No-Loss Drains

 

Save money and energy, and still keep a constant supply of dry compressed air.

No-loss drain valves are known for remarkable energy efficiency. They do not waste compressed air – they only open when they reach a precise condensate level.

Some can even pay for themselves in a matter of months!

Save money, energy and our environment: that’s just good business.

Get pre-approval: for financing or rebates over $15,000
Apply for a rebate, or contact us at 1-877-999-6035 within 90 days of installation
Please have your electricity bill available when you call

 

Qualifying Equipment:

No-Loss Drains

Product Criteria Rebate Amount
Timed drains use a timer to set a local lower limit of condensation in the system and often release valuable compressed air along with condensate.

A no-loss drain opens the valve only when signalled by a condensate-level controller and is therefore more energy-efficient.

Note: Timed drains are not eligible for rebates.

$120 / unit

Business Energy Rebates

If you know this is the product you want and plan to install, you can apply directly for a Business Energy Rebate.

Get started:

1. Get pre-approval. Important: you must get pre-approval before purchasing solar equipment, or for rebate amounts greater than $15,000.

2. Install your equipment (within 90 days).

3. Get your rebate.


Apply here.

Small Business Energy Solutions

Additional incentives may be available if you qualify as a small business.

The service offers:

  • Up to 60% in rebates and incentives
  • 24 months interest-free financing on your power bill
  • Rebates for your whole business: heating, refrigeration equipment, lighting, and more!
  • Customized recommendations that help you prioritize upgrades and maximize energy savings

Get started:

  1. Complete your business profile. Important: you must get pre-approval before purchasing products.
  2. Find a contractor to install your upgrades.
  3. Get your incentive and rebates.

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