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Compressed air is only as good as its purity. When your process is exposed to oil, it becomes increasingly difficult to keep air clean, increasing the costs you’ll face — especially as you use more and more air. To address this concern, many companies are turning to oil-free or oil-less air compressors. Today, oil-free compressors are becoming more common because they offer cost savings.
These purity and environmental benefits will often translate into other savings that may reduce your overall ownership costs. Here are a few of the things to consider if you’ve been wondering: “How do oil-free air compressors work?”