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Expensive air leaks rob us

This and many more posters will remind your employees Expensive air leaks rob us

Your employees are busy putting out a lot of fires for you. Take the time to remind them with this energy conservation poster that… they can help stop expensive leaks.

We have this and many more posters, banners, decals and handouts that are inexpensive and go a long way to remind your employees to participate in company money saving environmental goals.

Call us to brainstorm ideas that can be beneficial to your organization. 800 875-1725  Visit our web site at   Under products by type, go to leak tags and boards

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A Leak = A Loss

by admin on November 25, 2009

This is a tough economic environment. Organizations are trying to do more with less. They are scrambling to cut budgets at the same time they are trying to bring in new business. With all that pressure, it’s no wonder that it can be hard to see what’s right in front of our noses.

Often times budget cutting focuses on what an organization can STOP spending money on, instead of looking at the everyday things that can be internally to save money WITHOUT cutting purchases.

It doesn’t take a financial wiz to know that:

A leak = A loss!

It just takes someone to notice one and take action. To encourage action, visit the leak tag program section of our site for helpful tools.

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New Leak Tag Products

October 29, 2009

We’re adding new designs, products and ideas to our Leak Tag Program product line. Here are the latest: Poster Banner Leak Tag Board More to come!

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Leak Tag Programs

October 27, 2009

Keep your brand visible to your customers with customized leak tag program products. Add your logo to posters, banners, information boards and leak tags.

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If 2008 sprang a leak, 2009 is the year to plug the holes.

January 1, 2009

When it comes to leak prevention, detection and repair, there’s no time like the present. No matter what leaks you suffered in 2008, 2009 is the best time to put a leak awareness program in place in your facility. Here’s a number of ways we can help. Hang up Leak awareness posters all over your […]

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Leaks Cost $$$

December 28, 2008

Leaks are costly for any operation. Additional utility costs are the last thing companies need in these tight economic times. A starting point to limiting waste is an employee awareness campaign. Remind employees to be vigilant for leaks. This poster is just one way to that:

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Leak Tags WORK!!

November 23, 2007

In case you haven’t been told… Leaks are a huge drain on any system. What are you doing in your plant to reduce leaks? If you can’t quickly answer this question then you are not doing enough. Leaks cause a lot of waste, and they can be dangerous. With our leak tag program you can […]

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The new is born!

November 15, 2007

After much contorting of our domain name and hosting, we’ve now fully moved over to this blog. All of the content is available in post format and it will be easier for us to add content now. If you see something we’re missing, please let me know.

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Do you have a full pipe map of your facility?

November 12, 2007

Do you know where every pipe is in your facility?Can you point out which carry high pressure air, hydraulic fluid, waste or fresh water?Would you know where to cut the flow of these lines if there was a leak or rupture? The best way to tackle these question is by putting together a detailed pipe […]

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Glossary of Leak Terms

November 6, 2007

Air Compressors CompressorsThe type of compressor most likely to be used for an industrial compressed air system depends largely on size, cost, and reliability requirements: Rotary screw compressors in sizes up to 500-600 hp are very popular because of their high reliability and low maintenance requirements. Centrifugal compressors are often used in sizes ranging from […]

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