Wasted air = Wasted money.
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CFM Air Equipment
Your compressed air partner since 1965
CFM Air Equipment was established in Calgary and has been providing air compressors, air dryers, compressed air filtration, blowers, vacuum solutions, piping, and parts since 1965. In those 56 years we have expanded our operations to include Lethbridge, Regina, and Winnipeg. This means we have parts/service coverage all across central & western Canada. Our 24/7 service department specializes in repairs, installations, air end rebuilds, and preventative maintenance packages to keep your equipment in optimal running conditions.
CFM Air Equipment is an authorized dealer for Kaeser, Chicago Pneumatic, Powerex, and Omega air compressors . We are also proud to offer the Kaeser line of rotary blowers and Atlas Copco vacuum pumps. CFM Air Equipment is also a factory-trained and respected service agent for all makes and models of compressed air equipment. We offer repair and maintenance services, but more than that, a complete package of services to maintain your business processes without interruption. Serving all of Alberta, Eastern British Columbia, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and Western Ontario.
Included in our service facilities is a complete line of rental units – short term or long term. We have both stationary or portable units available.
Current rentals available:
- 185 CFM portable diesel driven air compressors
- 300 CFM portable diesel driven air compressors
- 825 CFM portable diesel driven air compressor
- 5-50 Horsepower reciprocating and rotary screw units (voltages vary)
- Refrigerative air dryers (various sizes and voltages)
- Misc air hoses, etc
ENERGY SAVINGS SOLUTIONS
Compressed air is not cheap to produce, and therefore it can make up a big part of your monthly energy bill. It takes approximately 7 volumes of air (at atmospheric pressure) to produce 1 volume of air at elevated pressure (100 psig). This in turn means the energy consumed can equal 76% of the total operational lifetime cost. The other 34% is made up of the original cost, installation and maintenance.
Most facilities can save 10%-20% of their compressed air energy costs by:
Even higher savings numbers can be gained by choosing better compressor control, adding storage receiver capacity, and upgrading air dryers and filters.