Helmet Air Coolers
What is an Air-Cooled Aftercooler?
When this air is compressed, moisture (known as humidity) in the air is also compressed at the same rate. If not removed, the water (and other particles) can be harmful to your pneumatically operated equipment. Additionally, the air becomes hot through the compression process, contributing to safety concerns and damages to your system, and ultimately a poor quality product.
Air compressor aftercoolers, moisture separators, and float drains can alleviate this problem through the action of cooling the air, forcing water to condense, and with a moisture separator, it simply drains away taking with it many of the other contaminants. The result is clean, cool air that will provide better quality and increases the performance of your air-operated processes.
An after cooler is a mechanical intensity exchanger intended to eliminate the intensity of pressure from the compacted wind current and prepare the air to enter a dryer or potentially be utilized in air-worked gear. Aftercoolers are a necessary part of any packed air framework and can enormously help your framework and general situation. In addition, Air Cooled Aftercooler safeguards downstream gear from unreasonable intensity and dampness – this will delay the life and effectiveness of your dryer.