Energy Saving with compressed air installations in aluminum
BETTER FOR FACTORIES, BETTER FOR THE PLANET
TESEO products are developed keeping an eye on sustainability since ever.
First in the world to have conceived, patented and realized an aluminum piping system for the distribution of compressed air and fluids, we introduced in the market products with a high efficiency and energy efficiency.
With the same philosophy, we are studying high-tech solutions for sustainable buildings and systems for managing and generating clean energy. Starting from research and development, passing to product manufacturing, till the final installation of the system, Teseo has designed a new type of wind turbine.
The use of TESEO products drastically reduces the need for welding, making the installation faster and safer, but also eliminating harmful fumes contributing to a general improvement in air quality
- Reduction of energy costs
- Reduction of labor, maintenance and operating costs
- Improvement of productivity
The TESEO product is inherently sustainable and offers design solutions reducing the impact on our environment and meeting the guidelines for LEED certification points according to the Green Building Council of the United States (USGBC).
COMPRESSED AIR IS EXPENSIVE: DON’T WASTE IT!
Good tips for new investment
MAKE THE RIGHT CHOICE
You may change your compressor or dryer in future, but your compressed air piping is a fixed utility in your plant.
USE QUALITY PRODUCTS
Original quality piping system will assure reliable performance and expected safety standards in your factory.
CHOOSE THE RIGHT SIZE
The right engineering & sizing of the system is fundamental to save energy, potentially more than any other practice.
INSTALL A LEAK FREE SYSTEM
Modular systems with positive seals will perform better than any threated conventional tubing.
DON’T FOCUS ON INITIAL COST
The cost of components is only a small part of the total investment. Choose systems with the lowest cost of ownership!
COMPRESSED AIR LIFETIME COSTS
Some good general practices…
Prevent and reduce leaks
In a conventional piping system leaks may waste 20-40% of your compressed air. Routinely check your system for leaks.
Reduce air pressure
Reducing the pressure in your system of 1 bar (15 psi) will lead to 7% saving on your annual energy consumption.
Feed compressors with cool air
With 3°C cooler intake air, compressor will save 1% energy to reach the desired working pressure.
Avoid inappropriate use
Check the efficiency of compressed air used for cooling, agitating, mixing or inflating in your factory.