SINGLE STAGE TYPES ARE DESIGNED FOR 8 BAR, TWO-STAGE TYPES 12 BAR
Preference to start with single-phase electric motors in types up to 4 kW
Parts such as compressor head, cylinder, valve, crank are cast.
Lubrication is done with the help of a rod integrated into the connecting rod.
There is a mini ball valve integrated into the body, which allows the compressor oil to be drained easily. A detachable blind plug is attached to the outlet of this valve against the risk of draining the oil.
It is air-cooled: Cooling is provided by the air flow created by the inter- and after-coolers and the propeller.
Thanks to the sight glass integrated in the compressor head, the condition of the oil can be easily monitored.
Monitoring of the pressure status is done with a manometer.
Operation control (no load-load operation) is provided by the pressure switch.
With the safety valve set to +1 bar of the compressor operating pressure, the system is assured against excessive pressure.
The air filter element is placed in a plastic filter container that allows easy replacement.
The safety of the belt-pulley system is provided with a closed enclosure in accordance with CE norms.
The compressor unit is mounted on the air tank, it can also be mounted outside the tank.
A ball valve is attached to the air outlet of the air tanks. Also, a mini ball valve is used under the tanks for condensate discharge.
Solenoid relief valve for no-load start (for models over 7.5 kW)
Compressor Engine-operated machinery used to compress air or other gases to pressures higher than atmospheric pressure.
In addition to providing air support in environments where compressed air is required, it is also used for cooling purposes in systems working with ammonia.
The working system of the compressor is to use the air taken from outside to high pressures. In addition to the advantages of compressed air, as the pressure level produced by the compressor increases, it causes an increase in electricity consumption and an increase in costs.
Today, different types of compressors are used in businesses. Although reciprocating compressors were common in the past, the need for air in greater quantity or pressure that arises alongside their noisy operation, reciprocating compressors are replaced by screw compressors in terms of working principle efficiency. Screw compressors are easier to use and their efficiency is higher than reciprocating compressors.
ELEMENTS TO BE CONSIDERED IN SELECTING A COMPRESSOR
Amount of air used
No-load power consumption