Transair is the ideal aluminium compressed air piping system for compressed air, vacuum, and inert gas applications. Durable and corrosion-resistant, Transair’s lightweight construction outperforms traditional piping systems. End-users can reconfigure production layouts in minutes, not hours.
The system is versatile, benefiting from quick-connect interlocking system which eliminates the need to thread or solder pipe.
Transair also significantly reduces plant energy costs by increasing efficiency, reducing pressure drops, and eliminating leaks.
Compressed air represents one of the largest opportunities for immediate energy savings, reducing air leaks is key in improving the efficiency of a network. However, improving the flow and pressure drop characteristics of a pipework system can give potential cost savings of up to 34%.
Why use Transair?
Transair Compressed Air Piping System quick connect pipework systems are quick to assemble, reducing running costs whilst offering superior performance and maximum energy efficiency. If you require cost effective Compressed Air Pipework, Transair is the solution for you;
Parker Transair compressed air aluminium quick connect pipework systems are quick to install and ready for immediate pressurisation. Parts and Tubing are removable and interchangeable, allowing immediate and easy layout modifications. All components incorporate quick assembly connection (push-to-connect) which enables Transair systems to be assembled much more quickly than galvanised, black steel or copper systems.
If you required a galvanised system you would (on average) be looking at 1 – 2 hours for every 2 metre length you install, with Transair you are able to install 7 times the amount of pipework in the same amount of time.
By investing in compressed air aluminium quick connect pipework systems you will achieve reduced air leaks of 42%, compressor improvement of 24% and an overall global system improvement of 34% – saving significant money in a short space of time.
Just a few benefits of Parker Transair;
Your compressed air distribution piping is your means for transporting compressed air and represents your link between supply, storage, and demand. Furthermore, compressed air represents one of the largest opportunities for immediate energy savings.
A properly designed compressed air system typically saves a plant 20 to 50% of its electric bill, sometimes even up to 60% within 24 months.
In recent years, aluminum compressed air piping systems have risen in popularity, particularly due to several factors:
• Quick Installation
Aluminum also has a low friction coefficient, providing the best possible laminar flow. Full-bore fittings further minimize pressure drop for optimum flow and energy efficiency. Leak-free connectors prevent air loss and wasted energy.
Aluminum is ideal for installations requiring the highest quality air. Aluminum material will not rust or corrode, and has no rough surfaces or interior restrictions that accumulate contaminants. The smooth interior with full-bore design allows air to flow to your dryers and filters for efficient removal ensuring higher longevity of equipment.
Transair meets the requirements of several industry certifications and guarantees, ensuring the highest level of safety and quality. Transair conforms to the following certifications:
• ISO 9001 version 2000
• TÜV certification
• ASME B31.1/B31.3
• Qualicoat certification
• ISO 8573 certification (for clean dry air)
• 10-year warranty (1 year for SCOUT sensors/equipment)
• CE conformity
- European standard 97/23 CEE - §3.3 (equipment under pressure)
• Safety certifications
- Non-flammable with no propagation of flame
- UL94HB standard (connectors and valves)
- UL94V-2 standard (fixing clips)
- ISO 8030/EN 12115 norm (flexible hoses)
• The pipe powder coat finish is classified MO
• Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification credits
Transair Piping Systems
Available sizes: ½" (16.5 mm), 1" (25 mm), 1 1/2" (40 mm), 2" (50mm), 2 1/2" (63 mm), 3" (76.3 mm), 4" (101.8 mm), 6" (168.3 mm)
• Compressed air (dry, wet, lubricated)
• Inert Gases (Argon, Nitrogen, Helium)
Maximum working pressure:
• 232* psi from -4°F to 115°F
*Maximum working pressure for 6" is 188 psi
Working temperature: -4°F to 140°F
Storage temperature: -40°F to 176°F
Vacuum level: 98.7% (29.6" Hg)
Lubricant compatibility: Compatible with all types of mineral and synthetic compressor oils
Resistant to: Corrosion, aggressive environments, mechanical shocks, thermal variations, UV, and compressor oil carryover
Fire resistance: Components are nonflammable with no propagation of flame
• Fittings in 40 mm, 25 mm, and 16.5 mm conform to UL94HB
• Fixing clips conform to UL94V-2
• Compressed air flexible hose conforms to NFM82271
• Vacuum flexible hose conforms to EN12115
Materials: Piping is constructed of 6063-T5 calibrated alloy aluminum and is powder coated outside. Pipe, fittings, and valves are guaranteed silicone-free. Connectors feature durable Nitrile gasket seals.
For Transair's smaller diameters (16.5 mm, 25 mm, and 40 mm) the fittings are made of non-flammable fiberglass reinforced polymide (nylon) (UL94-HB standard) and are resistant to ultraviolet rays and compressor fluids. Transair's 63 mm fittings are coated aluminum, and 76 mm to 101mm fittings are manufactured from 304S stainless steel while 168 mm fittings are anodized aluminum
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Derby-based Tidyco, a supplier of hydraulic and pneumatic products to the UK rail industry for over 40 years also offers many other services to multiple industries throughout the World.