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Compressed Air Testing

#TRIAir Contest: Win an IPAD Mini

#TRIAir Compressed Air Testing. It’s easy!  Just add a TRI link to your web page to let people know that you test your compressed air quality with TRI Air Testing!  Email us the link and you are entered in the drawing to win an IPAD Mini.  We have a picture for you to make it…

The Science of Compressed Air Testing

Standardization is critical for manufacturing. A bolt made in Germany must fit perfectly with the threaded component made in Canada and then assembled in America. Without standardization this would not be possible. National standards organizations coordinate with their peers in other countries to insure that we all agree on the meaning of one inch. TRI…

Staying Safe this Summer with Compressed Air Testing

Meats, mustards, and marinades are protected by compressed air. Drinks and deep fryers are manufactured with compressed air. Compressed air is essential to modern food and beverage manufacturing, processing and packaging operations.  Compressed air influences the safety of wrapping, sealing, labeling and palletizing actions that ship these products to your local markets for your summer…

Compressed Air Testing – How it Works

TRI Air Testing helps you crack the code with its color-coded tables for identifying your best compressed air testing kit.  Each option in the color-coded chart leads to more detailed information on the kits, including schematics, industry-specific usage information and more!  The schematic information shows how the compressed air test kits have been engineered to gather samples…

Moisture (Water Vapor) Compressed Air Test Results

Moisture (Water Vapor) Test Results Greater Than 3900 ppm or Ambient Pressure Dew Point Greater Than 22 Degrees F Discussion   The TRI method for conducting Compressed Air Moisture Testing is an  on-site method that directly measures the moisture content of the compressed air stream using a color indicator tube. We choose to use this onsite method because…