of adhesion, dust, fish eyes and other problems on coated surfaces
are usually the result of problems in the compressed air supply.
These mistakes are expensive. They can be avoided with professional
air filters. Raw air, piped directly from an air source to a spray
gun, is of little use in spray finishing. Raw air contains small,
but harmful quantities of water, oil, dirt and other contaminants
that will alter the quality of the sprayed finish. Air filters
filter out these contaminants before they get on your paint job.
Air entering the filter is swirled to remove moisture that collects
in the baffled quiet zone. Accumulated liquid is carried away
through either a manual or automatic drain.
ultimate goal of air filtration is to remove all oil, dirt and
water from the air while maintaining good CFM air flow.