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Condensate drains are possibly the least glamorous and most ignored component of a compressed air system but nevertheless, a most important part. No matter how much you spend on that fancy new compressed air system, not spending a little effort with your drain choice could cause you no end of headaches and increased operating costs for years to come.
During the process of compressing air, atmospheric air along with water vapour and atmospheric contaminants (hydrocarbon, dust particles or chemical vapours), are drawn into the compressor intake.
Compressed air is the fourth energy utility after electricity, gas and water.
Few production lines in the world would run without it. The majority of compressed air is provided by oil-injected screw compressors and the compressor oils play a major role in generating clean compressed air in an energy-efficient way. They account for less than one
The Air-Saver is installed just beyond the air receiver tank. It can be programmed to automatically open just prior to the start of a work shift and close just after the end of the work shift. By doing so you save compressed air and reduce energy costs.