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  • Options for clean, dry, oil-free compressed air
    between two desiccant towers to ensure a constant supply of dry air. A membrane dryer, shown here with a coalescing filter, takes advantage of the different size of oxygen, nitrogen, and water molecules to deliver moisture-free air. The need for cleaner compressed air is apparent to anyone trying
  • Clean Air is money in the Bank
    Clean, dry air is critical to the success and efficiency of pneumatic systems, but contamination and condensation are unavoidable when generating compressed air. One source of contaminants is the air being drawn into the compressor. Dirty,
  • Just How Important is Air Quality and Quantity for CMMs with Air Bearings?
    80% of the CMM repairs we perform are directly related to poor or insufficient quantity of air supply. The importance of maintaining a clean, dry air supply cannot be emphasized enough. Where the Coordinate Measuring Machine's (CMM's) air supply specifications are not met, the negative effects
  • Hybrid Refrigerated/Desiccant Compressed Air Dryers
    For those relatively few, but general large compressed air applications that need extremely dry air (down to -40°F), there are several types of desiccant dryers to do the job. In many cases, the most effective and least costly to operate will be a hybrid dryer system. This whitepaper explains
  • Modular Air Bearings for Motion Control
    media (usually carbon but sometimes ceramic for clean rooms or superhard surfaces). This media distributes clean dry air evenly through millions of submicron-sized holes across the surface of each bearing. These holes are much smaller than the orifices found in the more conventional approach. When
  • Keep Your Compressed Air High and Dry
    Most maintenance and production engineers would say that oil is the major contaminant in their compressed air system. Wrong. Nearly all of the total liquid contamination found in a compressed air system is water, with oil being a small part of the overall contamination problem. Filter systems can
  • Keep Your Compressed Air High and Dry
    Most maintenance and production engineers would say that oil is the major contaminant in their compressed air system. Wrong. Nearly all of the total liquid contamination found in a compressed air system is water, with oil being a small part of the overall contamination problem. Filter systems can
  • Comparing cleanroom wipers with a dry abrasion resistance test
    , garments, and swabs. Traditionally, wiper fabrics have been evaluated for releasable particles by agitation in air (Helmke drum and flex tests) or in water (shaking, swirling, or ultrasonicating, with or without the addition of solvents or surfactants). Although such tests may include some fabric/fabric

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