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When exposing your process to oil, it becomes difficult to keep air clean, which can result in rising costs, especially if you use more and more air. As compressed air is only as good as its purity, more companies are turning to oil-free air compressors. So, how do oil free air compressors work? Continue reading […]Read More
Here at Glaston Compressor Services, we have the knowledge and expertise to offer the most comprehensive air compressor breakdown service and repair that is available throughout the whole of the UK. Our air compressor breakdown service and air compressor repair services is available to all of our existing customers. We can also offer air compressor […]Read More
Prevention is better than cure, as the old saying goes, which sums up the theory behind preventative maintenance. When it comes to air compressors, adopting a proactive maintenance regime can certainly save you a lot of heartache and expense in the long run. Here, Glaston reveals how to get the most out of your planned […]Read More
We understand the uncertainty this unprecedented time might be causing, however, we remain focused on supporting all of our customers wherever they may be. YES, WE ARE OPEN! Glaston is accepting and processing orders and work – we look after many essential businesses including power stations, vaccine & pharmaceutical manufacturers, food and food packaging manufacturers and […]Read More
Following a carbon report carried out by The Making Carbon Work (MaCaW) Project, Glaston Compressor Services was recognised as a carbon-neutral company. In this article, Glaston discusses the benefits our customers can receive from choosing energy-efficient compressors from a carbon-neutral air compressor supplier.Read More
In the chemical industry, compressed air is largely used as a safe and versatile power source. Chemical processes rely on the availability of compressed air to power critical applications, which keep plants performing, sometimes 24/7. However, compressed air isn’t a free resource. Generating it can be quite intensive, representing between 5-30% of a site’s total […]Read More