taking advantage of local utility rebate incentives. For their compressed air needs, they had been relying on four compressors manufactured in the 1980’s, inherited from a sister plant. Each unit operated in modulation control and was manually switched on and off, leaving the units continually fighting each other, resulting in wasted energy, fluctuating pressure, and increased maintenance costs. Continue reading “Customer Success Story: Keep It Under Control”

70% Savings: How One Customer Saved Big by Replacing a Modulating Compressor

By: Michael Camber

A Kentucky lumber mill was planning to add a new line, and the plant manager was looking into buying another air compressor. A colleague at a sister facility estimated they would need at least an additional 75 hp to meet the increased demands, so the plant manager requested pricing on 75 hp and 100 hp units.  The existing system was based on a 40 hp modulating compressor, running nearly continuously. Continue reading “70% Savings: How One Customer Saved Big by Replacing a Modulating Compressor”

Customer Success Story: The Sweet Sound of Savings

By: Michael Camber

Problem:

A music studio equipment manufacturer had problems maintaining steady pressure with their compressed air system. Additionally, there never seemed to be enough air to meet production demand despite having both a 50 hp and a 75 hp rotary screw compressor. Month after month, energy costs soared with the compressors being the highest consumers. And during the summer months, increased condensate in the lines caused severe air quality issues. Continue reading “Customer Success Story: The Sweet Sound of Savings”