Cal Supply service is unmatched! Be it the quick repair of a malfunctioning air compressor or the installation of an entire plant air system Cal Supply sends you an expert service technician with a fully stocked truck ready to get the job done. Furthermore, our Service Department is available 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. That means if you have an issue with your industrial equipment, day or night Cal’s expert service is just a phone call away.
Cal Supply repairs & services all major brands including:
Our service department will handle your preventative maintenance program. When you tell us to take care of your equipment, we maintain records of running hours, services performed, services recommended, and any other problems noted. We call you when service is due to be performed and modify the scheduling of service to match your changing needs and keep your cost as low as possible. We will work with you to make your maintenance budget stretch as far as possible. There is no phony contract to sign and no advance payment required. You pay for the service you actually receive as you receive it.
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We can provide all the services needed to install the equipment you purchase, from a simple tie-in of a new compressor to a complete system including new distribution piping and drops for an entire building as well as ventilation for the compressor room.
Whether you need a new compressor delivered to a difficult location, machinery moved or removed for overhaul, or ground level delivery, we have the flexibility to handle the job safely and economically.
Rotary Screw air ends maintain their efficiency right up to the time when their bearings begin to fail. Depending on the type of air end you have and the speed it runs at, it could last anywhere from 30,000 to 80,000 hours before needing to be rebuilt. Here’s where an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. Complete failure of a rotary screw air end can be fairly catastrophic. The air end could seize, rotors or castings could crack or break, or enough wear could take place to make the parts completely unusable.If you notice higher operating temperatures, noisier operation, difficulty in keeping up with demand, or just have a lot of hours on your machine, you can save a lot of money by having the air end rebuilt before it fails completely. Our service department can overhaul your air end and bring it back to like-new condition and efficiency for much less than the cost of a factory rebuilt unit.
Our service department is experienced in overhauling all types of vacuum pumps; rotary screw, rotary vane, rotary piston, rotary lobe, liquid ring, reciprocating and regenerative.
Whether it’s rotary lobe, regenerative, radial, for pressure or for vacuum, we can put your ailing blower back in good working condition.
Cal Supply’s service and sales departments can help you solve your pumping problems. We have the capability to remove, repair and reinstall almost any type of pump, including single and multistage centrifugals, piston pumps, diaphragm pumps, gear pumps, turbine pumps and progressing cavity pumps. Our technicians can also service pumps in the field, correct or replace piping, or diagnose and repair electrical problems. If your pump isn’t repairable we can provide you with a new one. Our staff will work with you to determine what the best materials of construction are for your application, and provide the solution you want. We also have the capability to fabricate mounting frames for almost any installation. Please contact us with your requirements.
All compressed air systems leak. However, if the leaks are wasting 25% of your compressed air, you have a lot of money going down the drain. Statistics gathered by the Department of Energy and the Compressed Air Challenge indicate that this amount of waste isn’t as rare as you might think!Some leaks can be heard without the ultrasonic detector, but many others can’t. This survey will locate the leaks in your piping and production equipment, tag them for corrective action, and provide a list of the leaks located. Many utility companies offer financial incentives to find and correct compressed air leaks.
This gives us a picture of what your compressors are doing and how much compressed air is being used and when. This information tells us if your compressors are properly sized for your needs and whether or not multiple compressors are running together correctly. It also provides the information necessary to develop the economic analysis that management will want to justify any corrective action. In situations where power company incentives are tied to projected savings, this is a must for developing a baseline condition.
This identifies inappropriate uses of compressed air as well as wasteful usage practices. An example of an inappropriate use is using compressed air to agitate liquid in a tank, where a small blower would do just as good a job for a fraction of the energy input. An example of a wasteful usage practice is to leave the compressed air turned on to a production machine with open blow-off nozzles when the machine is not being used. A solenoid valve wired into the machine’s control circuit can eliminate this waste very economically.
This identifies trouble spots in your compressed air system due to inadequate air flow or pressure. The commonly used cure for these trouble spots is to increase pressure in the entire system to compensate, which wastes a tremendous amount of energy. Many times some modifications to the existing piping will fix the problem without increasing pressure.
Very often a compressor gets ignored until it stops running. In other cases it may be properly maintained, but no one asks if it is running as efficiently as it could be. This survey examines the physical condition of the compressor, the mode of capacity control being used, the environment in which the compressor is installed, and the condition of the ancillary equipment in the compressor room.
The efficiency of industrial cooling systems that rely on refrigeration can often benefit from taking advantage of cold winter ambient temperatures. We can analyze your cooling system requirements and propose upgrades that will save a considerable amount of energy dollars.
Do you have more equipment than floor space? We can design and build solutions to your space shortage by reconfiguring equipment into a vertical or multi-level installation.
If you have older compressors with obsolete control components we can recommend contemporary components that will do the job and make them work for you. If you have multiple compressors that aren’t working together in an efficient manner we can implement a system to change the way they interact. If you have older production machinery that wastes compressed air or vacuum we can provide cost-effective ways to lower your operating costs.