Dryers eliminate moisture from compressed air

Feb. 1, 2000
Kaeser Compressors, Inc. announces a simple, reliable way to produce dewpoints from -40° F to 50° F - the Kaeser Membrane Dryer. These low-maintenance dryers feature a bundle of tube-shaped membranes. The membranes allow only water vapor to pass. At the discharge end, a small amount of dry, compressed air sweeps the water vapor out of the dryer.

Kaeser Compressors, Inc. announces a simple, reliable way to produce dewpoints from -40° F to 50° F - the Kaeser Membrane Dryer. These low-maintenance dryers feature a bundle of tube-shaped membranes. The membranes allow only water vapor to pass. At the discharge end, a small amount of dry, compressed air sweeps the water vapor out of the dryer.

For more information, call Kaeser Compressors, Inc. at (800) 777-7873 or visit www.kaeser.com.

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