COMPRESSED AIR SYSTEMS AND SOLUTIONS

Your business relies on compressed air to function. Our expertise in compressed air systems enables us to find the best solution, for you. We believe that the pressure should stay in the pipe, and not on your finances so we work with businesses like yours to fix faults, optimise efficiency, and reduce downtime.

The end result is the right solution at the right time, every time.

From on-site inspections to audit your compressed air systems to rapid repairs when needed, we’re your business’s perfect partner in compressed air. Our specialist technicians become your specialist technicians. We are also a part of international compressed air group – PneuTech Group. Our international contacts are available to source the best compressors available and our New Zealand-based team are here to consult you on the best solution for your unique needs.

Why not begin your journey to better and more efficient compressed air and safety by choosing one of our solutions below.

Our Products & Services

Many years of hands-on experience in pneumatic, electrical, mechanical and industrial gas fields, data logging, remote monitoring, full system design, and preventative maintenance planning. Read more...

From 7.5kW to 4,400kW fixed speed, variable speed, permanent magnet, turbo, low pressure, high pressure and more – we have your every need covered. Read more...

Realise huge cost-savings for your business by generating your own nitrogen gas on-site. Industrial Air has a unique containerized modular system, perfect for plug-and-play nitrogen gas production. Read more...

Generally recognised as the best choice for compressed air reticulation, our Alu Air range is suitable for all compressed air and nitrogen gas applications from 20mm to 250mm piping. Read more...

Refrigerated, desiccant, heat-of-compression dryers; low to high pressure, process and sterile filtration Read more...

270 Ltr to 50,000 Ltr painted, galvanised or stainless steel air & gas receivers certified for NZ standards and seismic requirements Read more...

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Industrial Air Systems Blog

View some of our latest projects, money saving tips to put profits back into your bottom line, and interesting compressed air articles to improve your system.

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The benefits of on-site nitrogen generators for breweries

July, 14 2020

Beer has long been the drink of choice for many Kiwis over the years and this popularity only continues to increase with the rise of craft beer. While popping down to your local shops to pick up a beer or two is simple enough, the process behind producing beer is actually quite complex. Large steel tanks are used nowadays to produce high volumes of beer and high-tech automated systems are used to keep the whole operation ticking along in the background.

These types of systems for beer production can come with an expensive price tag however, recent advancements in technology which include the use of on-site nitrogen generation have seen brewers save impressive amounts of money throughout the brewing process.

What materials should you use for compressed air piping?

June, 18 2020

Compressed air piping is essential for your compressed air system to operate – without compressed air piping, there’s no way for compressed air to get to where it needs to. Piping that’s inefficient for the job at hand or faulty could result in lost pressure, contamination and wasted power so it’s important to make sure that the piping you’re using is suitable for your factory or plant.

If you’re needing to install a new compressed air system or perhaps overhaul what you already have then it’s important to make sure that all components of your compressed air system are in correct working order – and that includes the piping that you use!

When is a rotary screw compressor better than a piston compressor?

May, 19 2020

There are now so many different types of air compressor on the market that it can be hard to decide which compressor will work best for your requirements. Popular types of air compressor available include the rotary screw compressor, and the piston compressor. Both have their own particular uses and benefits, but what’s the difference?

To help you decide whether you need a rotary screw compressor or a piston compressor, we’ve outlined some of the main differences and benefits below! Read on to find out more.

What types of commercial sanitisation and fogging are there in NZ?

April, 15 2020

No matter what industry you work in, it’s always important to have a clean and hygienic space to work in. With the rise of viruses like COVID-19 and the flu-season almost upon us now can be a good time to evaluate the cleaning processes you have in place, and whether you need to invest in a more robust commercial option to keep your workplace clean and free from germs and contaminants.

Why you can't afford an old air compressor

February, 13 2020

Maintaining the efficiency of a compressed air system is a constant battle, with leaks, lost efficiency, oil or water ingress and increasing power bills being a considerable source of the problem. 

Compressed air systems consume 10% to 15% of all industrial electricity. And yet, compressed air is an inefficient form of energy – 90% of the input energy used is discharged as waste heat. This is not only costly from a sustainability standpoint – wasting energy means wasting money. Over a 10-year period, electricity costs make up 76% of a factory’s operating costs. In many cases, the electricity used by a compressed air system in a factory makes up the largest percentage of an increasingly expensive electricity bill. 

4 ways to make your factory more energy efficient

January, 21 2020

No matter how big or how small your factory is, there are always things that can be done to make it run more efficiently. Whether you’re looking to cut back costs or reduce your energy bill, there are a number of things that can be done to aid in an efficient workplace.

While you may not be able to implement all of the below, they provide a good outline of what you should be checking in your factory to make sure it’s running as efficiently as possible, as well as offering some suggestions for activities you can implement to help reduce costs. Here are 4 ways you can make your factory more energy efficient.