Compressed Air Quality Testing

Compressed Air Quality Testing Services

Compressed air use in your manufacturing process must be controlled and monitored to provide a level of quality that meets your requirements. If compressed air comes into contact either directly or indirectly with your product, it must be considered as a potential hazard.

Particles – Rust, dirt, and metal shavings are just a few examples of possible particle contamination.

Water – Length and condition of distribution piping, drops, dead-ends, condensate drain traps, and the use of polymer tubing can contribute to excess moisture.

Oil – Even oil-free compressors can be contaminated with oil vapor (gaseous hydrocarbons) from intake air.

Microorganisms – An improperly maintained compressor may provide the conditions (water + oil + warm temperature) needed for microbial growth.carbons) from intake air.

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We’ve partnered with Trace Analytics, an ISO 17025 accredited laboratory for your compressed air testing needs.

– End to end support from qualified staff

– Quick turn around for audits – Accurate results

– Help meeting ISO standards