Compressed Air

A supply of clean, dry compressed air is essential for manufacturing processes, laboratories, and hospitals. To meet the international ISO 8573-1 standard for compressed air quality, compressed air needs to be dried and filtered to remove excess moisture and particulates.

Controlling the Costs of Compressed Air

Drying compressed air is expensive and ensuring efficiency is vital to keep costs and energy use as low as possible. PST’s monitoring systems and dew-point transmitters control compressed air dryers to keep costs down.

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Moisture in Medical Breathing Air

Compressed air and gases used in medical applications for patient care must be clean and near-sterile. Water vapor is a common contaminant in medical breathing air and must be controlled to protect patients’ health.

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