Air Compressors, Air Treatment and Pressure Regulation:service units

service units

In pneumatic systems a moisture separator, a pressure regulator, a pressure indicator, a lubricator and a filter are all frequently required, local to a load or system. This need is so common that combined devices called service units are available. Individual components comprising a service unit are shown in Figure 3.30a, while the composite symbol of a service unit is shown in Figure 3.30b.

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