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Our Compressed Air Treatment Solutions

Gardner Denver compressed air treatment is specifically engineered and designed to provide outstanding performance in various applications. The air treatment method cleans air prior to entering the air compressor so avoid any damage to the process. Each component of the air treatment system has a unique job, but the entire unit works toward clean and dry air. There are multiple ways to clean and filter compressed air.

Refrigerated Air Dryer

Refrigerated air dryers account for a majority of the compressed air dryer applications. Quality and efficiency is important for compressed air treatment, using refrigerated air dryers easily provides continuous dry air. The refrigeration system cools the incoming compressed air, allowing the water to condensate and drain. There are two different types of refrigerated air dryers, cycling units and non-cycling units.

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Desiccant Air Dryer

Desiccant air dryers purify compressed air by adsorbing moisture. The process of drying occurs when the compressed air sent through a vessel contains a pair of drying agent towers. The moisture is transported through adsorption and the drying process switches to the other tower. Allowing the system to blow the material dry. 
Gardner Denver's desiccant air dryers maintain controlled humidity environments. Industries where the drying process is crucial, rely on the desiccant dryers to maintain the quality of products .
 

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Air Filters

Gardner Denver filters provide dependability in the air system to block any contamination entering the air lines to prevent damage. Keeping out any unwanted dirt or oil is essential for the compressed air system to increase downtime and lower energy costs. Removing moisture, dust and oil from the air will provide the cleanest air for any job. 
 

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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. 
 

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Process Chillers

A process chiller is a thermal device that removes heat generated from the process. In order to drop the rising temperatures, the equipment repeatedly conducts chilled water running through the system. Removing undesired heat can ensure the process continues in a safe and efficient manner. Chillers are a vital piece of equipment in many processes.
 

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Nitrogen Generators

Nitrogen Generators are the most efficient way to supply gas. Constantly supplying high purity gas, unlike gas cylinders ensures top notch performances. With advanced energy saving technology, the nitrogen gas generators require less compressed air to generate more nitrogen. Between lower costs and reduced downtime, this system provides the most cost-efficient nitrogen supply. 
Our nitrogen generator technology separates the nitrogen molecules from other molecules and removes any traces of oxygen or other gases. Allowing the nitrogen to pass through to the application.
 

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Features and Benefits of Compressed Air Treatment

  • Cost-Savings - The use of clean air ensures quality standards are met, reducing the production cost.
  • High Performance - The Gardner Denver range of air treatment equipment is designed for optimum performance.
  • Energy Efficiency - Gardner Denver compressed air dryers consume less energy with their energy saving features. They were specifically designed to remove the moisture from your compressed air system.
  • Continuous Moisture Control - Compressed air treatments remove moisture content from the compressed air. Each air system has its own way of achieving moisture reduction.
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