Compressed air and gases traveling through pipelines can pick up some degrees of contaminants, such as dust, dirt, rust, pipe scale, welding slag, oil, water, and corrosion protective chemicals. It is critical to make sure compressed air and gases are free of liquid or solid contaminants before getting to flow measuring instruments and also at point of use. To do so, coalescers should be installed at various locations along the pipeline, especially after compressors, to prevent compressor lube oil and other contaminants from getting into downstream pipeline.
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