ACP/ACE aftercoolers of compressed air remove condensate and oil from the air stream during abrasive blast cleaning. Condensate and oils in the abrasive blast cleaning system lead to the caking of abrasive material and potential blocking of the metering valves, hoses and nozzles. Dry and cleaned compressed air prevents caking of abrasive material, increases performance and reduces maintenance costs. ACP/ACE coolers of compressed air are an efficient means of removing up to 95% of condensate and oil which are commonly present in compressed air. Dry air prevents moist abrasive material, which would lead to increased wear, downtime and extra servicing.

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Abrasive blast cleaning, paint spraying with a pneuamtic drive, guniting, and construction and road works using pneumatic tools.


With any brand of portable and stationary screw compressor unit. Compressed air flowing from a diesel compressor has a high temperature of approximately 90°C. At such a temperature, compressed air contains a large amount of moisture in the form of steam vapour. If an aftercooler and cyclone condensate separator are not used, compressed air can add up to 21.5 litres of water per hour into the system with a compressor operating at 5.7 m3/min capacity and a pressure of 7 bar. ACP/ACE aftercoolers of compress air cool compressed air to a temperature 3° C – 10° C higher than the ambient temperature. Once the air is cooled, vapour moisture condenses and up to 95% of condensed moisture may be eliminated from the system.

Functional characteristics

– portable design
– pneumatic or electric drive
– efficient cyclone separator
– distributing header to three or four ball valves
– pressure controller / filter / lubricator (ACP)
– contactor starter in sealed casing (ACE)
– inflated wheels