Yes. Particularly if the incoming air from the compressor is humid, and the piping enters a cooler, conditioned building space. This can lead to problems with ice plugs in refrigerated warehouses, and corrosion in other systems. You can install an air dryer on your incoming line if this is an issue.
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Even though fire sprinkler dry pipe systems aren’t filled with water, condensate will build up over time. If excess water isn’t removed from the dry pipe system’s low point drain it can lead to costly repairs. This situation occurs when the excess condensate freezes and cracks the pipe. In order to avoid low point drain damage due to freezing, follow NFPA 25 guidelines that explain how to empty a fire sprinkler low point drain. Here are directions on how to empty a dry pipe system’s low point drain.
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