What Happens if You Don't Use Air Treatment in Your Business?
Air treatment is used for a variety of applications including automotive, industrial, maintenance, food and beverage industries and more.
Air treatment helps prevent finish damage, scrapped materials, and tool/equipment replacement due to air moisture damage, like rust, when
using compressed air. Air treatment dryers focus on corrosion-resistant heat exchangers that heighten the efficiency moisture separation for
long-term dry air supply.
Water contamination can lead to microbial contamination, corrosion, blocked or frozen valves, cylinders, air motors and tools, premature
wear and failure of equipment. Water contamination of compressed air systems can reduce production efficiency and increase manufacturing
When speaking of air compressors, compressed air treatment is a method that dehumidifies and cleans air prior to entering the air
compressor. This is done using an air dryer and an additional filter beyond the air filter found in a compressor. Air is always
contaminated with solid particles such as dust, sand, soot, salt crystals and water. An effective compressed air treatment system lowers the
dew point of the air and takes out the elements that may harm the air compressor. Remember the higher the temperature, the higher the
ability to hold moisture.
When investing in an air compressor or a compressed air system, compressed air treatment is a wise choice when protecting your equipment.
Having a compressed air treatment system allows your system to perform at its optimal best and prolongs the life of the system by reducing
rust and corrosion that can be caused by wet, dirty air. With compressed air treatment, you will have clean air that runs faster and does
not contain particles that can corrode the machine over time. Also, air that has undergone compressed air treatment is dry, meaning it does
not promote the growth of rust like wet air does.
For more information on Pneumatech air treatment options, please do not hesitate to contact us directly.
Pneumatech: Your guarantee of high-quality compressed air and gas.
Since 1966, Pneumatech has provided industry-leading compressed air and gas treatment solutions to production facilities across the globe.
Our innovative machines and accessories provide clean, dry air and gas to industries such as automotive, textile, power generation, oil &
gas, food & beverage, and electronics. We design equipment that is easy to configure, transport, use and maintain. And we provide
responsive service globally to ensure you get the most out of your equipment over its long lifetime. Furthermore, we have the capability to
engineer products to fit your specific applications.
Who we are and how Ash Air can help your business!
Ash Air has been around in New Zealand since 1979, and we’ve grown into a nationwide company with international support and a
reputation for quality and reliability.We look after all things compressed air for your business!
Reciprocating, Screw, air compressors
An extensive line of air treatment components
Ash Air's range of Chicago Pneumatic, Alup, Pneumatech, and Quincy compressors are used extensively around the world in industries
ranging from oil and gas to food, automotive and farming, and we bring you these world class compressors here in the land of the long white
cloud.Our technicians are compressed air equipment experts and are dedicated to addressing customer needs. Supported by a 13 locations
nationwide, Ash Air offers one of the widest selections of compressed air equipment and parts available today in New Zealand.
Reliability and Efficiency
With Ash Air compressors, you can count on reliability and high performance for even the most demanding applications. We focus our
efforts on the following:
Air is always contaminated with solid particles such as dust, sand, soot, salt crystals and water as it leaves the compressor. An effective
compressed air treatment system lowers the dew point of the air and takes out the elements that may harm equipment downstream of the
compressor and dryer
The ambient temperature in an air compressor’s environment can greatly affect your air compressor’s performance. All air compressors will
generate some amount of water, but depending on inlet air conditions some can produce large amounts of water.