Moisture is one of the major contaminants in compressed air systems. It occurs because water vapour present in the atmosphere is drawn into the compressor, where its' concentration can rise dramatically as temperature increases. Of the ten contaminants commonly found in a compressed air system, water vapour, liquid water and aerosols account for the majority of problems experienced by the compressed air user.
HOW IT WORKS?
PNEUDRI comprises of high tensile extruded aluminium columns each containing twin chambers filled with desiccant material which dries the compressed air as it passes through.
One chamber is operational (drying), while the opposite chamber is regenerating using either the Pressure Swing Adsorption (PSA) (heatless) or Thermal Swing Adsorption (TSA) (heat regenerative) method of drying.