If you work in a business that manufactures food and beverages, pharmaceuticals or electronics and you require the use of compressed air then you will no doubt know the importance of having high quality compressed air on hand. Compressed air can contain unwanted substances like oil and water, so it’s important that the compressed air you’re using is up to the required standard for the job. Poor quality compressed air can affect operations and, depending on where you’re using the compressed air, these unwanted substances can impair your production results, staff health and end up costing you more money.
Luckily there are common international standards in place that you can use to check if your compressed air is up to scratch. These standards are also great to refer to for continued monitoring of your compressed air, and to make sure it’s always at the quality you require. Read on to find out more.