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BCAS launches guide to compressed air installation

24 March 2023

The British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) has launched a new compressed air installation best practice guide (BPG 101-6).

The guide covers ‘installation’ in terms of the collection of equipment and processes within the compressed air system.

It provides essential information that can help reduce energy consumption and ensure maximum uptime, while meeting legislative requirements to ensure health and safety is prioritised. It offers step-by-step information for the correct specification, installation and maintenance of compressed air equipment as well as its end-of-life removal.

The reliability of compressed air systems is a major consideration for operators, as any issues with supply can result in potential downtime.  In addition, selecting the right equipment can be a complex task. It can affect everything from maintenance schedules and costs to ongoing air purity (quality), as well as the annual electrical energy cost of air production, which can be several times the cost of the original equipment.

Companies can purchase the guide either as a PDF download or a hard-wearing, bound copy directly from the BCAS website

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