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SKF Energy Monitoring Services - Compressed Air Systems consists of a plant evaluation to identify the key compressed air system assets and specific areas of end use. Plant data is then collected and analyzed to measure and monitor compressed air system performance; and reports provided by SKF experts highlight the key opportunities for system optimization and savings.

“The Energy Monitoring Service - Compressed Air Systems is a cost-effective approach to establishing a comprehensive compressed air system and energy monitoring program,” said Mike Dwyer, Sr. Specialist Energy & Sustainability Management. “We are able to customize this service to each facility’s needs and recommend corrective actions to improve system efficiency and reduce costs that are appropriate to the needs of each facility.”

Without a comprehensive leak detection and repair program in place, up to 30% of a system’s capacity can be lost to leaks, according to the United States Department of Energy. SKF Energy Monitoring Services - Compressed Air Systems solves this problem, using proven methodologies to detect compressed air leaks, calculate system losses, and provide an ongoing method to monitor, optimize, and maintain system efficiency.

In addition, Energy Monitoring Service - Compressed Air Systems integrates the SKF MARLIN, SKF @ptitude Analyst, and SKF @ptitude Inspector measurement and maintenance technologies.

For more information about Energy Monitoring Services - Compressed Air Systems and other SKF Energy Monitoring Services, visit www.skf.com/services.

SKF is a leading global supplier of bearings, seals, mechatronics, lubrication systems and services - which include technical support, maintenance and reliability services, engineering consulting and training. SKF is represented in more than 130 countries and has 15,000 distributor locations worldwide. Annual sales in 2009 were SEK 56,227 million and the number of employees was 41,172. www.skf.com

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