If you have Compressed Air in your facility, you may also need Compressed Air Dryers.
Compressed air systems will always produce moisture. If the pressure dew point is reached, the water vapor will condense into water and can impact your productivity and equipment. An Air Dryer eliminates the moisture your compressor produces so that you can have pure, clean compressed air for you facility. If you’re using compressed air systems, it’s likely you need a dryer for your air compressor.
An Air Dryer is a piece of equipment or a drying system that removes moisture from the air, particularly compressed air. Compressed air drying systems or equipment are essential for facilities with a compressed air system since compressed air increases a space’s relative humidity.
Air Dryers work in different ways, depending on the system you have. However, they all draw moisture out of the air so that vapor does not condense and your system can continue running at maximum efficiency. An Air dryers use adsorption, refrigeration and diffusion to eliminate excess moisture from the air.
The Main Features & Benefits :
1. Protecting your compressed air systems and processes
Treated air helps prevent pipework corrosion, product spoilage and premature failure of pneumatic equipment.
2. Maintaining the quality of your end product
A complete range of products with dew points from +3 to -70°C to ensure the correct air quality for your application.
3. Energy-efficient air dryers
All our compressed air dryers are designed to perform in the most energy-efficient and environmentally friendly way and thus contributing to a reduced carbon footprint.
Simple operating procedure
Low investment cost
Low power consumption
The action of your Air Dryer and the way it protects your compressed air from excess moisture will vary depending on the type of Air Dryer you use. The standard types of Air Dryers we use with compressed air systems include :