Air Preparation Units to Extend Your Equipment Life
Designed to filter out particles and remove condensation, air preparation units help reduce moisture issues on your dry ice blasting projects and assist in extending the lifespan of your equipment.
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Frequently Asked Questions
Why do I need an air preparation unit?
The air from a general air compressor is HOT and WET – diesel compressor air will have temperatures of above 100°F, and will pull in humidity with it. These conditions would quickly destroy standard air hoses and diaphragms in dry ice blasting equipment.
An air preparation unit is designed to take the hot, wet, and oily air from a compressor and prepare it for a dry ice blasting unit. The air temperature is brought down to just above ambient and then passed through a water filter/separator. This air is then sent to the air supply hose.
A small amount of oil and moisture will remain in these conditions, but the amount is inconsequential for most blasting operations. If you need more oil or water removed, attachments are available for our air preparation units to accommodate.
Can I rent the air preparation unit before buying?
Absolutely. You’re able to rent any of our machines before you choose to purchase to see how it works for you. We’re certain that once it’s in your hands, you’ll see how much you’ll love dry ice blasting with our equipment.
Do you offer training?
Wickens offers a thorough training program for all our machines. We strongly encourage training when you purchase any dry ice-blasting equipment to ensure your team is properly educated on safe operation and standard training procedures. For more information on our training program, please visit our training page.
Can I hire your team to operate the equipment?
Absolutely. We offer a team of expert technicians who are available for hire for any of your dry ice blasting needs. Please contact us to learn more.
Do you offer parts and service for your equipment?
Wickens Dry Ice Blasting is happy to provide full servicing and parts for all our equipment available. For more information, please visit our parts & repair page.
Do you sell used or refurbished equipment?
Yes, we both repair and refurbish equipment, and have it available for sale. To learn about our available used and refurbished equipment, please contact us.
Do you offer financing?
Wickens works with an independent finance company to provide financing services for our clients. For more information about this service, please contact us.
Do you sell your equipment outside of North America?
How long does it take to deliver?
This depends on your location and the equipment you are ordering. When we build a quote for you we will put together an approximate timeline based on your needs. For more information, please feel free to reach out.
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