Video details compressed-air treatment

The Compressed Air and Gas Institute (CAGI) is offering Air Treatment, a 17-minute video that provides an overview of compressed-air treatment. It introduces the viewer to the different ISO air quality classes and answers such questions as:

  • Why treat air?

  • Where do contaminants come from?

  • What are the negative consequences of contaminants in a compressed air system?

  • How much should air be treated?

  • What role does maintenance play in air system efficiency?

The video is divided into three major sections: cooling, drying, and cleaning. Descriptions of components and equipment used to treat the air are provided.

For further information or to obtain a copy of the video, contact John Addington at the CAGI office, 1300 Sumner Ave, Cleveland OH 44115; e-mail [email protected]; fax 216-241-0105; or visit the web site at www.cagi.org.

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