Compressed Air Treatment Equipment
Your air compressor gets you the air you need, but compressed air treatment is what ensures that the quality of the air is ideal for your application. From removing moisture to cleaning and purifying air, compressed air treatment works to ensure that your system is functioning at peak performance, and it works to reduce operating costs while ensuring the complete reliability of your system. From compressed air dryers to filtration to oil/water separators and more, TMI provides compressed air treatment equipment from premium brands to ensure that your compressed air system is as reliable and energy-efficient as possible.
If your compressed air system needs it, we’ve got it stocked on our shelves. We have the equipment to support all of your compressed air system needs. Here’s a look at some of the most commonly used air treatment equipment that TMI supplies and services.
Compressed Air Dryers
Compressed air dryers work to purify air by removing water vapor and contaminants from a compressed air stream. Refrigerated compressed air dryers are most commonly used for general applications, as they offer relatively low costs associated with installation, operation, and maintenance.
For more sensitive applications and processes, desiccant compressed air dryers are the favored solution. Desiccant dryers are ideal for applications needing exceptionally high quality, dry air. TMI Compressed Air supplies both desiccant and refrigerated compressed air dryers, along with application-specific air drying equipment. Here’s a look at just a few of the compressed air dryer options we have available:
Refrigerated compressed air dryers
- Cycling refrigerated dryers
- Variable speed drive refrigerated dryers
- Non-cycling refrigerated dryers
- High-temperature refrigerated dryers
- High-pressure refrigerated dryers
Desiccant compressed air dryers
- Desiccant heated blower purge regenerative dryers
- Desiccant externally heated regenerative dryers
- Desiccant heatless regenerative dryers
- Desiccant modular regenerative dryers
- Heat of compression dryers
- Oil field construction dryers
- Landfill digester gas dryer
Point of use Dryers
Compressed Air Filters
Properly filtered compressed air is essential to the condition of your industrial equipment. Unfiltered compressed air contains oils, aerosols, vapors, wear metals, and other particulates that, if left alone, can contaminate your equipment, interrupting production and shortening the lifespan of your machinery in general. Improperly filtered compressed air can lead to facility downtime, damaged products, internal system corrosion, damaged tools, and large-scale air concerns.
It’s important to ensure that your compressed air system makes use of the proper air filters given your application, and the types of air compressors you’re using. TMI offers a complete selection of compressed air filters and filtration equipment and will work with you to ensure your compressed air system has the proper filters to ensure reliable production, minimal maintenance and operation costs, and high-efficiency. Just a few of the filtration products we provide include:
- General-purpose compressed air filters
- Particulate filters
- Coalescing filters
- High-efficiency filters
- Pre-filtration air filters
- Charcoal vapor removal
- Reverse flow filters
- Mist eliminators
- High-pressure filters
- Odor removal carbon filters
- Particulate reverse flow filters
- Auto drain filters
- Desiccant air filters
- And much more
Compressed Air Oil Water Separators
Unless your facility uses an oil-free air compressor, there is at least some measure of “carryover” or oil particulate in the compressed air stream your compressor is putting out. Oil-lubricated air compressors are typically installed with filters that separate oil and condensate from the compressed air, but what happens after that?
Oil contaminated condensate is a hassle to store and dispose of. It’s also unlawful to dispose of oily condensate improperly, which is why oil water separators are a useful addition to any oil-lubricated air compressor.
Compressed air oil water separators work to minimize maintenance and cleanup by filtering out and separating any lubricant that is mixed in with water condensate. With all lubricant collected in one place, you can dispose of the air systems’ condensate safely.
TMI supplies, installs, and services a variety of oil water separators for any application and any industry. Whether you’re installing a new compressed air system, or you’re looking to upgrade an existing system an oil water separator is a great way to reduce the hassle that comes with the safe disposal of condensate.