In daily production nothing ever goes as planned. Production managers maybe up to their eyeballs with moisture and corrosive gunk in their compressed air lines. When that happens air-operated equipment can wear out FAST! It can seize up, break down and then terrible things happen to production schedules, costs and quality.
Van Air Systems can help solve your problems – well the ones related to Compressed Air at least. We can take the things you DON’T want in your compressed air system OUT! We know when to use what and how.
- COOL IT: Air-Cooled Aftercoolers, these reduce hot compressed air to within 15° of surrounding air, and remove 70% of water and gook.
- DRY IT: Deliquescent Dryers – have no moving parts and no power is required. They can be installed virtually anywhere. These low cost desiccant dryers remove harmful water vapor from compressed air lines. Wet compressed air enters the bottom of the dryer and flows upward through a bed of deliquescent desiccant, which absorbs moisture as it slowly dissolves. Condensate drops to the bottom of the vessel to be drained. Dry compressed air exits the top of the vessel. Simple as that.
- DRY-O-Lite Desiccant – this desiccant slashes the dewpoint of your air to 20° below the inlet temperature. Therefore no moisture can condense in your air system. It also will catch the moisture and most of the gook the aftercooler may have missed. All of this without any outside energy!!!
- Clean it– Remove all that condensate out of your compressed air system by draining it with an Automatic Drain Valve.
- Filter it – Your final piece of armor to your compressed air lines is a Filter. Van Air Systems F200 filters remove compressor lubricant, oil aerosols, dust, dirt and scale from your compressed air system.
What do you have left? CLEAN AND DRY COMPRESSED AIR
Moral of this quick story: Your compressed air system may be crying out for some attention. Van Air Systems has the attention it needs! There are not too many companies that provide a 1-stop shop to help solve your compressed air problems. However we know how to put a compressed air system together to boost production, cut maintenance costs and save on downtime.