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Transair Compressed Air System Design Example

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1. Stud Fitting

2. Wall Bracket

3. Ball Valve

4. Vented Valve

5. Plug-in Reducer

6. Fixing Clip

7. 1/2" ID (16.5 mm) Pipe

8. Reducing Bracket

9. Equal Pipe-to-Pipe

10. 1-1/2" (40 mm) Pipe

11. Remote Control Shut-Off Valve

12. Equal Tee

13. Pipe-to-Pipe Connector with Vent

14. Pilot Kit

15. 2-1/2" (63 mm) Pipe

16. Modular Cantilever Bracket

17. Blowgun

18. Hose Reel

19. Mini Valve

20. Recoil Tubing

 

21. Air Distribution Column (4 or 6 port)

22. Automatic Coupler

23. Equal Elbow

24. Mini-Bracket

25. Braided PVC Hose

26. Reducing Tee

27. 45° Elbow

28. Fixture Canalis

29. End Cap

30. Bracket

 

The purpose of the compressed air piping system is to deliver compressed air to the points of usage. The compressed air needs to be delivered with enough volume, appropriate quality, and pressure to properly power the components that use the compressed air. Compressed air is costly to manufacture.

A poorly designed compressed air system can increase energy costs, promote equipment failure, reduce production efficiencies, and increase maintenance requirements. It is generally considered true that any additional costs spent improving the compressed air piping system will pay for themselves many times over the life of the system.

Compressed air is utilized in many commercial industrial facilities and is considered a utility essential to production. Transair's aluminum compressed air pipe system provides airtight fittings with full bore flow creating a more energy efficient system.

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