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Download TESCORP’s “What is Instrument Air” power point presentation here.

Throughout industry, much of the production equipment is pneumatically driven or controlled. The air required to perform this function comes from the facilities or site air compression system. In some industry functions, the produced air quality from the air compressor system is sufficient in its raw form to accomplish the required operations. But in the case where the site environmental conditions warrant, or the process components require a cleaner, dryer air supply, then the produced air must be conditioned to meet these requirements. In the oil & gas industry, or those facilities where process controls and sensitive pneumatic machinery are operated, the air quality supplied must meet “Instrument Air Quality” standards.

We’ve compiled a resource on Instrument Air – our quality standards and some basic information to guide you – here. The info is free to download for your usage.

February 19, 2018

TESCORP Instrument Air Resources

Download TESCORP’s “What is Instrument Air” power point presentation here. Throughout industry, much of the production equipment is pneumatically driven or controlled. The air required to perform this function comes from the facilities or site air compression system. In some industry functions, the produced air quality […]
February 13, 2018

EPA New Source Performance Standards: What You Need to Know

Download the full PDF of our research and industry information. WHAT’S THE SITUATION? What You Need To Know and Fast: Quad-O or Quad “O” or 0000, short for Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) 40, Part 60, Subpart OOOO, is the current buzz word (s) around […]