oil free vs lubricated cover.pngThe food and beverage industry relies heavily on compressed air for a variety of manufacturing operations, like food filling, cutting or peeling product, product handling, and packaging.

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) requires compressed air to be consistently free of oil, water, and other contaminants—so food and beverage companies choose oil-free compressors in order to meet these FDA standards, unaware that lubricated compressors can also provide the same levels of air quality, at a lower cost and with greater longevity.

Mattei's latest eBook, Oil-Free vs. Lubricated Compressors in Food Applications, breaks down oil-free and lubricated technologies and reviews how these systems compare in the food and beverage industry. Readers will learn why lubricated compressors are an untapped resource in this particular market and how lubricated systems can reduce capital costs, increase energy efficiency, and minimize maintenance costs.

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