In the woodworking industry, compressed air is crucial to several business applications, from powering hot melt dispensers to monitoring various aspects of production for quality control. At Fluid-Aire Dynamics, we are committed to helping your shop overcome the challenges that woodworkers often face with their compressed air system.
Several shops also report dissatisfaction with their fastener setting depth, which is caused by fluctuation in air pressure. This same issue can lead to poor laminate pressing and clamping inconsistencies. If this is the case in your shop, you may need to upsize your compressor, maintain your air tools that may be using excessive amounts of air, or check for leaks in your piping/connections.
For more information, see our blog on Pressure Drop and How it’s Costing You Money.
Like all businesses that use compressed air, woodworking facilities can become victims of downtime due to issues with their compressed air system. When this happens, we know it’s crucial for you to receive fast response times from your service provider. Here at Fluid-Aire Dynamics, we offer 24/7 emergency service to minimizes this time and expense for your shop.
We also know that compressed air can be incredibly expensive, and reducing compressed air and energy consumption is a priority for many woodworking facilities. Through compressed air audit report, we can understand the fluctuations in air demand in your system to help us to determine whether or not a variable speed drive compressor and/or refrigerated air dryer would save you money on your electric bill. Some of our clients have taken advantage of their energy provider incentives programs, resulting in as low as $0 capital expenditure on their new VSD compressor!
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