Clean, Dry Air Is Fundamental to Productivity (.PDF Download)

Just like electricity, natural gas, and water, compressed air represents a critical resource in a broad array of industrial environments and countless applications—everything from familiar applications like vaporizing paint in a body shop to more technically advanced ones like lithography processes in semiconductor fabrication. However, simply preventing leaks in a compressed air system to maintain the required level of pressure is far from sufficient.

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