Celebrating 50 years in business, Scales Industrial Technologies is pleased to announce our company has been acquired by industry leader Quincy Compressor. With this change, the expert and quick service our customers have come to depend upon will continue uninterrupted. As part of the Quincy family, we now have access to even more resources and expertise and we look forward to continuing to service all of our customers’ compressed needs from equipment sales and scheduled maintenance to emergency repairs to warranty service. Call any one of our locations for more information www.scalesair.com/locations-a-directions Continue reading
Compressed air is your facility’s most important utility. Without it, production stops and profits are lost. Scales Guaranteed Air removes the worry of lost production by supplying and maintaining a complete compressed air system sized appropriately for your facility. Call 1-866-334-7773 or any one of our locations to learn more.
It is critical that you have a thorough cleaning of your refrigerated air dryer before humidity levels increase during the spring and summer months. Moisture accumulates in compressed air systems that are not properly maintained causing it to eventually fail…and cost you money. Call any one of our locations to ensure smooth, non-interrupted service of your refrigerated air dryer
Air leaks are one of the largest contributors of waste in a compressed air system. For many companies, air leaks can account for up to 30% of total compressed air usage consuming thousands of dollars in energy and impacting system performance in many ways. A Scales Industrial Technologies Leak Study could reduce your operational costs significantly. We can identify and tag existing leaks, quantify them, and provide determinations as to the cost of repair or proper course of action. Call any one of our five locations to schedule your air leak detection survey.
Did you know that Scales has been a member of ISNetworld for many years? ISNetworld brings together companies and contractors with the goal of creating safer work environments. Are you looking for a subscribed ISNetworld contractor? Give us a call at any one of our Northeast regional locations www.scalesair.com/locations-a-directions
Do you need oil-free and microbe-free compressed air from your existing lubricated compressed air system? Scales has an option that provides better quality air at a lower cost and with greater reliability. Find out more about how the “BEKOKAT®” Catalytic Converter System can provide more for less. Speak with one of our sales engineers today.
Is your compressed air system used for breathing air, pharmaceutical manufacturing, food processing or another area where clean compressed air is critical? Is your point of air use application sensitive to contamination? If so, you should or must conduct regular air quality testing. SQF Code, Ed. 7.2 requires that compressed air systems be maintained and regularly monitored for purity. ISO 8573-1 specifies the purity classes of compressed air with respect to particles, water and oil. We understand your needs and can help you:
- Prepare for SQF certification audits
- Document with test results
- Improve quality control of critical processes
- Check to ensure your breathing air applications are safe.
- Troubleshoot and locate sources of contamination
Call one of our Scales locations to conduct your comprehensive air quality tests today.
For 50 years, Scales remains the acknowledged leader in the design, installation, sale, and service of complete industrial compressed air solutions and advanced industrial technologies that work to reduce energy costs while increasing productivity, reliability and profitability.
I hear this question frequently. For a better understanding of how to answer this question, we must first discuss CMS. CMS stands for Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services. It is part of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and administers Medicare, Medicaid, the Children’s Health Insurance Program, and parts of the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Healthcare facilities participating in the Medicare and Medicaid programs must be compliant with basic life safety from fire requirements in the NFPA Life Safety Code (LSC). The edition of the Life Safety Code that CMS follows ultimately determines the edition of the NFPA 99 we must comply with.