THE EXTRACTOR/DRYER® Series
Better Roads Staff | August 4, 2010
LA-MAN ® Corporation has a unique approach to providing filtration for compressed air systems. The patented series of Extractor/Dryers® are designed as a point of use filter that efficiently removes moisture and contaminates to improve and extend the life cycle of tools and equipment.
The distinctive Extractor/Dryer® is a two-stage filter designed to operate most effectively within twenty-five feet of the point of use. Each model offers a standard 5-Micron rating with lower Micron ratings available. With flow ranges of 15 SCFM to 2000 SCFM and pressure ratings of up to 250 PSI, the Extractor/Dryer® is an ideal solution for an extensive array of applications including air powered tools, surface preparation, paint spraying, powder coating, and pneumatic operated equipment.
Additional standard features of the Extractor/Dryer® include a built-in differential pressure gauge and weep drain. The differential pressure gauge provides a visual indication of required maintenance, which is easily accomplished with the installation of the appropriate service kit and without removing the unit from the air system. The weep drain allows for a continual discharge of moisture from the Extractor/Dryer® and may be replaced by either the addition of a float drain or electronic drain valve for more precise control.
In addition to the complete line of Extractor/Dryer® models, other compressed air filtration products available from LA-MAN ® Corporation include the SuperStar Membrane Dryer, SuperStar .01 Micron Filter, Refrigerated Dryer, Pneuguard In-Line Dryer, and LA-MAN Breathing Air Systems.
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