Desert Air Products Inc. is dedicated to the sales and distribution of the highest quality compressed air purification products available today.
Who We Are
Desert Air Products Inc. has been established in Stoney Creek Ontario to stock and distribute some of most innovative compressed air dryers available anywhere. Desert Air and its associates have a combined experience of well over 100 years in the business and we know what today’s market demands. Adsorption drying is our main focus. Whether it be a simple heatless air dryer, a more sophisticated heat reactivated dryer, or the latest single tower design, Engineered Air Products (EAP) out of Buffalo N.Y. supply our range of equipment. EAP are an independent privately owned company, who view product quality and customer service as top priority. By manufacturing in the USA, industry standards are surpassed to new levels, and there is the highest regard for quality and craftsmanship. Desert Air Products Inc is your exclusive source for EAP air dryers and parts in Canada.
We specialize in Providing top quality products for removing moisture, oil and dirt from compressed air systems
Compressed air dryers reduce the quantity of water vapor, liquid water, hydrocarbon, and hydrocarbon vapor in compressed air. Moisture in compressed air is harmful. Water damages a compressed air system several ways
Activated alumina is manufactured from aluminium hydroxide by dehydroxylating it in a way that produces a highly porous material; this material can have a surface area significantly over 200 square metres/g.
Used as a desiccant, it works by a process called adsorption. The water in the air actually sticks to the alumina itself in between the tiny passages as the air passes through them. The water molecules become trapped so that the air is dried out as it passes through the filter. This process is reversible. If the alumina desiccant is heated to ~200°C, it will release the trapped water. This process is called regeneration.
Want to know exactly how much moisture is in your compressed air?
Use this handy "Water in Air" calculator to find out!
How do different dryer models perform? How much energy is being used?
We have developed a "typical" scenario, and analyzed the results.
This is a quick reference chart to show remaining water in compressed air according to dew point temperature over a 24 hr period (1000 cfm system).