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Air Line Installation

Are you in need of compressed air line piping service at your facility? The C-Aire service and maintenance team is here to help! We can perform air system inspections with our Fluke ii900 precision acoustic imager, as well as compressed air line piping installations.

At C-Aire, we understand the critical role that compressed air plays in powering various industrial processes. That's why we offer comprehensive air system inspections using cutting-edge technology. Our Fluke ii900 precision acoustic imager allows us to detect and diagnose any potential issues in your air systems with unmatched accuracy. By pinpointing even the smallest leaks or inefficiencies, we ensure your air systems operate at their peak performance, saving you valuable resources and enhancing overall productivity.

When it comes to compressed air line piping installations, our team is the epitome of skill and efficiency. We take pride in delivering tailor-made solutions that cater to the specific requirements of your facility. Whether you need new air line installations, expansions, or modifications to your existing setup, we've got you covered. Our installation experts employ the latest industry practices and premium-quality materials, ensuring your air lines are not only durable but also designed for optimal airflow and energy efficiency.

Why choose C-Aire for your compressed air line needs? Because we don't just focus on completing the job; we prioritize building long-lasting relationships with our clients. From the moment you reach out to us, you can expect personalized attention, transparent communication, and unwavering dedication to delivering solutions that exceed your expectations.

What Are The Best Materials For Compressed Air Piping?

Iron

An old favorite, iron piping has been around for decades. One benefit to iron piping is that fittings for it can be found at any hardware store and are generally inexpensive. However, tailoring iron piping to your facilities can be challenging and often requires a plumber. Also, because of the condensation that is unavoidable with compressed air systems, iron compressed air piping is prone to corrosion. Corrosion, in turn, leads to rusty debris, blockages, and possibly even leaks that affect the pressure of the compressed air. This, in turn, diminishes the power put out by your machine.

Copper

Copper piping is an excellent choice for use with air compressors. Any condensation that builds up in the system will not corrode copper air compressor lines, so the risk of debris entering the system is very low. It also withstands heat well. However, it can be expensive because installing it requires time and skill. Copper pipes require threading and soldering that can require expertise to be properly installed.

Stainless Steel

A great choice for compressed air piping is stainless steel because it is strong and resists corrosion. Like with copper, corrosion resistance in stainless steel piping produces a cleaner, more consistent stream of air. However, also like copper, installing stainless steel piping can be time-consuming since the joints require welding and threading. Sometimes strut cushion clamps can simplify the installation process depending on the specific demands on the air compressor system, lowering the installation time and cost.

Aluminum

One of the most popular compressed air piping materials is aluminum. Lightweight but durable and corrosion-resistant, it is easier to install and modify than most alternatives. Typically, aluminum piping arrives ready to install and requires few tools to set up. It does not require soldering or threading and provides much cleaner air, leading to lower repair costs and a more efficient air stream. The downside is that, like copper, it can be more expensive upfront. However, many believe that aluminum pays for itself in the long run.

High-Density Polyethylene (HDPE)

High-density polyethylene (HDPE) piping is a great choice for compressed air applications. HDPE is a type of flexible plastic pipe that is often used to replace aging concrete or steel mains pipelines. It is suitable for high-pressure pipelines due to its high level of impermeability and strong molecular bond. HDPE is also lightweight and easy to work with, requiring no special bracing or supports. HDPE tubing is often manufactured with an aluminum core to maintain any hand-bent shape for easy installation.

C-Aire's Top Picks for Compressed Air Piping Brands

RapidAir MaxLine

RapidAir MaxLine is an industrial compressed air piping system that installs in half the time of traditional methods. It is a semi-flexible tubing that comes in a 100 ft or 300 ft coil and uses compression fittings for leak-proof performance. It delivers clean compressed air, inert gas, and vacuum.

MaxLine flexible tubing is made of several layers: the inner and outer layers are HDPE and the center layer is aluminum. Its smooth inner surface delivers air efficiently and remains corrosion free for decades. It will maintain its shape after bending, which makes it ideal for layouts with many obstructions and corners.

Maxline piping is designed for efficient installation in diverse settings, from small shops and farms to large manufacturing facilities. We understand that each set-up will have unique needs, and we don’t believe in one-size-fits-all solutions. You can trust RapidAir to offer the most options and the highest quality products. Our team is equipped with the knowledge to help you find the best system for your needs, and we carry a wide range of products to help you find the right setup.

MaxLine Tubing by RapidAir from C-Aire Compressors

Infinity Piping

Infinity Aluminum Air Piping Products are engineered to be high-performing, leak-free, and long-lasting.

The compressed air market needed a non-ferrous metal system that offers superior strength with a lightweight design or a system that’s easy to install, yet ensures high performance and versatility. So Applied System Technologies created Infinity — the first all-metal, quick-connect piping system at an affordable price.

Heralded for its innovative design, Infinity out-performs heavy, traditional steel pipe, without sacrificing quality and safety typically associated with plastic systems. Its revolutionary lock and seal design ensure a safe, leak-free system for compressed air, vacuum, and inert gas applications.

Infinity Piping - C-Aire Compressors

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Contact us today to schedule an air system inspection or discuss your compressed air line piping installation needs. Let C-Aire take your facility's air systems to new heights of excellence!

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