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Posted 15 October 2017 - 07:41 PM

 
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Posted Today, 12:47 PM

The ISO standards referenced by Trace Analytics are stricter than expected. It is hard to believe that most of the food/pharm industries are using a descant dryer for compressed air systems, which would be required to meet the dew point standard for product contact compressed air use. 

 

Any suggestions to control the setup to prevent non-viable particle counts from the setup and not the actual compressed air line? We have added new 5um filters and are still getting some particles as large as 40um on the filters. 


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