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Compressed Air, Nitrogen & Leak Detection

Our Compressed Air & Nitrogen auditing services are based on engineering and scientific principles, producing the most comprehensive and accurate data analysis in compressed air or Nitrogen management. Focusing on industrial air system supply and demand, U.S. Energy Engineers produces technical reports used for investment confirmation, cost reduction, system efficiency etc.

Our Compressed Air & Nitrogen auditing services are based on engineering and scientific principles, producing the most comprehensive and accurate data analysis in compressed air or Nitrogen management. Focusing on industrial air system supply and demand, U.S. Energy Engineers produces technical reports used for investment confirmation, cost reduction, system efficiency etc.Compressed Air & Nitrogen Systems

We provide free initial facility surveys to evaluate areas of high impact, followed by comprehensive assessments. Our final recommendations are in the form of executive reports and large format technical drawings. We offer the following specialized services:

  • Flow & Power Analysis
  • Special Applications
  • Point of Use Pressure Profile Determination
  • Leak Control & Management
  • Leak Preventative Maintenance Education

Leak Preventative Maintenance Education

Our Leak Preventative Maintenance Education program makes sure that all appropriate departments and personnel are educated to manage and improve operational efficiency of leaks in systems. U.S. Energy Engineers have experienced industrialists that are certified and educated up to Ph.D level (where required). We offer in-house compressed air, nitrogen, and other system's training seminars that cover the full scope of system management. These include the following:

  • Basic compressed air theory
  • Compressor type analysis
  • Air dryers analysis & maintenance
  • Filtration and ancillary equipment maintenance
  • Piping, installations, heat recovery, environment
  • Compressed air, nitrogen and other system energy efficiency
  • Ultrasonic leak detection
  • Air leak tagging & location plotting
  • Detailed analytic report indicating:
    1. Loss quantification & econometrics
    2. Detailed leak location and tag profile
    3. System mechanical drawings (CAD)
    4. Recommendations to improve demand efficiency

The table below shows the effect of reducing air leaks and provision of system controls. U.S. Energy Engineers provide all system re-design and optimization where necessary.

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