The new Air Saver Unit from Parker Hannifin can reduce consumption and save money


Efficiency gains, which result in savings being made, is usually the ideal situation that a company is looking for.

Parker Hannifin’s latest device promises to provide both efficiency gains and cost reductions. The Air Saver Unit can reduce air consumption by 50% and Improve air efficiency in air blow applications.

Air blowing activities are responsible for almost half of all compressed air used in plants. So to help reduce this resource burden, Parker Hannifin’s Air Saver Unit uses pulsed air technology.

At its core is a switching valve that converts continuous air blow into pulsed air blow without the need for any additional external control. Put simply, it creates air that is blown in a series of high speed on and off pulses; when the blow is off, there is no air consumption, resulting in fewer tank recharging cycles.

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