New guide ensures hygiene for compressed air use

By Rick Pendrous

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New guide ensures hygiene for compressed air use

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A new guide that explains how to ensure compressed air supplies are kept clean, pure and free of contaminants, has been released by Boge Compressors.

With so many potential contaminants placing the purity of compressed air and quality of food products at risk, the guide is expected to prove an essential tool for compressed air users.

The free guide outlines the threats to compressed air systems. These include airborne particles such as dust and pollen, water vapour, which naturally occurs in air, and compressor oil that is emitted as an oil vapour.

It also discusses the consequences of ignoring or failing to deal with potential contaminants, such as the contamination of end products. This creates health risks and can result in reduced productivity and profitability when food batches must be discarded.

The guide also explains how to prevent the problem of compressed air contamination, providing a variety of options for breaking down and removing contaminants.

Contact: Boge Compressors
Download the document here: Understanding Air Treatment – Whitepaper

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