Pipework to get the most out of your compressed air system
As a follow on to our Why
You Should Not Use PVC Piping for Your Compressed Air System
blog, we share with you what piping you should be using to get the most out of your compressed air system. Here at Ash Air we have
the perfect solution if you're wanting to match your great compressor with a fast, easy and reliable piping solution that supports the
operational excellence of your whole compressed air system.
AIRnet supports the dynamics of your business for any existing piping network. The comprehensive product range gives the flexibility to use
the system for a wide range of applications. It can be connected to any existing network within no time & its modular technology
gives you the advantage of modifying / expanding your network without affecting your production. AIRnet is the future-proof solution.
AIRnet keeps your energy costs down. The AIRnet pipes and seamless connections have superior sealing to prevent leaks and reduce
friction to a minimum. This prevents pressure drops, saves energy and contributes to the sustainability of your production.
Save the money that other piping systems spend
If you look at your total cost of ownership, AIRnet will turn out to be the best investment choice you can make. The piping network is
engineered to support sustainable operational excellence in your production process. Material and product design, installation and
maintenance costs, flexibility and safety - they all influence your total cost of ownership and the level of efficiency in your
Time & Tooling
Quick connections with no need to crimp, thread, solder or glue the pipe
No heavy tooling or machinery required
PF series can be connected to any existing network via simple use of adapter unions and nipple sockets f PF series is assembled by hand, a
push of the pipe into the fitting is all it takes
Easy to handle and easy to work with lightweight materials
Modular design supports extensions and modifications to meet new demands
Components are interchangeable and reusable after disassembly
Quickdrops are easily mounted, both horizontally and vertically
Who we are and how Ash Air can help your business!
Ash Air has been around in New Zealand since 1979, and we’ve grown into a nationwide company with international support and a
reputation for quality and reliability.We look after all things compressed air for your business!
Reciprocating, Screw, air compressors
An extensive line of air treatment components
Ash Air's range of Chicago Pneumatic, Alup, Pneumatech, and Quincy compressors are used extensively around the world in industries
ranging from oil and gas to food, automotive and farming, and we bring you these world class compressors here in the land of the long white
cloud.Our technicians are compressed air equipment experts and are dedicated to addressing customer needs. Supported by a 13 locations
nationwide, Ash Air offers one of the widest selections of compressed air equipment and parts available today in New Zealand.
Reliability and Efficiency
With Ash Air compressors, you can count on reliability and high performance for even the most demanding applications. We focus our
efforts on the following:
Air compressors are used in many different applications and provide essential compressed air to many businesses and individuals with
different air needs. No matter what your CFM, PSI and HP requirements are, the electronic controller on your air compressor is the
motherboard for keeping your unit running as efficiently as possible. It is your eyes into your machine.
The emergency stop, "e-stop", is for true emergency situations only. When hitting the e-stop, all power is halted from the machine
and the unload process isn't achieved. The emergency stop button is intended to help with possibly hazardous situations that are developing.
Common conditions of having to use the e-stop is the misuse of the equipment in ways that weren’t intended, predictable failures not
addressed or failing to consider all the foreseeable uses of the compressor. Read More…
Air compressors are helpful for an enormous range of applications such as air filling, packaging, tools, HVAC control, and more! One
possible drawback is the amount of electricity they use; air compressors can be a huge drain on energy if used inefficiently. If you are
running them too long, allowing leaks to exist, or using the wrong type of compressor, you are wasting energy and money. This article will
go over some of the biggest power-wasters and how to