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Compressed air treatment services

17 August 2010

The service department operated by Hi-line Industries employs experienced personnel, dedicated to its own range of compressed air treatment products but also trained on competitor’s equipment

This enables them to provide a discrete third party support to compressor companies and other OEM’s. Many Hi-line products are sold ‘unbranded’ for incorporation into compressed air equipment packages offered by other manufacturers and suppliers.

For these companies, Hi-line can provide maintenance, servicing and spares back-up, covering their own and competitors’ equipment, while their engineers use overalls, vehicles and service reports that are un-liveried.

Typical service operations undertaken for Hi-line equipment include:
 Compressed air dryers – checking both refrigerant and desiccant
 Dryer maintenance packages
 Air treatment – total care agreements
 Air dryer dewpoint control including retrofitting AEMS (automatic energy management systems) to any make of dryer
 Updating dryer control panels from analogue to digital or touch screen
 All makes of adsorption and refrigerant dryers repaired and serviced, including desiccant changes

All the service engineers are ACRIB registered (www.acrib.org.uk) with approvals as a safe refrigerant handlers. Hi-line are also a REFCOM accredited company (www.refcom.org.uk) working in association with DEFRA and Department of Environment, with a company registration scheme operating to higher standards than those stipulated in the F-Gas Regulations.

Whatever the service requirements, Hi-line have trained, well presented and qualified engineers to support their own and competitors compressed air treatment equipment. Typical additional operations include:

 Energy audits – compressed air flow analysis
 Breathing air analysis and certification
 Gas generation and separation
 Air handling units and modified atmospheres
 Condensate separator maintenance
 Compressor data logging with iTack
 Vessel and receiver inspection and pressure certification
 Filter element replacement
 Dewpoint measurement
 Pipework installations and modifications
 Hygiene stainless steel pipework by coded welders
 Vacuum systems
 Leak surveys


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