Industrial Pneumatic Technology: Aftercoolers, Driers, and Receivers

SKU: RVI-11179Duration: 30 Minutes

Air compressors are used in industry to store compressed air or inert gases, which can then be used to power air motors, cylinders, and other pneumatic devices. Clean, dry air is essential for pneumatic systems to function properly, so it is important to remove moisture and contaminants to ensure optimum performance of the system. In this interactive online course, we will identify some components of air compressors, including aftercoolers, dryers, receivers, and air distribution systems.

Course Details


Training Time: 30 minutes

Compatibility: Desktop Only

Based on: Industry Standards and Best Practices

Languages: English

Learning Objectives

  • By the end of this course, you will be able to:Describe the purpose and function of filters for preventing air contamination Describe the purpose and function of an aftercooler in a compressed air system Identify drying techniques most commonly used in industrial pneumatic systems Describe the purpose and function of receivers in a compressed air system Identify the three main types of pipe systems commonly used in industry
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