Compressors generate only a portion of the air pollution coming out of Australian factories, however their high level of electricity consumption makes them the ideal place to start saving costs and the environment.
With the cost of electricity set to rise even further, there has never been a more critical time for manufacturers to look at solutions that will save both energy and money.
Supporting Australian made manufacturing not only creates jobs for Australians but also maintains Australia’s reputation for high quality goods and services. By Clency Mahon, Executive Manager Operations, Sullair Australia.
Sullair Australia has entered into partnership with The Leasing Centre to provide its customers with flexible payment options for new air compressor equipment purchases.
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Sullair Australia has launched a national Customer Response Centre (CRC) to provide customer service and advice regarding compressed-air enquiries.
Boge has launched a new iPhone APP designed to provide compressed air users with a remote monitoring solution.
KAESER Compressors Australia has released its 2011 Compressed Air Seminar schedule and curriculum.
The Federal Government might have delayed its Carbon Pollution Reduction Scheme (CPRS) until 2013, but the decision has not stopped the rise in electricity prices.
As the push for sustainability continues to escalate, there is increasing recognition of the significant opportunities that new value chains can offer.
Upcoming exhibitions, conferences, seminars, workshops and major events in the manufacturing calendar from Australia and overseas.
Senator Ron Boswell has slammed Kevin Rudd’s proposed Emission Trading Scheme (ETS) pointing to the high number of protected industries in the EU.
NSW manufacturer, Air Change, has announced plans to build ‘The Green Machine’, a world-first air conditioning system which is expected to be up to 12 times more power efficient than traditional systems.
Growing concern about carbon emissions is motivating industry to develop energy efficient motor solutions that benefit the environment but don’t compromise operational requirements. Katherine Crichton writes.
In these financially difficult times, compressor users can’t afford to let energy efficiency disappear into thin air. Katherine Crichton writes.
CHAMPION Compressors has been named as the exclusive Australian distributor for Bidell Equipment LP, a Canadian-based supplier of reciprocating and rotary-screw natural gas compressors.
Project: Compressed Air Upgrade
ESTABLISHED in 1865, Godfrey Hirst is Victoria’s first commercial woollen mill.
With the global financial crisis and environmental pressures intensifying, the drive to reduce energy consumption is on. Katherine Crichton writes.
FUEL saving system proven internationally to also cut engine wear and reduce environmental emissions from mobile and stationary diesel engines is being introduced to Australia by FuelSave Australia.
WITH manufacturers now having a strong focus on cutting energy costs and reducing their carbon footprint, CompAir believe it’s on a winner with the company’s new Quantima air compressor range.