Used in a variety of industrial applications, a compressed air pipe can assist in meeting specific energy requirements in a range of projects, in a wide variety of different industries.

Compressed air pipes are able to effectively and effeciently deliver uncontaminated compressed air.

Paired with an ability to provide this in a functional and aesthetically pleasing manner, they are a perfect piping solution for many building and construction projects.


How does it work? What make compressed air piping and fittings so reliable, is that once contaminants have been removed from compressed air, it is dried to reduce the damaging effects of moisture. This is then sent via a compressed air pipe system for the provision of energy.

This means that compressed air piping systems are corrosion-resistant, and therefore compatible with compressor oils. Offering superior performance and ease of installation in any project. 

Compressed air piping systems are suitable for the following applications:

  • industrial
  • manufacturing
  • food and beverage
  • pharmaceutical
  • marine
  • mining
  • petroleum
  • construction
  • agriculture and forestry
  • environmental technology
  • paper-processing

Recommended Piping for this Application

EuroPress Stainless Steel Press-Fit Piping System and Maxair PE100 Poly Piping are the best solution for your Compressed Air System. 

Piping Comparison Guide: Welded Copper VS Press-fit Stainless Steel

Copper is generally perceived as the industry standard for piping given its long and distinguished history, so you might be suprised to know that newer forms of technology like stainless steel pipe fittings are superior in a number of ways.

This guide will dispel some common myths and provide you with a clear and concise comparison of the primary featuresand benefits of each option.