Exact measuring values are indispensable for your modern manufacturing technology, they are the relevant parameters for determining the efficiency of your compressed air system. Because only what one can measure, can then also be managed.
There is an enormous optimisation potential in almost every compressed air station. We can make this visible for you with our measurements. Our measurement results form the basis for this optimisation measures, in order to prevent unwanted fluctuations in the compressed air process.
An optimisation means enormous savings in addition to the technical safety for the owner or operator and makes itself immediately obvious in the operative results. For example, leakage rates of 30% or higher are not unusual. Professional leak detection on site quickly pays for itself.
Our service provides a total air audit, which in addition to direct compressed air-relevant parameters also considers energy efficiency. The total air audit comprises the air audit standard basic module and a module for measuring the energy consumption.
The air audit standard basic module, which is also bookable separately, will measure the following compressed air-relevant parameters:
- Volume flow measuring
- Pressure dew point measuring
- Particle measuring
- Measuring compressed air residual oil content in vapour form, up to 16 bar [g]
- Compressed air oil aerosol/vapour concentration
- Pressure measuring
The total air audit will also include:
- Leak detection
The measured values gained with the total air audit will enable you to fulfil the demands arising from the quality assurance guidelines for your production and/or industry. The data can be additionally utilised for optimising the compressed air station and its efficiency.
Regular wear analysis for of consumable materials such as adsorbent materials or activated carbon, retain the long-term performance of your compressed air station. The desiccant in the adsorption dryers as well as the activated carbon in activated carbon adsorbers in the compressed air processing are subject to wear and tear. It is only a question of time before they can no longer perform their work.
In order to qualify this wear and, if necessary, to initiate a timely exchange, we provide wear analysis for of adsorbent and activated carbon.
Compressed air condensate can be dispersed or also emulsify. In order to be able to identify the condensate integral elements and determine the correct processing technology, we will be pleased to analyse your compressed air condensate in our laboratory. Only correct processing and treatment can prevent legal and environmentally damaging consequences.
BEKO TECHNOLOGIES has been awarded accreditation from Safecontractor for its commitment to achieving excellence in health and safety. Safecontractor is a leading third party accreditation scheme which recognises very high standards in health and safety management amongst UK contractors. The company’s application for Safecontractor accreditation was driven by the need for a uniform standard across the business.
Safecontractor is applicable to most sectors although it is particularly relevant to food manufacture, property, facilities management, retail and leisure sectors, all of which are big users of contracted services. Under the Safecontractor scheme, businesses undergo a vetting process which examines health and safety procedures and their track record for safe practice. Those companies meeting the high standard are included on a database, which is accessible to registered users only via a website.
Client-organisations who sign up to the scheme can access the database, enabling them to vet potential contractors before they even set foot on site. These clients agree that, as users of the scheme, they will engage only those who have received accreditation. Over 210 major, nation-wide businesses, from several key sectors, have signed up to use the scheme when selecting contractors for services such as building, cleaning, maintenance, refurbishment or electrical and mechanical work
All BEKO TECHNOLOGIES UK service personnel have been successful in gaining the full qualifications for the safe handling of refrigerants J11-F Gas Cat1.
From July 1st 2011 companies must use only qualified personnel for installation, commissioning, service or other refrigerant handling activities in the use of HFC or HCFC refrigerants.
The qualifications include leak testing and rectification, storage for recycling or reclamation and system record keeping. This means that systems using refrigeration (F gases) then by law companies must use a technician with the above qualification to handle, leak test and store the gases.