NAM Member Spotlight
Small Manufacturer Deflates Customers’
Yes, you can even save money on the air at your plant.
Production line stoppages, higher operating costs, slowed production
and reduced product quality can all be results of compressed
air problems. Hard to believe but it is true. Customers
of NAM-member small manufacturer Scales Air Compressor Corp. (Carle
Place, NY—202 employees), at sites in the U.S., Hong Kong,
Singapore, China, Nigeria, Germany, Canada, Japan, Australia and New
Zealand, have realized energy savings of 25-50 percent from their
Scales-made compressed air systems.
Want to get started today on a solution? Search for Scales
Air on the NAM Buyer-Seller Network http://www.nambuyerseller.com/
or go to Scales’ website directly at http://www.scales-air.com/.
Before anything gets installed in your facility, Scales
conducts a customized compressed air audit and guarantees the
savings will exceed the cost of the survey—or the survey is
Want to know how your investment can add up to big savings after
the installation of one of Scales’ custom systems? Just in the
U.S., a Michigan auto parts plant could tell you how it saved
$400,000; a North Carolina soft drink bottle maker could explain how
it realized $180,000 in savings; or a California oil lube plant
could show you how it avoided $52,000 in energy costs. Reduced
energy consumption and maintenance costs plus minimal capital
expenditures can really add up!
Does all of this sound too good to be true? It isn’t but
don’t take our word for it. Just ask the U.S. Energy
Department (DOE), which continually cites Scales in their
BestPractices Management Case Studies. In fact, four of
the 22 certified instructors for DOE’s Compressed Air Challenge
program are Scales employees. DOE knows to go where the
experts hang their hats.
Now are you ready to take control of what probably is one of
largest energy costs at your plant?
Company founder Bill Scales has been involved with the air
compressor industry since 1952 as a mechanic, engineer, author and
consultant. He has made more than 5,000 facility visits during
his career. Bill serves on several industry and government
advisory boards and is the author of several publications related to
compressed air systems.