Audits and analysis for your compressed air system

At Elevated — formerly Palmetto Compressors and Compressed Air Technologies — we offer a variety of analysis and audits to keep your compressed air system running at peak efficiency.

Testing to meet business goals

We offer a range of audits and analysis in South Carolina, Michigan, and most of Ohio to help you determine issues with your compressed air system, resolve challenges, and help your compressors reach peak efficiency.

Expect real-time electronic diagnostic and problem solving. Our services include, but are not limited to:

  • Air audits (also called air demand analysis – ADA) to determine the efficiency of your air
  • Energy savings audit, including monitoring
  • Leak detections and audits to identify leaks
  • Vibration analysis to quiet systems
  • Expansion analysis
  • Thermal imaging to see where hot spots are located
  • Energy rebate incentive programs to save money
Our Kaeser-factory certified technicians have experience with all major compressor, pump, dryer, and vacuum brands. Contact us for peace of mind.

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    Why an air demand analysis or energy audit

    The Department of Energy indicates leaks are wasting air and money. An analysis or audit can …

    • Reduce energy costs … potentially up to 50%
    • Enable your company to have efficient compressed air systems and achieve operational excellence
    • Eliminate the need to buy a new compressor, saving your company money
    • Appropriately size your new compressor, should you need one
    • Improve your environmental footprint
    • Save money through a utility rebate

    Analysis for every major compressor air system

    We provide testing, audits, and analysis on every major brand of compressor. Here are just a few of the ones we have expertise with.
    • kaeser compressors
    • atlas copco
    • gardner denver
    • ingersoll rand
    • chicago pneumatic
    • sullair
    • quincy compressors

    Testing steps — as easy as 1, 2, 3

    The purpose of an evaluation is to become familiar with your compressed air system as well as understand concerns and goals with the system. No matter which test we conduct, we’ll collect information about system — components, environmental conditions, and physical layout. We’ll take pictures and details that help us understand your system better. Afterward, we’ll gather information using measurement tools. When that’s over, we’ll contact you, going over the results and recommendations for your compressed air system.
    Understand your systems, goals, and concerns.
    Survey your site, take picture, record data, start measuring.
    Collect metrics, get additional details, and discuss recommendations.
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