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Compressed Air Profile: Intermountain Healthcare Hyperbaric Medicine

The medical field is a major user of compressed air. The pharmaceutical industry utilizes compressed air in manufacturing and packaging, much as the medical device manufacturing industry does. But the manufacturing side is not where it ends. Hospitals, clinics and other healthcare facilities are deeply linked to

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Compressed Air, the Holidays, and a Bowl Full of Jelly (Beans)

“Sweet tooths” emerge each year around the holidays as candies, chocolates, pies and more are shared in offices and gatherings…or indulged in when one believes they are not being observed. Jelly beans rank highly among the iconic candies that people encounter in the holiday season. In a

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Talk about the Weather…and Compressed Air

Writing for Compressed Air Best Practices, a leading publication on the utilization of and issues impacting compressed air across a broad spectrum of industries, Ron Marshall offers a selection of technical guidance from two key publications by Compressed Air Challenge. His article, “How’s the Weather in Your

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Ice Cream for Compressed Air

Compressed air is used in a variety of applications within the Food & Beverage Industry.  In fact, nearly every stage of production and handling, from preparation of ingredients to product creation to packaging and shipping may involve compressed air in minor and major operations. Conveyor belts may

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Recommended Reading: Two Articles on Compressed Air

Ron Marshall’s recent article “A Breath of Compressed Air” from PlantServices.com opens with a few key points (e.g., untreated compressed air isn’t necessarily safe for breathing), but the value of the article extends well beyond them. You cannot make assumptions, Marshall and his article sources stress. The

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