Air Dryers remove water from compressed air systems by passing it through a desiccant that absorbs moisture. The air dryers automatically deliver a standard -40F pressure dewpoint. They can optionally attain dewpoint’s as low as -100F. The systems are easily maintainable and are extremely reliable for both dewpoint suppression and mechanical reliability.
When you use a compressed air dryer to prevent moisture in a compressed air system, you can avoid problems like equipment corrosion and frozen outdoor compressor air lines.