Compressed Air and Gas Institute

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Logo of the Compressed Air and Gas Institute.

Compressed Air and Gas Institute or CAGI is an industry association located in Cleveland, Ohio. It was founded in 1915. CAGI is representing manufacturers of compressed air system equipment, including air compressors, blowers, pneumatic tools and air and gas drying and filtration equipment.

Among its activities is development of standards for compressors, compressor-related testing, air dryers, filters and portable air tools, many prepared and updated in coordination with other standards organizations, including Pneurop and the American National Standards Institute. [1]

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  1. ^ Federal Register: November 29, 2004 (Volume 69, Number 228) Page 69393 DOCID:fr29no04-82

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