Compressed air dryers
Recommended for regions and places with high humidity.
Compressed air contains water vapor, and as it passes through the compressed air tubing, it cools and the vapor turns into liquid condensate. This condensate increases the need for maintenance and can affect the quality of operation of equipment that consumes compressed air.
As for maintenance, it can compromise the lubrication of parts, accelerating their wear. As for the operation, it can be mixed with the aggregates, causing the formation of moist clumps, which impairs the performance or results of the process. Also blocking hoses and nozzles.