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Compressed air is discharged at elevated temperatures in a saturated condition. Any cooling which takes place through after-coolers, dryers, or pipelines cause the water vapor to condense into a liquid form, which then mixes with any oil carryover of a machine. This contaminated condensate cannot be disposed of into sewer systems, or onto the ground, without being properly treated.