I was so pleased with the way this drier works I made a second one
This second one takes air directly from the compressor and dries it, hence my whole air distribution system will now have properly dried air. I'm sure that there will be existing moisture in the pipework, but after a bit the newly dried air should absorb and flush it out.
Looking at the picture starting on the left is the Regulator / Water Separator taking 150 psi from the compressor and reducing it to 100 psi - the water separator is the float type that blows water down the small pipe to the outside.
This is followed by an 'oiler' that although in circuit is NOT used or filled - it happened to be integral with the regulator so stayed there.
Then comes the new desiccant filter made exactly like the previous one.
This is followed by a large volume filter / water separator, just being used as a filter, as by this stage there should be no water to separate
Not pressured up yet as you can see from the gauges as the Loctite 542 needs another hour to go off.