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Industrial Compressed Air Dryers

THE ULTIMATE COMPRESSED AIR DRYING SOLUTION

Purifying your compressed air, increasing your efficiency.

LARGER CUSTOM UNITS AVAILABLE

Cooling, drying and purifying.

DIVERSE INVENTORY

Refrigeration and desiccant dryers, filters, accessories and more. 

OPTIMIZE YOUR SYSTEM

Remove impurities and minimize downtime.


About Us

With 40 years of experience selling industrial equipment, T. J. Snow Company is recognized as a trusted source for these important but often-overlooked process components.

Located in Chattanooga, Tennessee, T. J. Snow is a 50+ year old, family-owned manufacturer and distributor. In addition to air dryers, we distribute a complete line of industrial water chillers as well as manufacture and distribute equipment and supplies for the resistance welding industry.

T. J. Snow offers an extensive range of dryer and filters which will ensure that your compressed air is free of condensate, oil and other impurities.
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COMPRESSED AIR HOLDS MOISTURE 

Compressed air, commonly referred to as the fourth utility, is used in a variety of industrial applications.  Air simply does not exist without the presence of water in both its liquid or vapor form. No matter the season or geographic location, water is always present. Pressure and temperature determine the amount of moisture that air can hold.

Compressed air is air kept under pressure that is greater than atmospheric pressure (14.7 psia). When large volumes of air are heated by the compression process its ability to hold moisture increases, and unless the air is cooled, there is no way to control the amount of water vapor present. In simple terms, compressed air dryers remove moisture from compressed air by cooling the air to a temperature close to its saturation level that causes the moisture to condense out of the air. Read more….


MOISTURE IS DAMAGING

Moisture is always present, which consequently leads to a host of issues including, but not limited to, rust and rapid degradation of moving parts in production equipment, corrosion of pipes or connection valves, microbial contaminants in food production, adherence and discoloration in paint applications, and malfunction of pertinent operating equipment due to clogs, scale or rust. Water and moisture are damaging in an industrial environment. If you’ve ever experienced any of these issues (we have!), you will agree that battling moisture is constant, costly and time consuming. So rather than repairing, replacing or correcting the issues that affect your operations, equipment, or product, tackle the issue at the source and remove moisture from compressed air with a dryer.


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