ConservAIR® technology is used to control the demand side of a compressed air system, utilizing an Intermediate Control (I/C)® flow control device.
An Intermediate Control (I/C)® flow control device monitors and stabilizes air pressure by adjusting flow. The Intermediate Control (I/C)® flow control releases air from storage to maintain a continuous, optimal air pressure supply. The result of using ConservAIR® flow controls is reduced waste from leaks, reduced energy consumption from the compressor room, and, most importantly, constant, stable air pressure for production.
The Intermediate Control (I/C)® S-Series, use our unique multiple parallel configuration to accurately control the flow of compressed air to maintain a stable, consistent and lower pressure throughout the entire production facility. As a result, compressor on-line horsepower is reduced, generating significant energy savings.
What makes the S-Series range unique?
- Multiple parallels mean accurate control is achieved without the use of expensive proportional-integral-derivative (PID) controllers
- Plant pressure control to ± 1 psig
- Return on investment (ROI) often 18 months or less including soft costs
The Intermediate Control (I/C)® SPD-Series, monitors and stabilizes the delivered air pressure by adjusting flow. The SPD-Series releases air from an upstream receiver to maintain a continuous supply pressure at the lowest optimal level. The result is reduced waste from leaks, improved system efficiency, and significantly lower operating costs.
What makes the SPD Series range unique?
- Single valve control keeps investment cost down improving Return on investment (ROI)
- Electronically actuated valve controls more precisely
- Graphic user interface (GUI) control allows for simple control