All compressed air needs air treatment to achieve the best air quality, ensure your system runs more efficiently and, it prolongs the life of your compressed air equipment by reducing corrosion caused by wet, dirty air. Filtering ambient air on entry to your compressor prevents the ingress of debris and particulates to the machinery.
Line filters are used within the distribution pipework to remove liquids, particulates and contaminants after the compression process. All serviceable items should be changed regularly to ensure continuing effectiveness. Condensate must be drained frequently, and typical drains are prone to loss of valuable compressed air. Using an economical and efficient system can offer the ability to drain condensate silently and cost-effectively from your compressed air system.