Protecting your compressed air networks from moisture is important. Moisture leads to corrosion, decreased efficiency of equipment, and opportunities for freezing and blockages in the air lines. Using air dryers is an important step in treating your air to ensure you are getting the most efficient protection for your compressed air application. Various contaminates, in addition to moisture, can be present in your air. This creates issues in manufacturing as the quality of your air declines. Making use of various filters can target specific contaminates that may plague your compressed air network.
Attendees will learn the basics of Pneumatech's Air Treatment offering and dive deeper into the world of Desiccant Air Dryers, explaining the benefits and specific application requirements for each type of dryer.
- Learn a general overview of air treatment / dryers
- Understand the difference between various types of air dryers
- Discover which air dryer fits best for your application
- Learn more about Pneumatech and what air treatment options are available
Ben Smith has 4 years of experience working in the compressed air industry. He has specialized in the air treatment side of the business and has established himself as an expert in the field. Ben is the current Product Marketing Manager for Pneumatech and Chicago Pneumatic brands.