Compressed air conditioning
Compressed air conditioning is essential to ensure the quality and cleanliness of the compressed air. It extends the service life of pneumatic components.
The purpose of compressed air conditioning is to achieve a compressed air that
- is largely free of foreign bodies, foreign matter and water. Water increases the risk of corrosion, combines with oil to form emulsions and thus impairs the antifriction properties of moving parts.
- is adjusted to the required operating pressure.
- either contains or does not contain lubricant (depending on technological requirements).