Compressed Air Treatment

  • Bekomat Auto DrainCondensate formation is physically unavoidable when compressing air, the Bekomat condensate drains are electronically controlled to reduce your costs from condensate damage.
  • Boge The BOGE range of oil water separators output typically less than 10 ppm in oil residue.
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The process of compressing air produces number of potentially disruptive by-products including condensation. Depending on what purpose or function the air compressor is providing may impact on the type of products that you require to remove the contaminants from the air.

If you use compressed air in the food packaging or processing industry a food grade oil may be required to adhere to commonwealth and state legislation. ISO (international standards organisation) currently publish three standards to define the compressed air quality. The three standards ISO8573, ISO12500 and ISO7183 cover the compressor equipment, filters and dryers respectively and each individually consist of multiple parts from identifying particular contaminants, test methods, purity etc...

Enerquip will assist you in deciding on the correct configuration of equipment, the processes involved in adhering to ISO standards and the filtration, dryer or ancillary products required to achieve the quality of compressed air you require.

Plastics Industry Pipe Association of Australia (PIPA) publish a number of industry guidelines relevant to air line pipe and fittings.

  • Electrofusion jointing of PE pipes and fittings for pressure applications.
  • Recommended parameters for butt fusion of PE pipes and joints.
  • Guidelines for the use of PE pipes and fittings for compressed air.
  • Temperature rating and life span of PE pipes.