Compressed air is known as “the fourth utility” – just like electricity or water, it is an essential input across all fields of industrial manufacturing, necessary to keep production lines moving.
When air is initially pulled into a compressor, it often contains pollutants, dirt particles and water vapor, which condenses into liquid water when the air is compressed. These impurities can cause disruptions in your operations, leading to substantial, but avoidable costs. To avoid expensive production breakdowns, compressed air should be oil-free, clean and dry. An efficient and smart air solution is more than a line of high-quality compressors. It is a combination of air generation, filtration, drying, compressed air storage, condensation management and purification expertise.