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Thermal Solar Power and Pressfitting Systems

Our team at Air Energy loves a challenge, and our willingness to go above and beyond to bring our customers world-standard products has made us a leading supplier of compressed air systems, fittings, and a variety of synthetic and stainless steel pipe Australia wide. As we move towards the phasing out of fossil fuels in favor of renewable energy sources,…

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The Future of HVAC Systems

At Air Energy, we are committed to bringing our customers the latest, most innovative range of pipes and fittings for HVAC and compressed air systems available anywhere in the HVAC industry. As governments and industries around the world move towards more renewable models, we endeavor to stay on top of advancing technology as it happens. The two main goal posts…

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Focus on Stainless Steel Pipes and Fittings

In our previous blog, we discussed how to choose the right material for your industrial piping system. We took a look at the main varieties of material used in industrial piping, describing the benefits and limitations of each and touching on their most suitable applications. This month, we’re throwing a spotlight on stainless steel. We’ll discuss the advantages of stainless…

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Online Pipe Fitting Training and Skills Development

While Australia has performed exceptionally well in its management of COVID-19, it’s undeniable that even the most insulated communities have had to adapt to new ways of doing things. In regard to professional stainless pipe and fittings experts across Australia, this has been reflected in the adoption of virtual training and skills development, and virtual maintenance instruction. From live streaming,…

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The Differences Between Welded and Seamless Pipes

Stainless steel piping utilizes an economical cross-section of steel to create a common and important product in manufacturing and construction industries. Industrial pipes are widely used in architectural applications and civil engineering projects ranging from sewage to oil and gas and compressed air systems. However, stainless steel piping is also used to make stair railings, window guards and contemporary furniture.…

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Guide to Grades and Types of Stainless Steel for Piping

Stainless steel is a cost effective, low-maintenance metal used in civil and mechanical engineering projects Australia wide. Stainless steel is particularly popular for pipe fittings because it is resistant to oxidation and has no effect on other metals. Stainless steel has applications everywhere from shipping, oil and gas, water treatment facilities, energy industries, to the textile machinery. Stainless steel is…

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Stainless Steel Pipe Fittings, The Ultimate Guide

The role of pipe fittings to aid the system of transferring liquids and other products around a plant facility or system. Pipe Fittings connect bored of two or more pipes or tubes to other separate equipment. What is the role of the Pipe Fitting? Stainless steel Pipe fittings are the ideal choice for those in the industrial and commercial sectors…

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The Cost of Compressed Air Leaks — And a Proactive Approach to Address It

Leaks in compressed air systems are a significant source of energy waste. It takes a lot of time and resources to locate and repair them, especially if the facility has no effective leak management program. The solutions are often reactive. But what if we take a proactive approach to address these costly leaks? The real cost of compressed air leaks…

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Fact or Fiction: Getting Real with Stainless Steel

Stainless steel is light, strong and resistant to corrosion. It’s an ideal material for piping. But there are long-standing misconceptions about stainless steel that can lead to applications not having the most appropriate type. Avoid costly and time-consuming repairs. Familiarise yourself with this material by separating fact from fiction. Improve your use and maintenance of stainless steel and learn how…

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The Right Filter for a Particular Air Compressor Contaminant

Compressed air systems are unrivalled for powering pneumatic tools, machinery and processes in various industries. But they’re only as good as the quality of the air within their system. Moisture and particulates can reduce the efficiency of a compressed air system. Contaminants can even make the compressed air system unusable in certain applications. For instance, dirty air can affect food manufacturing…

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