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High-quality compressed air is used in and relied upon by a variety of industries. AirTools WA has the knowledge and experience required to provide the right solution from our diverse range of energy-efficient and dependable compressed air options.
AirTools WA offers a wide variety of industrial air compressors that incorporate the most recent advancements in reciprocating, rotary screw, centrifugal, and portable technology. Catering to most industrial applications, our range of systems includes oil-free, oil-lubricated, single, and variable speed drives.
To complement our range of air compressors, we also stock a huge range of downstream air treatment and accessories, including dryers, filtration devices, condensate treatment, nitrogen generators, heat recovery, and management systems. We make sure you have a complete solution that meets your individual requirements.
With over 16 years of supplying businesses around Western Australia and Australia with specialist expertise and industry-leading air compressors, our team can guide you in the right direction, ensuring you select the right air compressor for the right application.
According to the International Organisation for Standardisation, compressed air can be classified into various air purity levels (IS0). Before you choose which form of compressor to buy, think about if your use environment needs a particular class of air.
ISO Class 0 air quality is frequently used in the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and chemical industries. This is the purest compressed air quality possible, requiring 100 percent air purity. If your application necessitates clean air, an oil-free compressor should always be the recommendation. While the initial costs are higher than those of a conventional lubricated compressor, you can guarantee a clean performance of contaminant and silicone-free air.
Class 0 clean air is not required if you are planning to use the air installation for general use. General use options include the commonly used lubricated compressors which can be found in industrial sectors due to their toughness, reliability, and cost-effectiveness. If you are not sure what you need, we’ll be more than happy to help you out.
Compressor size is something you should consider. We like to ensure that the solution you choose will cope when air demand is high, but not waste energy. A compressor that is too small will struggle to meet air demands, whilst a compressor that is too large will increase your costs through wasted energy.
To help choose the right industrial air compressor size, it’s crucial to know what kind of flow and pressure you need. You’ll need to buy a compressor with enough pressure to provide the results you need for your application. CFM and PSI are measurements that can assist us in determining the right compressor size.
It’s understandable to be unsure when you see so many different technology options, with reciprocating piston compressors to rotary screw compressors, the choices are varied. We’ll work with you to consider factors such as annual running hours, continuous or intermittent supply of air, and air demand fluctuation in situations where usage is varied.
In some situations, we advise enlisting the help of a specialist to perform an air audit. This will further assist in determining air production demand for your system and provide us with valuable information we can use to increase your system’s overall performance. Once we have all the info we need, our team will provide the expert advice you need to make sure you end up with the right solution.
We find that people are generally unaware of how many production processes and services involved in the making of everyday items depend on industrial air compressors. The applications of industrial compressed air are numerous, ranging from food packaging and manufacturing to coating tablets and spray-painting vehicles.
The following are some of the most popular industries and applications for compressed air: