One of the most common questions we get asked about aluminium compressed air piping is what size air pipe is needed for our client’s system. Unfortunately, this isn’t a one size fits all industry. Some people have greater compressed air requirements than others and if you choose a pipe that is undersized, your system’s performance can […]
In a compressed air piping system, a reducing tee allows you to join the same size air pipe with an intersecting smaller pipe to form a T junction. Reducing tees are used to redirect the pipeline to a dropper which may be connected to a piece of equipment such as an air hose reel.
Infinity High Flow fittings, are available in 63mm, 80mm and 110mm sizes.
The compressed air pipe industry is rapidly changing across Australia, and in doing so, moving away from traditional materials that have been used in the reticulation of airline systems.
Aluminium piping is now the Australian industry standard for compressed air but plastic fittings is not!
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Laminar flow is an integral component of compressed air efficiency. Believe it or not, laminar flow is controlled solely by the airline used in a compressed air system.
One of the greatest lessons you could learn when it comes to compressed air distribution is to never underestimate the damage that can be caused by condensation and contamination.
The Australian compressed air industry has long been dominated by plastic and galvanised steel piping products