Leftover water in a compressed air system can damage production machinery, rust and clog pipes, shorten component life, and reduce air flow, resulting in costly downtime and quite possibly defective products. Proper compressed air treatment will remove water vapor, liquids, oil and particulate from the system.
Properly sized filters will remove particulate, as well as oil aerosols and vapors. They also protect refrigerated dryer heat exchangers from contamination and desiccant dryers from being fouled by oil, in addition to protecting downstream equipment.
From general purpose to high quality compressed air applications, our filters protect your plant equipment and processes, improve your product quality and reduce your energy costs.
Available from 25 to 17,700 scfm (0.7 to 495.6 m3/min), 15 to 725 psig (1.0 to 50.0 bar), 35°F to 350°F (1.7°C to 121.1°C), ISO 8573.1 quality classes, we offer filters for instrumentation, food processing, and pharmaceutical production.
As a part of your stationary compressed air system, dryers help to ensure that there is little to no moisture downstream, which helps improve performance, productivity and reduces maintenance costs.
As we enter into a new era of consciousness about our environment and our impact on it, the pressure of environmental responsibility for commercial and industrial sites is at an all time high. With new thinking comes new solutions and the disposal of oily, contaminated condensate that once was “acceptable” is now being met with more stringent legislation and harsher penalties, and rightfully so.
Section 309 of the Federal Water Pollution Control Act allows for the issuance of fines not less than $2,500.00 per day up to $25,000.00 per day, jail time, or both for first time violators. Such penalties can be assessed against the negligent company and/or the individual person or persons responsible for plant operations and maintenance.