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compressed air system leaks kaeser

The US DOE estimates that 25% of compressed air is lost to leaks— resulting in unnecessarily high operating costs. In many plants the leak losses are much higher.  Kaeser’s white paper, “Compressed Air System Leaks: The Cost, Common Culprits, Detection, and Repair” explains how to determine the annual cost per compressed air leak, sheds light on where most leaks occur, and describes best practices for leak detection. 

This white paper is sponsored by Kaeser Compressors, Inc.