Electronic, timer controlled, high pressure, automatic and manual – for all applications. Preserve the life of your equipment and the quality of your finished product, with correctly installed condensate drains.
Condensate draining of equipment is possibly the most ignored area of a compressed air system, which if not properly taken care of can cause large problems. No matter how much money is spent on high-quality compressed air equipment, it can quickly become worthless if the condensate is not discharged from the system.
Condensate drains are typically installed on moisture separators, coalescing filters, air receivers, air dryers and drip legs, to remove condensate from the compressed air system. The condensate should be piped from automatic drain valves to oil/water separators to remove the oil from the condensate prior to discharge to a drain.
Pay attention that the drains operate properly. Only in this way can you be assured the filters and separators are successful in completing their task.