Water condensates when compressed air cools down in after coolers of compressors or refrigeration dryers. Failure to discharge this water punctually from the compressed air system can result in expensive consequential damage: Pipework corrodes, pneumatic valves, cylinders and tools wear prematurely and the performance capability of the compressed air system is reduced. This results in a lack of process safety and increased costs for compressed air technology.
A water separator extracts the condensate particularly economically from the compressed air. Decisive hereby is the reduction of the flow resistance. What applies here is the lower the flow resistance, the lower the operating costs. The CLEARPOINT W water separator functions with an extremely low pressure difference and thereby achieves the highest separating rates