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ISO 8573 and Compressed Air Testing

ISO 8573-1 is used by some food and beverage plant engineers and facility managers to access the quality and verify the safety of compressed air for use in product manufacturing and packaging.  With an umbrella of multiple sections and classes of requirements, the ISO standard can be used to define the appropriate and essential compressed…

TRI Air Testing Celebrates 40 Years!

On 2 February 1975, Punxsutawney Phil—the famed oracle groundhog of Punxsutawney, Pennsylvania’s annual Groundhog Day celebration—stepped into the open air but did not see his shadow. The prediction: an early spring. This was not the only good news of the day. In Austin, Texas on that same day, Dr. J. Scott Thornton founded the company…

Spice Up your New Year!

We all enjoy spices from around the world in our neighborhood groceries and corner stores for our Holiday meals and New Years celebrations. The security of this industry, as in other food and beverage sectors, rests in quality control in the manufacture, shipment, and storage. International standards and guidance documents, supported and confirmed by compressed air purity…

Summer Sizzles with Compressed Air

August is upon us, often hot, often humid, and often marked by late summer gatherings, vacations, fairs, and festivals. These are summer’s Dog Days, but they are rarely lazy. Whether you grill marinated flank steaks or tofu, and whether you cool down with a soda, sparkling water, or a treat from a passing ice cream…

Compressed Air Withstands the Heat

Summer is approaching in the United States. Outdoor activities and gatherings will again become central pieces of day to day life. Cold beverages will be served. Meals will be grilled. And compressed air will be a huge part of it—as always, behind the scenes. When the temperature soars in Los Angeles, compressed air will keep…