Compressed air has a number of important factors to consider.
Compressed air can contain water particles, damaging gasses, bacteria and mould. This can occur as a result of the ambient air and needs to be inspected and treated in order to maintain the quality of the compressor and the treatment of compressed air.
The compressed air-treatment has to be sufficient, and used in a sensitive manner. Otherwise it can lead to unnecessary energy costs and maintenance repairs.
We perform assessments in accordance with the ISO8573-1. In practice, this means that you as a consumer of compressed air, will receive a definitive document outlining your company's compressed air-quality.
We will be happy to assist with an act-plan if the compressed air doesn't match the expected quality.
Reporting will be in accordance to the Iso 8573-1 as well as the labour inspection's guide D.5.1 regarding breathing air or air quality.