Models from 750 liter/min up to 6000 liter/min are the most popular sizes, but we can virtually build any size.
The fan motors can be any specified voltage DC or AC on request.
Normally Airpower fits a mechanical condensate drain, but electric timer drains are also an option.
Airpower can build horizontal or vertical mounted models.
If you cannot hold the supply air-line without getting burned, (40°C) you will need an after cooler before your compressed air can enter any dryer or filter system.
What is an Aftercooler?
Aftercoolers are mechanical heat exchangers used to remove the heat and moisture from a compressed air stream so that it is cold and dry enough for use in air-operated equipment.
A compressed air aftercooler has three main functions:
- Cooling the air discharged from the air compressor,
- Condensing the moisture in the discharged air so it can be removed, and
- Filtering out any oil or other contaminants such as rust particles from the compressor.
What are the benefits of using Aftercoolers for Air compressors?
The benefits of using an aftercooler are to reduce the load of cooling the compressed air, from the refrigerant dryer. It will also help to reduce the moisture from the compressed air.
Refrigerated air dryers from 750 liters/min up to 17000 liter/min ex-stock. Larger ex overseas. Dew point 4°C under pressure. Automatic drain pre and manual drain after filters.
Screw compressors have no valves or other mechanical forces to cause imbalances unlike piston compressors.
Airpower keeps universal spare parts for compressors. Pressure switches, non return valves and safety valves are universal to all compressors. Bottom entry filters/ regulators, electric motors and starters can be used for many makes of compressors.