Air compressors can be excellent at the task that gives them their name, but how do they get air to compress in the first place? They take it from the surrounding environment, of course. However, they may pick up something else along the way that can reduce the device's effectiveness or even cause damage. Moisture is a danger to many kinds of machines, and air compressors are no different.
While a little will always make its way inside, too much can hasten the end of its lifespan. So how do you reduce the amount of moisture that enters the air compressor? This is where the humble air dryer comes in. Air dryers are essential machines that may use a variety of methods to separate and trap moisture while the air passes through. They make it possible for people to use air compressors in more humid environments. They also mitigate the amount that enters as a result of malfunctioning parts.
When you need air dryers, Industrial Air Power can help. Our selection includes over a hundred high-end models from Ingersoll Rand and Great Lakes Air. We only sell the best products on our store, so you can count on any of these air dryers to get the job done.