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Compressed air dryers are used in many applications to produce technically dry air. On one side of the refrigeration dryer, warm, moist air flows from the compressor into the refrigeration dryer, which is reduced by a heat exchanger to a pressure dew point of approx. 3 to 5 ° C. On the other side of the refrigeration dryer, this cold air is flowed out again. This protects your compressed air piping network, materials and equipment against moisture and corrosion damage.