Have questions about CompressAir? We have answers!
An air audit can identify leaks and inefficiencies, ensure system optimization, improve energy reduction, and lead to long term cost savings.
CFM stands for cubic feet per minute (cu ft/min). CFM is the measurement of velocity in which air flows in or out of a space.
Service intervals depend on different variables such as hours of operation, site conditions, lubricant type, compressor type, etc. Our sales team can help you determine appropriate service intervals. Contact us to schedule a free on site consultation.
We have two locations – one in LaPorte, Indiana and one in Elkhart, Indiana. We also have a full time sales representative in Chicagoland.
Our office is open 7:00 am to 4:00 pm Monday – Friday.
Yes, we have service technicians on call 24/7 – 365 days a year. If you have an after hours emergency and need a technician you can reach them by calling the office in your area and following the prompts that will transfer you directly to the service technician on call.
No, we service industrial compressors. However we can sell parts to individuals wanting to do their own repairs. We are able to source most makes and models or direct you to where you need to go.
We have trained technicians that can service all makes and models or compressed air equipment.
We are a one stop shop offering custom piping installation, sales and service on compressed air equipment, air receiver tanks, vacuum pumps and duct work.
Yes, we sell Sullair’s full air treatment product line as well as Mikropor.
We have a large inventory of emergency and service parts at both of our locations. Our service technicians also stock their vans with the most popular service parts.
It depends on what type of clean filtration is required for your system and the level of dryness air you need. Example, in humid months you may need to use a dryer so that your end supply air isn’t full of moisture.
It is important because that is how water removed from the cleanup equipment gets out of the system. You will see a build up on these drains. Too much build up can cause your drains to stop working and cause further problems.
An average it helps remove 65%.
You can potentially receive a rebate from your local energy provider by switching to a more energy efficient machine. Our seven-day air audit can highlight system inefficiencies and more. Then our staff can recommend appropriate changes or equipment upgrades. CompressAir will help assist you with the paperwork required by the energy provider when you submit a rebate request.
On an average 25% of your electric bill can be attributed to your compressor. Compressed air is considered a manufacturer’s 4th utility.
Cost to Operate = ((Brake Horsepower) * (0.746) * (hours of operation) * (cost of power ))/( motor efficiency)
Compressed Air is considered the 4th Utility. It can cost your customer a lot of money. Get in touch to find out ways we can help you cut costs and operate a more efficient system.