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How to Remove Moisture from Compressed Air

Whether you can feel it or not, there's moisture in the air and those tiny droplets of condensation are bound to make their way into your compressed air system. But, as we all know, the air must be dry in order for the system to work properly. Because air compressors are used for a wide range [...] Read More
Consumers Energy Efficient Compressed Air

Michigan Air Wins Two Compressed Air Awards from Consumers Energy

We're pleased to announce that Michigan Air Solutions has received the 2017 Compressed Air Top Savings award and the Compressed Air Most Applications award from Consumers Energy Business Efficiency Program. The compressed air program is designed to provide special incentives to industrial customers with compressed air systems installed in their facilities. The program gives customers [...] Read More
Winterizing your air compressor

Should You Winterize Your Air Compressor System?

As temperatures drop and the snow begins to fall, now is the time to inspect and look at winterizing your air compressor to ensure it will be in good condition for the colder months ahead. Air Compressor Maintenance to Keep Your System Weatherized We recommend biannual maintenance in preparation for extreme temperatures, one in late [...] Read More
compressed air efficiency

Compressed Air System Efficiency & The Dirty Thirty

When you think about increasing your compressed air systems and their efficiency, maintaining your air compressor's consumables, filters, fluids and regulators are most likely what comes to mind. One aspect that gets overlooked are the parts that carry the compressed air from the machine to the tool, which are often referred to as the "dirty [...] Read More
ELGi’s Air Compressor for Production Lines Brewery

Industrial Air Compressors for Production Lines & Breweries

An air compressor is crucial for the success of a brewery when it comes to bottling, packaging, and labeling. An air compressor for production lines

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Compressed Air Myth Busters

How much do you really know about compressed air? Our friends at ELGi Compressor put together some of the most common myths to set the facts straight. Myth: Compressed air is not desirable source of power Fact: When properly applied, compressed air can be the best choice. It's a safe, clean source of power that is easy [...] Read More

How to Change the Oil in a ELGi Air Compressor

Air compressors are complex machines with many moving parts. Regular maintenance is essential for ensuring all compressor parts and components function at their highest level, and for preventing wear that can ultimately lead to premature failure. One crucial component in maintaining your air compressor is changing the oil, the following instructions and video will explain how. [...] Read More

What is a 2 Stage Air Compressor

The main difference between single and two stage compressors is the number of times the air gets compressed between the inlet valve and the tool nozzle. In a single stage compressor, the air is compressed once; in a two stage compressor, the air is compressed twice for double the pressure. By increasing the number of [...] Read More

Overview : ELGi Single Stage Air Compressors

ELGi Compressor’s Single Stage series are designed for optimum efficiency while requiring minimum maintenance to meet your demands of compressed air. These compressors are recommended for applications that would require duty cycle less than 70% . For duty cycle higher than 70% , we would recommend our lubricated screw air compressor. Applications Light Manufacturing Auto Service/Gas [...] Read More

Tips For Quiet Air Compressors

There are many processes in difference sectors that are driven by air compressors. With many variances of usage, there are various sizes and models that work at different time intervals at plants and factories across the United States and around the globe. Being in use for prolonged amounts of time, air compressors are a source [...] Read More
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