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All cars have fuel filters, unlike the common belief that only trucks and diesel cars are fitted with this essential part. A fuel filter, as the name suggests, is a filter installed to sieve rust and dirt particles from the fuel you put in your car. Fuel filter elements are consumable and require replacement after roughly 60, 000 kilometres. Unfortunately, most people forget cleaning or replacing the fuel filter during car servicing because it is hidden under the car or fitted at the fuel tank.

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Comments | Posted By Paul Johnson On Tuesday, 12 May 2020 12:28:09 Europe/London

What do they do?

A compressor air filter is an ultra-versatile automotive component in a car. It eliminates contaminants, excess moisture content and oil through the air, leaving the air compressor of a vehicle once the compression process ends. In most cases, you will find them in different types, sizes, and qualities designed for all applications. A compressor air filter can be used with an air drier to give a clean and dry air.

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Comments | Posted By Paul Johnson On Tuesday, 12 May 2020 12:28:09 Europe/London

Air compressors are versatile machines that perform different tasks when attached to a pneumatic tool. While there are many brands out there, you need one that will be reliable for the long haul. For you to choose the right one for your needs, begin by determining the frequency of use in terms of the requirements of your application. Here is what you should look for when buying your air compressor UK:

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Comments | Posted By Paul Johnson On Friday, 20 March 2020 11:27:00 Europe/London

Condensate drains are a forgotten component of the compressed air system, however, they play an important role in ensuring a reliable and efficient system. Despite how much you invest in more efficient features, such as VSD, air receivers of the correct size or reduction of system pressure, and neglect installation and management of condensate drains you will face some challenges. There will be increased operational costs and lower system reliability.

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Comments | Posted By Paul Johnson On Friday, 13 March 2020 10:55:02 Europe/London

Pressure drops in air compressor systems are the loss of air pressure as your compressed air travels and moves from the output of your compressor to the point where the compressed air is used.

Your distribution pipework is likely to have a pressure drop depending on the length of the system and the diameter of the pipe.

But the bigger your pressure drop, the more energy you waste, and that has direct cost implications because you have already paid once to compress that air.

You should always aim for a pressure drop of under 10% even at the furthest points of use on your distribution network.

If you’re losing over 10% of your compressed air, or even in the high single figures and want to be more efficient, there are a few things you can do.

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Comments | Posted By Paul Johnson On Tuesday, 11 February 2020 09:44:11 Europe/London
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