Compressed air contains dust particles and humidity from the environment, as well as compressor oil.
At the end of the compressor process, when the air is cooled down, contaminated condensate is generated.
Current legislation requires condensate treatment before disposal.
During the compression process, contaminants such as dust particles and water vapour from the atmospheric air are mixed with the hot oil.
The Chicago Pneumatic CPP range enables the separation and removal of this contamination, so the water can simply be discharged on site into the wastepipe.