Aluminum Pipes in Compressed Air Systems: Light, Durable, and Corrosion-Resistant.

CAG Purestream Pipe system illustration

Aluminum pipes are essential components in a compressed air system due to their strength, corrosion resistance, and light weight. Aluminum does not succumb to rust, ensuring that the air moving through the system remains clean and free from contaminants that can disrupt sensitive pneumatic tools and operations. Its lightweight nature facilitates a hassle-free installation process, reducing labor costs and minimizing system complexity. Moreover, the smooth internal surface of aluminum pipes promotes a seamless flow of air, reducing pressure drop and enhancing the energy efficiency of the compressed air system. By opting for aluminum piping, industries can not only safeguard the longevity of their systems but also foster a more sustainable and efficient operational environment.

Purestream Aluminum Pipe available at CAG Technologies.

  • Leak Free
  • Never Rusts
  • Easy to Install
  • Certified

Corrosion Resistance:

Purestream Aluminum Pipe is resistant to corrosion, ensuring a longer lifespan for the system and maintaining the quality of the compressed air by preventing contaminants from entering the airflow.

Energy Efficiency:

The smooth interior surface of Purestream Aluminum Pipe reduces friction losses, facilitating a more efficient flow of compressed air, and subsequently reducing the energy costs associated with running the system.

Lightweight and Easy Installation:

Purestream Aluminum Pipe is lightweight; therefore, it makes the pipes easier to handle, transport, and install compared to other materials, reducing labor efforts and costs. The modularity of aluminum pipes also allows for a quicker installation and facilitates future expansions or modifications of the system.


The durability, low maintenance requirements, and energy efficiency attributes lead to much lower costs overall.