Safe processes thanks to air preparation
If you want to improve the process reliability and availability of your machines, the first factor you need to look at is your compressed air supply.
Particles, water and oil are the natural enemies of perfectly prepared compressed air.
They have an adverse effect on the components and cost additional energy.
One cubic metre of untreated compressed air contains almost 200 million dirt particles and a lot of water, not to mention oil, lead, cadmium and mercury. These components are a risk to the functionality of your machines.
What your machines need is clean compressed air.
This is a worthwhile investment for your systems, and will improve:
- Machine availability
- Process reliability
- Service life
Clean compressed air can be achieved using air preparation. How clean your compressed air needs to be depends on your application and the compressed air quality it requires.
Compressed air quality to ISO 8573-1:2010
This standard defines different compressed air quality classes and specifies the maximum contaminant content for each class. Different purity classes are required for different applications and flow rates.
From the ISO class to compressed air preparation
What quality of compressed air do you require?
Check which products from the MS series for air preparation will fit your system.
Our engineering tool can help you choose the right service unit for your air preparation.