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At Glaston Compressor Services we pride ourselves on delivering bespoke solutions that meet your business’ needs. Over the last 40 years, we have built a strong reputation for our attention to detail. A perfect example of this is our diagnostic surveys, which help our customers to make cost-effective improvements to their business’ performance and efficiency. […]Read More
With the next ESOS compliance date set for December 2019, businesses looking to take advantage of the Energy Savings Opportunity Scheme should work towards compliancy ahead of time. We advise that you prepare well in advance to help ensure that your ESOS energy audit runs as smoothly as possible, in order to receive the full […]Read More
The Smart Era is predicted to revolutionise the compressed air industry, thanks to a rise in new technology that will drive faster response times, reduce service requirements and promote a more efficient use of energy. Glaston Compressor Services examines how the Smart Era will improve air compressor management and what tools on the market are […]Read More
Following a recent government innovation to use compressed air to fix the potholes on our roads, Glaston explores the many ways compressed air benefits our society – from improving manufacturing, to saving lives in the medical sector.Read More
Compressed air equipment does not handle low temperatures very well. In fact, it’s key to the operation and efficiency of your compressor that the ambient temperature remains above five degrees at all times. Read on to discover how you can manage your compressed air storage facilities and discover tips on the optimum climate for your […]Read More
Do you want to cut costs on compressed air? Many businesses rely on compressed air either for manufacturing purposes, or to maintain a service to customers. The medical sector relies on compressed air to provide breathing apparatus and for tools used for surgical procedures. Banks use compressed air to operate door systems and some jewellers […]Read More