Category Archives: Compressed Air Dryers

Compressed Air Dryers Explained

Compressed air dryers are important for removing moisture from compressed air. Compressed air will always contain some amount of water, which comes from the air that gets sucked in by the compressor. But if you’re going to get the best, most efficient and longest-lasting use out of your compressor and all its attachments, you’ll want […]

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Compressed Air Dryers Explained

Compressed air dryers are designed to remove water vapor from compressed air. When air is compressed, the temperature and atmospheric contaminants (in this case, water) increase. Compressed air has a 100 percent relative humidity rate. As the air cools, the water condenses and runs off into the machinery—similar to how your car might “leak” water […]

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