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Condensate Management

Compressed Air Systems should have a condensate management network in place. How a facility manages the air condensate affects the environment. 

Once the compressed air is compressed, the air cools and the excess water condenses into a liquid state. This water mixed with other elements in the environment and traces of lubricant from the compressor create compressed air condensate. The oil must be removed from the condensate before entering the sewer system in an environmentally safe manner. 

Determining the condensate properties that are being produced are valuable when selecting the compressed air system materials. 
 

The electronically level-controlled condensate drains from Gardner Denver are the industrial standard for reliable cost-effective condensate drainage.
Benefits

  • Fast installation and very easy maintenance
  • Sensor control offering high reliability
  • Discharge according to demand
  • High quality aluminum housing
 

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