Atlas Copco Modular Piping Systems
Piping systems work to deliver compressed air to the appropriate destinations with the proper volume, quality and pressure to efficiently power industrial systems. At The Titus Company, we carry a wide array of products from some of the top air compressor brands — and Atlas Copco is no exception. We offer AIRnet stainless steel compressed air piping systems, one of Atlas Copco’s top product lines.
AIRnet Compressed Air Piping Systems
AIRnet piping solutions operate at the highest performance rates in a wide range of compressed air, nitrogen, vacuum and other inert gas employments. Atlas Copco compressed air piping systems are available in both durable aluminum and stainless steel options.
When you purchase AIRnet piping products, you reap the benefits of all of their impressive features:
- Fast: Because of AIRnet’s smart design and lightweight materials, you can cut down on installation time by 70% compared to standard piping systems.
- Easy: Handling and installation are simple with AIRnet stainless steel piping systems. All you have to do is cut, insert and secure without the need for heavy machinery.
- Reliable: All AIRnet products come with a 10-year warranty in case of damages or defects.
For highly effective air or gas network solutions, choose AIRnet Aluminum. These aluminum compressed air piping systems are corrosion-resistant and leakproof and come with a 10-year warranty for extra protection. AIRnet Aluminum is built for quick and easy installation, so you can get your systems up and running at the most productive rate.
You can connect our AIRnet Aluminum systems to any existing network due to their adjustable components. These aluminum compressed air systems can be easily modified to accommodate any industrial changes and feature reusable elements to assist in future extensions.
ISO 8573-1 Certified
High-quality piping results are only possible when compressed air achieves purity standards. That’s why we ensure that our compressed air piping systems adhere to the International Organization of Standardization’s (ISO) 8573-1: 2010 specifications. These industry standards define air purity based on the independent particles, oil and water in the air — not accounting for the location of the air system.
AIRnet Stainless Steel
Some people prefer the AIRnet Stainless Steel piping system. Our stainless steel compressed air piping systems adhere to the highest industry standards, ensuring 100% oil-free compressed air delivery.
Stainless steel air piping solutions from AIRnet come with a wide range of impressive features and benefits:
- Easy-install press-fit system
- Fluorocarbon (FKM) seal
- Push-and-press system — no welding or threading necessary
- Usable for clean-room applications
- 10-year guarantee
Compressed air piping solutions apply to many markets, including:
- Food and beverage.
- Chemical manufacturing.
Purchase Atlas Copco Compressed Air Piping Systems at The Titus Company
For the highest quality air solutions, purchase Atlas Copco compressed air piping systems at The Titus Company. For over 30 years, we’ve provided our customers in Pennsylvania and Delaware with the best brands and most efficient products on the market. We also offer a variety of convenient services, including regular maintenance, installation and emergency repair services, to ensure that your systems are always in working order.
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AIRnet Stainless Steel Technical Specifications
|Product Range||Applications||Material||Safety Factor||Working Pressure||Working Temperature||Vacuum Level||Dewpoint||Treatment|
|SS304L||D15 (½”), D28 (1”), D35 (1 ¼”), D42 (1 ½”), D54 (2”), D76 (2 ¾”), D89 (3 ½”), D108 (4”)||Compressed Air, Nitrogen, Vacuum||Stainless Steel||4, Burst pressure > 64 Bar (> 928 PSI)||16 Bar (232 PSI)||-20°C to 120°C (- 4°F to 248° F)||20 mbar (0.29 PSI) abs||Lowest allowable pressure dewpoint is -70°C (-94°F)||Annealing|
|SS316L||D15 (½”), D28 (1”), D42 (1 ½”)||Compressed Air, Nitrogen, Vacuum||Stainless Steel||4, Burst pressure > 64 Bar (> 928 PSI)||16 Bar (232 PSI)||-20°C to 120°C (- 4°F to 248° F)||20 mbar (0.29 PSI) abs||Lowest allowable pressure dewpoint is -70°C (-94°F)||Annealing|