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OIL-FREE COMPRESSORS PROVIDE CONTAMINANT FREE AIR


Generally, there are 10 contaminants found in a typical compressed air system that need to be removed or reduced for the system to run efficiently. These 10 contaminants are:
 
Water vapor
Oil vapor (from atmosphere)
Atmospheric dirt
Microorganisms
Oil aerosols
Oil vapor (from lubricated compressor)
Condensed liquid water
Water aerosols
Rust
Pipescale
The use of an oil-free compressor will only remove one contaminant from the 10 present (liquid oil). Oil vapor, present in the atmospheric air from vehicle exhausts and industrial processes are drawn into the compressor intake, cool and condenses to form aerosols which need to be removed or reduced to acceptable levels.
 
The purification equipment required to reduce, or remove the remaining contaminants by virtue of their operation also remove liquid oil and oil aerosols. Therefore regardless of the type of compressor installed, the same level of purification equipment is required.