Drains are a critical component of compressed air treatment systems due to their role in effectively removing accumulated condensate, which typically includes water, oil, and other contaminants, from the air system. During the compression process, moisture is inevitably condensed from the air, and if not properly drained, it can lead to a range of issues such as corrosion in piping, damage to air tools and equipment, and deterioration of the quality of the compressed air. Efficient drainage ensures that these contaminants are regularly and reliably removed, thereby maintaining the health and efficiency of the compressed air system. Additionally, proper drainage is essential for preventing operational disruptions and maintaining compliance with air quality standards, especially in industries where moisture in compressed air can compromise product quality or safety standards. Thus, drains play an indispensable role in ensuring the reliability, longevity, and safety of compressed air systems.