In a world of constantly changing legislation and standards, BCAS plays a crucial role in driving progress in the compressed air industry.
Founded in 1930, the British Compressed Air Society is the only UK technical trade association open to manufacturers, distributors and end users of compressors, vacuum pumps, pneumatic tools and allied products.
Our role is to provide unbiased advice on legislation, technical standards, education, compliance, safety and environmental matters that affect suppliers and users of compressed air and vacuum systems.
Throughout April, the Society is offering businesses the chance to purchase two of its popular Certificate in Working Safely with Compressed Air workshops for just £48 – and is continuing to offer an ...
If pressure equipment fails during operation, it can seriously injure or even kill people nearby and cause damage to property, which is why the Society is now offering a 25 per cent discount on its po ...
As many as 90 per cent of all industrial manufacturing sites rely on compressed air for some aspect of their operations, so ensuring a high-quality source of air at all times is vital for uptime and p ...
The British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) is offering all end-user customers of BCAS members an exclusive 25 per cent discount on its full range of CPD-approved training courses.*
Roy Brooks, Technical Development Officer for the British Compressed Air Society (BCAS) outlines some of the latest advice in working safely with compressed air.