COMPRESSED AIR TREATMENT
Compressed air dryers,
in-line filters, and engineered piping are used to deliver
clean-dry air to the desired location at the prescribed
specification. To do this, they eliminate the moisture that
is naturally generated when air is compressed. HTE Compressed
Air Solutions supplies dryers to match the capacity of almost
any compressor, including in-line filters, drains, oil/water
separators and other air treatment accessories. These
products combine to offer you a truly integrated compressed
air contaminant removal system.
How dry air helps you
productivity and lower maintenance costs. Extended service
life of air tools, motors and cylinders. Prolonged life of
your entire compressed air system.
Refrigerated dryers provide you with an economical means of
improving the quality of your production process. No
moisture downstream improves productivity and reduces
maintenance costs. Our Refrigerated Dryers operate in high
temperature and high pressure applications removing water
vapor from compressed air to a pressure dew point of
How they work. These dryers cool
compressed air by mechanical refrigeration, removing the
moisture and minimizing downstream condensation, unless the
air is exposed to lower temperatures. With models ranging
from 13 to 8480 scfm, you can specify the dryer that is
virtually customized to your requirements.
Regenerative (Desiccant) dryers are available in the
ultra efficient heat of compression rotary drum design, heat
of compression desiccant design, heated purge desiccant, and
heatless desiccant design. Regenerative, or desiccant,
dryers are ideal for installations with outdoor piping and,
or, processes requiring an extremely low dew point to
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In oil-flooded compressor systems the condensate
by-product includes trace amounts of oil requiring that it be
disposed of in an environmentally safe manner.
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about our low maintenance treatment systems click
HTE Compressed Air Solutions is your resource for all your
compressed air dryer needs if you are in Kansas,
Missouri or Illinois.