Condensate Drains for Compressed Air Systems
Condensate shortens the lifespan of a compressed air system and results in the loss of productivity, and increased maintenance costs. ASP condensate drains remove unwanted moisture to protect the compressed air system, downstream equipment, and reduce utility costs by enabling your system to consume energy responsibly.
Demand Drains – Zero-Loss
Zero-loss drains help save money by conserving compressed air. To limit air loss, ASP zero-loss drains remove collected condensate automatically and on-demand without loss of compressed air. Up to 30% of electricity consumed by a manufacturing facility can be attributed to compressed air usage. Due to leaks, artificial demand, and inappropriate use, the manufacturing floor can waste as much as half of the compressed air produced.
most commonly purchased condensate drain
Our condensate drain with increased capacity
A condensate drain for high pressure compressors
A condensate drain for vacuum systems
A zero-loss condensate drain that uses an electric plug
A condensate drain that requires no utilities
Similar to the Robo-Drain but has smaller footprint
Timer operated drains are reliable, cost-effective devices that open the drain’s valve periodically and for an adjustable period of time. The valve may be open for a few seconds once an hour to remove the collected condensate. Time drains are appropriate in smaller systems or applications where the condensate generated is low.
An electric timer drain with digital, programmable screen
A premium timer drain with straight flow and a gate valve
Sure Drain – Solenoid Valve
Uses a conventional diaphragm valve
BVD – Ball Valve
Non-clogging and designed to handle higher flow
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