Compressed air systems are susceptible to downtime, failures, pressure drops, compromised air quality, and rising energy costs when using subpar filter elements. Pioneer Air Systems filters are used to remove water and oils, solid particles, aerosols, particulates, and other contaminants that cause air compressor issues.
We offer a variety of compressed air dryer filters and filtration packages for many applications, airflow requirements, and purity standards. Matching your compressed air filter to your equipment and operations is essential, and using a gas dryer filter or breathing air filter for the wrong application is a costly mistake. Pioneer Air can customize compressed air dryer filter packages to minimize or eliminate line clogs, contaminations, inefficiencies, and downstream equipment damage caused by faulty air treatment.
Reach out to Pioneer Air today to discuss your compressed air dryer filter needs and get a free quote.
Whether you’re using monitored oil-free or coalescent filters, they’re eventually going to need changing. Rather than guessing or waiting until something goes wrong to change compressed air filters, Pioneer Air recommends a more strategic approach.
While service lives vary, in general, you should change your air compressor‘s filters every 2,000 hours. Because not every filter is the same, we encourage you to check the manufacturer’s recommendations for frequency. Be sure to inspect your filters periodically for visible wear and tear. If they look worn down or have holes, they should be swapped out for new filters, even if it’s long before their expected service life.
If you notice lower performance from your equipment, pay attention to your compressed air filters. Typically you won’t see performance issues until after the 2,000-hour threshold, but if yours is filthy or noticeably damaged, they’re the likely cause.