Having moisture in your air system is the #1 reason you have air system issues.
Volvo Truck Part Number: 85110799
The Air Dryer Cartridge is recommended to be replaced yearly due to being filled with particles that were filtered from the air. This filter will solve your slow build up and will help ensure your air going to tanks is filtered.
The air dryer filters moisture and other contaminants from the compressed air in the air brake system – watch the video! SUBSCRIBE TODAY! ► Get 30% OFF Air Brake Course. Coupon “youtube30” CLICK THE LINK SEE TOPICS BELOW.
Get 25% OFF Air Brake Course. CLICK THE LINK
Enter the Coupon “youtube” without quotations to get your discount.
Older Air Brake Systems 1:25
Pre trip Inspection 3:30
Draining the Wet Tank 4:20
ADIS Systems (Air Dryer Integrated System) 6:18
Question – Where is the Air Dryer located on your vehicle? 11:04
Most drivers’ manuals indicate that the air dryer is optional; however, this air brake components have been an integral part of a truck or bus’ air brake system for more than a quarter century.
The air brake system’s air dryer is located between the compressor and the first air tank. On older systems it is located between the compressor and the “wet” (supply) tank. On newer ADIS (Air Dryer Integrated Systems) the air dryer is located between the compressor and the primary and secondary air tanks (reservoirs).
There are two indicators of ADIS systems:
1) The governor is located within close physical proximity to the air dryer – often right beside the air dryer;
2) When building air pressure, an ADIS system will build either the secondary or primary sub-system to approximately 100 psi (pounds per square inch) and then build the other system.
When both systems attain approximately 100psi, both systems will build to maximum system pressure. When the air brake system attains maximum pressure the air dryer will purge, discharge or spit. The air dryer is the first indicator that the air brake system is at maximum pressure. Yet, when conducting a pre-trip inspection, a driver must confirm by the air gauges on the dash that yes, in fact, the system is at maximum pressure.
This Bendix Tech Talk provides insight on the importance of protecting a truck’s air system and selecting the proper replacement air dryer. The Bendix Tech Talk Series, presented by Bendix Commercial Vehicle Systems LLC at the annual Mid-America Trucking Show, aims to help educate drivers and fleets about topics such as advanced safety technologies, energy management solutions, CSA (Compliance, Safety, Accountability), and reduced stopping distance. Information in this video is accurate as of March 2018. For more details, call 1-800-AIR-BRAKE (1-800-247-2725) or visit www.bendix.com. Stay connected and informed through Bendix expert podcasts, blog posts, videos, and other resources at knowledge-dock.com. Follow Bendix on Twitter at Log on and learn from the Bendix experts at www.brake-school.com.
Today I am replacing the air dryer dessicant cartridge on my 2004 Monaco Knight diesel pusher motorhome. This is a Wabco Meritor Air Dryer using the R950011 cartridge. This job is much easier than I thought it would be.
How to replace an air dryer on a semi truck, in this video we show you step by step how to remove and replace an air dryer (This application is on a 2007 International 9400i, but almost all semi trucks have the same type of system and is very similar)
Check out www.vampiretools.com and use the Coupon Code: KOON15 for a 15% discount off your entire order plus get free shipping to anywhere in the Continental U.S.
Be watching for upcoming videos as we put these Vampire Tools to the test !
Thanks for watching ! I truly appreciate each view that I get on each and every video. For those that leave a comment, I always try to reply but there’s so many video I may miss one every now and then, but thanks for taking the time to leave a comment, I really appreciate that especially as busy as we all are !
If you aren’t subscribed to my channel, please subscribe, it doesn’t cost you a single dime ! If you like my content be sure to hit that “Bell” and it will notify you when I have a new video come out.
Be sure to join in on our normal weekly livestream on Sunday Mornings between 8-9 AM C.S.T. It’s a blast and you never know what we will end up talking about. There’s usually a good many people in there and it’s like old buddies hanging out shooting the breeze ! It will give you a chance to meet some of the awesome people in our Tool / Fix It community ! We have some truly amazing guys and gals in our community and we are truly blessed !
200 Davidson Dr.
Booneville MS 38829