How To Get Oil-Free Air from an Oil-Free Compressor
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It's well known that failure to control compressed air contamination can have devastating results, including contaminated product, failed audits, unscheduled downtime, increased production costs and brand damage.
That's why many companies install an oil free compressor in the mistaken belief that it will deliver oil free compressed air to critical applications. However, compressed air treatment for oil and other contaminants is still necessary, even with an oil-free compressor.
This white paper investigates:
- Misconceptions that accompany the installation of an oil-free compressor.
- Contamination risks associated with oil-free compressors.
- How to mitigate the risks by installing the correct purification equipment to deliver clean, technically oil-free compressed air.