Ambient air temperature, humidity, and quality directly influence the effectiveness of air treatment equipment. Your application and environment determine what level of air quality you need. Higher quality air can cost more to produce considering additional equipment purchases, more frequent maintenance, and higher energy consumption due to pressure drops and purge air. That’s why identifying and targeting applications with specific air quality requirements can actually help reduce operating costs. For applications requiring higher air quality levels, apply air treatment equipment at the point of use rather than the entire system.
Kaeser’s factory trained representatives are skilled in selecting and sizing dryers, filters, and other air treatment products.