Our Services

Compressed air systems are commonly one of the highest energy users in an industrial plant. This is why the team at Air Handling Equipment has invested in providing cutting-edge energy saving products and services for our customers to improve the energy efficiency of compressed air systems. These products and services provide a wholistic package, encompassing both supply and demand areas of compressed air systems to support any energy savings project.

Air Audit Equipment

Supply Side Assessments

From a supply side assessment, we offer a variety of solutions that we utilize to gather data, analyze, and report on energy consumption.  These solutions provide transparency toward energy saving opportunities best suited for our customers’ applications.  Solutions include:

  • Compressor Utilization
  • Pressure Levels
  • Dryer Dew Point Performance
  • Annual Electrical Operating Costs Estimate
  • Temperature Differentials
  • Desiccant Sampling
Demand Side Assessment

Demand Side Assessments

From a demand side assessment, we offer solutions that engage in compressed air uses throughout the plant.  Most discussions when sizing compressed air systems or understanding capacity revolves around perceived supply requirements.  However, determining demand is critical to understanding energy usage and true supply requirements.  Solutions include:

  • Inspect for Inappropriate Compressed Air Usage, such as: Open blow-offs, air knives, vacuum generators, and other commonly used compressed air tools
  • Point-of-use Flow Metering
  • Bag House Pulses
  • Header Pressure
  • Pressure Drop Locations
Sonascreen Leak Detector

Compressed Air Leak Detection & Repair

Air Handling Equipment partners with Sonotec to deliver state-of-the-art ultrasonic leak detection to analyze the facility’s compressed air pipe system.  Our team offers a thorough detection and repair process that includes:

  1. Identify leaks
  2. Tag leaks
  3. Log leaks
  4. Report findings/costs of leaks/repair savings
  5. Repair tagged leaks
  6. Reassess prior leak areas
  7. Update records


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