Visit our booth (#243) at Satellite 2018 in Washington DC, March 13-15!
THE TSI DIFFERENCE
TSI Solutions has been building rugged, no-maintenance waveguide dehydrators since 2004. Our core business is providing components and solutions for cleaning, drying, regulating and storage of compressed air. We have been in business since 1978.
Our experience with compressed air applications sets us apart from other providers of waveguide dehydrators, most of whom focus on manufacturing other components--mainly electrical--for the communications industry.
As an example, where most other manufacturers use desiccant dryers, which can get saturated with moisture or pass desiccant dust downstream into the waveguide, we have worked closely with our supplier to develop a high-efficiency membrane dryer. And because we put a 0.01 micron coalescing filter in front of it, the membrane dryer will last indefinitely, with zero maintenance.
We also pride ourselves on our ability to provide customized units for your particular application as well as our meticulous attention to detail in our assembly process.
Contact us today and allow us to introduce ourselves. We would welcome the opportunity to earn your business.
It is our mission to provide our customers with quality compressed air delivery systems that will insure the very best possible transmission and reception of electronic communications signals, backed by a high level of customer service and support.
We created our first waveguide pressurization and dehydration unit in 2004 in response to a customer who needed a replacement air compressor. An innocent question (“What are you doing with that compressor”?) led us to design what we thought was a superior unit, based on our 25 years’ experience in compressed air delivery systems.
Now, 13 years later, we have built hundreds of units for dozens of customers and we are proud to provide premier products and services based on our experience and commitment to quality.
Our customers can be found in a wide variety of industries and applications. Some of the most common include the following industries and market segments:
- Broadcast satellite uplink stations
- Weather tracking systems
- Mobile military applications
- Naval radar installations
- Public service companies
- Power generation companies
- TV and radio stations
- Cable television providers