Effects Of Removing Drains(Moisture, Oil, and Dust)
OUTLINE of advantages
1. Decreased pneumatic equipment problems
Most pneumatic equipment problems, such as problems with cylinders, solenoid valves, and pneumatic motors, are caused by water in the air lines. By removing the water (and other drains), you can decrease the number of problems and improve the operation rate.
2. Extended life span of pneumatic equipment
Pneumatic equipment problems are often caused by rust formed when water lodges in the air lines, or by dust and fibers in the air lines, which occur before the parts are worn out.
3. Decreased sudden breakdowns and improved precision
Some of the causes of sudden stops and poor precision in pneumatic equipment are moisture and oil stuck in air lines, which affects stroke speed.
4. Decreased NG rate when making products
When blowing compressed air on products, residue in an air line may be sprayed onto a product and cause it to be faulty.
5. Decreased maintenance on equipment
By installing a WELL AIR water remover, you can decrease the amount of equipment maintenance.
Eight major features of the WELL AIR
Eight Major Features Of The WELL AIR
Provides high performance, eliminating 99.99 % (almost 100%) of the moisture.
There is no performance deterioration over time, and it can be used permanently.
Since the WELL AIR employs a new, high-performance moisture separation method, there is no need for dew-point controls.
The WELL AIR does not need any extra elements, such as filters and drying agents.
Since the WELL AIR does not use freon, it is easy on the environment.
The WELL AIR does not need any external power or heat.
Since the WELL AIR eliminates the drain from the moment air flow starts, there is no need to bleed some air when starting to work.
The WELL AIR is compact and lightweight. It does not need much space and can be installed inside a pneumatic device.