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Air Compressor Dryers

Air Dryer

Excessive water in compressor air, in either the liquid or vapor phase, can cause a variety of operational problems for users of air compressors, you need a air dryer.

Air dryer for air compressor

When you compress air in an air compressor the water vapour in the air turns to water, that water can cause problems, these include corrosion in piping and equipment damage of pneumatic equipment, air motors, valves and is highly recommended for spray painting as it can contaminate the paint. So, to avoid unnecessary maintenance repairs and potential painting failures, it is recommended to purchase a refrigerated air dryer to keep the compressed air dry, clean and suitable for your jobs.

DMDRY70

Cabinet Enclosed

Flow Capacity 50 CFM

Max Working Pressure 145 PSI

Dew Point 2-10 Degrees

 

$1,290
inc. GST
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EMDRY100

Cabinet Enclosed

Flow Capacity 100 CFM

Max Working Pressure 145 PSI

Dew Point 2-10 Degrees

 

$1,490
inc. GST
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Air Dryer for a Air Compressor 

A air dryer for compressor is used for removing water vapour from compressed air. The air compression concentrates water vapour naturally found in air.

What temperature is needed to extract water from air

The humid air with vapour enters the air compressor dryer, where it is cooled down to about 3 degrees Celsius. The water vapour or humidity that was in the air condenses into water. The water is then removed from the compressor by a watertrap.

What is Dew Point?

The measurement for compressed air water content is dew point. Dew point is the temperature where air with water or humidity and moisture begin to condense. It's the point where dew begins to form. Dew point is always stated as a temperature value.
 

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