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Corrosion occurs in steel pipelines without any surface treatment that is sensitive to moisture. Corrosion can lead to a reduced pipe diameter and contamination of compressed air with corrosive impurities.
The most effective way to prevent corrosion is to remove condensation from the compressed air as quickly as possible. This process can consist of several phases and must include the following:
The result is conditioned compressed air, which is suitable for various applications.