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A component that cools compressed air coming from a compressor. An after cooler is a type of heat exchanger that also removes moisture.
After coolers are heat exchangers for cooling the discharge from a compressor. They use either air or water and are an effective means of removing moisture from compressed air. After coolers control the amount of water vapor in a compressed air system by condensing the water vapour into liquid form. In a distribution or process manufacturing system, liquid water can cause significant damage to the equipment that uses compressed air. An after cooler is necessary to ensure the proper functioning of pneumatic or air handling devices that are part of process manufacturing systems.
After coolers can use either air-cooled or water-cooled mechanisms. A compressor after cooler may be a stand-alone unit located downstream of the compressor, or may be integrated into the compressor itself. Water-cooled after coolers or heat exchangers are fitted into a pipeline and use a moisture separator and drain valve to extract the water from the compressed air moving through the pipe. The moisture separator uses centrifugal force to separate out the moisture and solids from the compressed air and they exit the system through a drain. An air-cooled heat exchanger uses ambient air to cool hot compressed air. An air cooled heat exchanger use a motor-driven fan to force the ambient air over the cooler, removing the heat from the compressed air.