Considered a fourth utility, compressed air is used widely in pneumatic plants and refrigeration. It’s also used in garage air guns to clean dust and debris in hard to reach places and in heavy-duty vehicle break systems and many other niche industries.
Creating the most effective compressed air line requires uninterrupted airflow at the desired pressure without any fluctuations. Although safer to use and more adaptable in many applications, compressed air is more expensive to produce than electricity, which means any leaks down the line are very costly. For this reason there’s huge demand for leak-proof connection seals that withstand consistently high pressure and usage.
Taking things up a gear with Speedfit Technology
John Guest has been trusted by manufacturers and garages for decades, with our push-fit compressed air systems used to provide the optimal connection from the compressor receiver to the air line service components, through to the complete ring main and take off points.
Compared to other installation methods compressed air push-fit fittings are easy to install with the system up and running in half the time of other systems. Just like any other push-fit range offered by JG, the compressed air pipe and connectors are also reusable and can be mounted or dismounted in seconds, enabling future modifications to the pipe circuit.