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What may happen if we are not installing a desiccant air dryer to the compressed air system?

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What may happen if we are not installing a desiccant air dryer to the compressed air system?

The compressed air still contains the quantity of water vapor, liquid water, hydrocarbon and hydrcarbon vapor, Moisture in compressed air is harmful, water damages a compressed air system in the following ways,

Erosion--Water mist erodes piping, valves and other system component

Corrosion--Mist condenses and combines with salts and acids within the system forming highly corrosive solutions

· Microbial Contamination--Moisture supplies a growth medium for bacteria and mold, which produce acidic waste and can be a health threat

· Freezing--Water can freeze in compressed air lines shutting down the system

The result is lower productivity, increased maintenance, and higher operating costs. You can minimize the damage wet compressed air can inflict on your system by drying it.

Compressed air is dried to protect the system's piping and process equipment. Dry air also protects against lost product and preventing the growth of these microbiological contaminants which is crucial to industries, such as food, beveage, purmaceutical, medical, dental, electronics, cosmetics and any appliation where compressed air is used for provide breathable air. Most pneumatic equipment has a recommended operating pressure, dryness level, and a maximum operating temperature. Set your compressed air's systems dryness level to exceed the requirements of the equipment it powers.