Can Moisture Damage My Compressed Air System?
And other good questions
Liquid water in a compressed air stream increases the cost of operation. It contributes to unnecessary product rejects and countless hours of unscheduled maintenance. Air tool lubricant gets washed away creating unnecessary wear. Highly acidic, this condensed water eats away at air motors and valves and, contaminates finished goods.
Invest in the correct drying technology for your application and the compressed air lines stay dry. Dry air will also pay you big dividends for years to come.