Posted by Admin on August, 30, 2021
A pneumatic device that transforms power into potential energy, which is stored in pressurised air, by means of diesel, gasoline engine or electric motor is called an air compressor. There are many methods by which an air compressor forces a large quantity of air to be stored in a storage tank and thereby increases the pressure.
On reaching the upper limit of the tank's pressure, which is been engineered, the air compressor stops working. The energy stored and retained in the pressurised air is used for a number of applications, through the kinetic energy released off the air. Again after the pressure of the tank touches the lower limit the air compressor starts working again.
Working Principle of Air Compressor
The screw element was first introduced in the 1930s. It consists of a male rotor and a female rotor. In the case of an oil injected scree compressor technology, the male rotor runs the female rotor. Whereas in an oil free design of compressor technology, a timing gear runs both the rotors.
The basic and fundamental principle of a crew compressor is, both the rotors, male and female, rotates in the opposite direction and as a result, the rotors draw air between them. In the process of filling the air, the air gets compressed. The speed of the rotors can be optimised after a certain level so that the mechanical and volumetric losses can be minimised.
A screw compressor, in general, does not possess any valves and any mechanical force which might cause unbalance. This explains that a screw compressor can be operated at a combination of high speed and large flow rates, yet can be stored within a small exterior.
Industrial Air Compressor
It is an air compressor that is made up of the material carbon steel. This device runs through an electrical power source and at a voltage of 220 volts and a frequency of 50 hertz. The industrial screw air compressor can be operated in high pressure, medium pressure and even in low pressure. The motor runs with horsepower ranging from. 0 to 3.
The industrial screw air compressor has a number of applications like pneumatic tools, sanding, sand blasting, painting, fabrication of small units, wood working etc.
Advantages of Industrial Air Compressor related to its design
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