Parker Compressed Air Dryers

Eliminate water in your airline, improve productivity

Is your compressed air system ready for the summer heat and all the humidity that comes with it?? The problem we all struggle with is removing the water vapor, condensed water and water aerosol contained in the compressed air lines before it reaches critical production equipment. Because the compressed air cools in the lines after exiting the compressor, water condensation occurs at various points downstream including in valves, air cylinders, air receivers, hand tools and machinery. The results are sputtering of hand tools, creation of rust, inconsistent line pressure, production slow down, added repair time – loss of production.