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Fluid Pro Hover high flow membrane air dryers prevent oilfield and offshore drilling moisture condensation.

They maintain relative humidity at or below 50%, well below saturation point to reduce risk of condensation without condensate disposal costs, installation constraints, and electric power expenses required by other drying methods. Less-than-20-in.-long package design supports inlet air flows as high as 330-cfm.

Dryers satisfy five critical moisture prevention requirements: condensate management, portability, zero or low power usage, effective functionality in extreme heat conditions, and space savings. Full Fluid Pro Hover specifics are yours free.

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