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Monitoring Compressed air within a manufacturing facility has become increasingly important
Compressed air systems are found throughout industry and are often the largest excess user of electricity in a manufacturing plant. Air leaks can be a significant source of wasted energy and can be diagnosed by fitting thermal mass flow meters at strategic points in the system to calculate outflow generated air with downstream usage. Thermal Mass flow meters measure true mass flow which compensates for any differential pressures across the system, providing accurate comparative data from the installed locations.
Read More on Bell Flow's Blog here: managing-losses-in-compressed-air-systems-with-thermal-mass-flow-technology/