From water chillers to Nitrogen gas generators, tanks and compressed air dryers, our superior range of air treatment options will be sure to improve the quality of compressed air supply.
Champion dryers generate dried, filtered and pressurised air that serves many useful functions. The dryers use environmentally friendly refrigerants and are designed for superior performance in hot, humid and dusty conditions.
Refrigerated air dryers help eliminate harmful moisture in compressed air systems. Removing harmful moisture from compressed air helps prevent freezing air lines, corrosion in piping and equipment and malfunctioning of pneumatic process control instruments which can all lead to system failure.
Desiccant dryers help to ensure that there is little to no moisture downstream, which helps improve performance, productivity and reduces maintenance costs. Dew points of up to -70°C can be achieved with desiccant dryers.
Compressed air receiver tanks that are correctly sized can greatly improve the energy efficiency of the compressed air system. A larger air receiver results in greater air storage. This greater storage reduces the load and unload cycle of the compressor, resulting in energy savings.
Nitrogen gas generators provide a solution for every food and industrial application that requires nitrogen gas with residual oxygen levels from 16% down to 10ppm (up to 99.999 % purity). This can offer a cost-effective, more reliable solution when compared to bottled gas supply.
The Champion water chiller is the accessory of choice for chilled water needs. Chillers supply the exact water temperature requested even with differing ambient conditions and load requests.
High performance filters can save money when stringent oil and particulate regulations for compressed air quality are met. The SL filter range can help save money as well as provide the lowest energy requirement at the highest, validated performance. A further benefit of SL filters is that they have nominal inlet and outlet connections, which have been matched to meet those of the most popular compressor flow rates.