There are many benefits to having compressed air on reserve in an industrial air receiver tank. Before you decide if you need one, it’s essential to understand how they work and improve the efficiency of your entire system. Compressed Air Receiver Tanks An air compressor…

At Airmatic Compressor Systems, we are the largest distributor of air compressors and vacuum pumps in New Jersey. We’ve put together the following article as an introduction to air compressors. It covers topics, such as how they work, types available, typical applications, key benefits, and…

Air compressors are engineered products that are essential for production in millions of businesses globally. In fact, compressed air is so critical to these facilities that it is often call the “fourth utility.” If your facility requires compressed air, then it is always a best…

A plant-based food processing company that has been in business for more than 30+ years was looking to upgrade two aging 75 HP fixed speed air compressors. The compressors were more than 30 years old, operating between 12 and 16 hours a day and oversized…

A local cheese packing company having low vacuum issues with its shrink wrap packaging machine using a 25 HP rotary vane pump with booster, reached out to Airmatic to come up with a solution. Loggers were installed and after collecting pressure and power/flow data, it…

A local parts manufacturer needed to replace an existing oil-free 100 HP VSD compressor due to significant age. After digging into the application, it was found that the customer did not need oil-free air throughout the plant. A small demand paint booth was the only…

“Should I go with a wet receiver tank or a dry receiver tank for my air compressor?” The answer is “YES!” I can explain. Having adequate receiver capacity is very important for both reciprocating and screw compressors. This prevents rapid cycling in the load/unload or…