ECO-Aire® Super

Improve Productivity – Use ECO-Aire® Air Drying Systems while Blasting or Cleaning

ECO-Aire® Super (375-500 CFM)

ESCA has spent many hours researching and testing many individual air drying components – we have come up with a configuration that is highly portable and designed to withstand the rigors of an outdoor job site environment. All Eco-Aire® Super models are pneumatic systems and are designed to handle air drying for large air compressors ranging from 375 – 500 CFM volume (see below for CFM requirements).

• Maximum Portability and Quality

We professionally mount and connect all of these components onto a heavy duty hand truck in our facility. ECO-Aire® Systems travel well in a pick-up truck or can even fit into a large SUV. Please contact us now to obtain pricing and availability.

• Stage 1 – Aftercooler

Our Aftercooler is an industrial grade unit that we factory mount to the bottom of a HD hand truck. As the air travels through the Aftercooler, it cools and forms condensate. The ECO-Aire® Super models work best with larger air compressors ranging from 375 – 500 CFM. Simply connect your air hose to the unit to get started.

• Stage 2 – Water Separator

This component traps the condensate produced by the Aftercooler and utilizes an automatic float drain.

• More Info: Auto Shut Off Feature

Most air drying units we sell are 12 Volt systems which easily clip onto your air compressor battery to operate. With other systems on the market, if you “forget” to disconnect the clips when the compressor is not running it will drain the battery. All ECO-Aire® Systems include a sensor that will shut down the aftercooler once it doesn’t detect air flow, ensuring your battery remains charged and ready to go.

• Stage 3 – High-Efficiency Coalescing Air Filter

The air that exits the water separator then goes through the Coalescent Air Filter, which traps any remaining contaminants, including any residual lubricants, down to 1 micron. This important stage ensures your blast vessel always stays clean and dry, and also prevents these contaminants from ending up on the surface you are blasting. This is critical for anyone needing to comply with Military or SSPC abrasive blasting specifications.