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China wholesaler Zb29kqe-Pfj-558 High Quality Hermetic CHINAMFG Scroll Compressor Air Compressor for Refrigeration Condensing Unit air compressor CHINAMFG freight

Product Description

ZB29KQE-PFJ-558 High Quality Hermetic CHINAMFG Scroll Compressor Air Compressor for Refrigeration Condensing Unit 

Technical Specification

model ZB29KQE-PFJ-558
horse power 4
refrigerant R410A
power source 220-240V/3ph/50hz,265V/3PH/60HZ
Phrase 3
Color Black
Connection Braze
MOQ 1

Technical Specification for ZR Series

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220-240V; 50Hz, 1 Phase
ZR26KM-PFZ-522 ZR28KM-PFZ-582 ZR30KM-PFZ-522 ZR32KS-PFJ-620 ZR34KH-PFJ-522 ZR36KH-PFJ-522 ZR39KH-PFJ-522 ZR42K3-PFJ-522 ZR45K3-PFJ-522 ZR47K3-PFJ-522 ZR48K3-PFJ-522 ZR61KC-PFZ-522 ZR68KC-PFJ-522 ZR26KM-PFZ-522 ZR28KM-PFZ-582 ZR30KM-PFZ-522 ZR32KS-PFJ-620 ZR34KH-PFJ-522 ZR36KH-PFJ-522 ZR39KH-PFJ-522 ZR42K3-PFJ-522

ZR45K3-PFJ-522 ZR47K3-PFJ-522 ZR48K3-PFJ-522 ZR61KC-PFZ-522

208-230V; 60Hz, 1 Phase
ZR28KM-PFV ZR28KC-PFV ZR32K3-PFV ZR34KC-PFV ZR36KC-PFV ZR42KC-PFV ZR45KC-PFV ZR48KC-PFV ZR54KC-PFV ZR57KC-PFV ZR61KC-PFV ZR68KC-PFV

380-420V; 50Hz, 3 Phase
ZR22K3-TFD ZR24K3-TFD ZR26K3-TFD ZR28K3-TFD ZR32K3-TFD ZR34KH-TFD ZR36KH-TFD ZR39KH-TFD ZR42K3-TFD ZR45KC-TFD ZR47KC-TFD ZR48KC-TFD ZR54KE-TFD ZR54KC-TFD ZR57KE-TFD ZR57KC-TFD ZR61KE-TFD ZR61KC-TFD ZR68KC-TFD ZR72KC-TFD ZR81KC-TFD ZR84KC-TFD ZR94KC-TFD ZR108KC-TFD ZR125KC-TFD ZR144KC-TFD ZR160KC-TFD ZR190KC-TFD ZR250KC-TWD ZR310KC-TWD ZR380KC-TWD

200-230V/380V/460V; 60Hz, 3 Phase
ZR34K3-TF5 ZR34K3-TF7 ZR36K3-TF5 ZR45KC-TF5 ZR47KC-TF5 ZR47KC-TF7 ZR48KC-TF5 ZR48KC-TF7 ZR54KC-TFD ZR54KC-TF5 ZR54KC-TF7 ZR57KE-TF5 ZR57KC-TFD ZR57KC-TF5 ZR57KC-TF7 ZR61KS-TF5 ZR61KS-TF7 ZR61KC-TFD ZR61KC-TF5 ZR61KC-TF7 ZR68KC-TFD ZR68KC-TF5 ZR68KC-TF7 ZR72KC-TFD ZR72KC-TF5 ZR72KC-TF7 ZR81KC-TFD ZR81KC-TF5 ZR81KC-TF7 ZR84KC-TFD ZR84KC-TF5 ZR84KC-TF7 ZR94KC-TFD ZR94KC-TF5 ZR94KC-TF7 ZR108KC-TFD ZR108KC-TF5 ZR108KC-TF7 ZR125KC-TFD ZR125KC-TF5 ZR125KC-TF7 ZR144KC-TFD ZR144KC-TF5 ZR144KC-TF7 ZR160KC-TFD ZR160KC-TF7 ZR160KC-TW5
ZR190KC-TFD ZR190KC-TW5 ZR190KC-TW7 ZR250KC-TWD ZR250KC-TW5 ZR250KC-TW7 ZR310KC-TWD ZR310KC-TW7 ZR310KC-TWC ZR380KC-TWD ZR380KC-TW5 ZR380KC-TW7 ZR380KC-TWC ZR34K3-TF5-522 ZR34K3-TF7-522 ZR36K3-TF5-522

ZR45KC-TF5-522 ZR47KC-TF5-522 ZR47KC-TF7-522 ZR48KC-TF5-522 ZR54KC-TFD-522 ZR54KC-TFD-420 ZR54KC-TF7-522 ZR57KE-TF5-522 ZR57KC-TF5-522 ZR57KC-TF7-522 ZR61KS-TF5-522 ZR72KC-TF5-522 ZR72KC-TF7-522 ZR84KC-TF5-522

380V; 50Hz, 3 Phase
VR30KM-TFP VR32KS-TFP VR34KF-TFP VR48KS-TFP VR50KS-TFP VR52KS-TFP VR54KS-TFP VR57KF-TFP VR57KS-TFP VR61KF-TFP VR84KS-TFP VR94KS-TFP VR108KS-TFP VR125KS-TFP VR144KS-TFP VR160KS-TFP VR190KS-TFP

220V; 50Hz, 1 Phase
VR28KM-PFS VR30KM-PFS VR31KM-PFS VR34KF-PFS

380-420V; 50Hz, 3 Phase
ZR49KCE-TFD ZR54KCE-TFD ZR54KE-TFD ZR57KE-TFD ZR57KCE-TFD ZR61KE-TFD ZR61KCE-TFD ZR68KCE-TFD ZR72KCE-TFD ZR81KCE-TFD ZR84KCE-TFD ZR94KCE-TFD ZR108KCE-TFD ZR125KCE-TFD ZR144KCE-TFD ZR160KCE-TFD ZR190KCE-TFD ZR250KCE-TWD ZR310KCE-TWD ZR380KCE-TWD

208-230V; 60Hz, 1 Phase
ZR61KCE-PFV ZR68KCE-PFV

200-230V/380V/460V; 60Hz, 3 Phase R407C
ZR49KCE-TFD ZR49KCE-TF5 ZR49KCE-TF7 ZR54KSE-TF5 ZR54KCE-TFD ZR54KCE-TF5 ZR54KCE-TF7 ZR57KE-TF5 ZR57KCE-TFD ZR57KE-TF5 ZR61KSE-TF5 ZR61KSE-TF7 ZR61KCE-TFD ZR61KCE-TF5 ZR68KCE-TFD ZR68KCE-TF5 ZR68KCE-TF7 ZR72KCE-TFD
ZR72KCE-TF5 ZR72KCE-TF7 ZR81KCE-TFD ZR81KCE-TF5 ZR81KCE-TF7 ZR84KCE-TFD ZR84KCE-TF5 ZR84KCE-TF7 ZR94KCE-TFD ZR94KCE-TF5 ZR94KCE-TF7 ZR108KCE-TFD ZR108KEC-TF5 ZR108KCE-TF7 ZR125KCE-TFD ZR125KCE-TF5 ZR125KCE-TF7 ZR144KCE-TFD ZR144KCE-TF5 ZR144KCE-TF7 ZR160KCE-TFD ZR160KCE-TF7 ZR160KCE-TW5 ZR190KCE-TFD ZR190KCE-TW5 ZR190KCE-TW7 ZR250KCE-TWD ZR250KCE-TW5 ZR250KCE-TW7 ZR250KCE-TWC ZR310KCE-TWD ZR310KCE-TW7 ZR310KCE-TWC ZR380KCE-TWD ZR380KCE-TW5 ZR380KCE-TW7 ZR380KCE-TWC

380V; 50Hz, 3 Phase R407C
VR84KSE-TFP VR94KSE-TFP VR108KSE-TFP VR125KSE-TFP VR144KSE-TFP VR160KSE-TFP VR190KSE-TFP

208-230V; 60Hz, 1 Phase R407C
ZR61KCE-PFV ZR68KCE-PFV 

380-420V; 50Hz, 3 Phase R134a

ZR49KCE-TFD ZR54KE-TFD ZR57KE-TFD ZR61KE-TFD ZR61KCE-TFD ZR68KCE-TFD ZR72KCE-TFD ZR81KCE-TFD
ZR84KCE-TFD ZR94KCE-TFD ZR108KCE-TFD ZR125KCE-TFD ZR144KCE-TFD ZR160KCE-TFD ZR190KCE-TFD
ZR250KCE-TWD ZR310KCE-TWD ZR380KCE-TWD

Refrigeration Compressors Scope
We are specialized in refrigeration compressors, including rotary, scroll, piston, screw, hermetic, semi-hermetic all kinds of brands refrigeration compressors. 

1.Rotary compressor:Toshiba,Panasonic, CHINAMFG LG
2.Scroll compressor:Copeland,Dan-foss performer,hitachi,Dakin,Sanyo
3.Piston hermetic compressor:Tecumseh CHINAMFG MT,NTZ,MTZ series.
4.Semi-hermetic Reciprocating Compressor:Copeland,Bit-zer,Carrier
5.Screw compressor :Bit-zer ,Hitachi

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FAQ
1. What is the price for refrigeration compressor?
The price is decided by Quantity .
 
2. How about samples?
Sample Lead Time: 5 working days
Sample Fee:
1).It’s free for all for a regular customer
2).For new customers, we will charge first, it is fully refundable when order confirmed.
 
3. How many days for shipping?
Shipping Methods and Lead Time:
By Express: 3-5 working days to your door (DHL, UPS, TNT, FedEx…)
By Air: 5-8 working days to your airport
By Sea: Pls advise your port of destination, the exact days will be confirmed by our forwarders,  and the following lead time is for your reference. Europe and America (25 – 35 days), Asia (3-7 days), Australia ( 16-23 days)
 
4. What is the Terms of Payment?
Credit Card,T/T, L/C, Western Union;  30% T/T in advance, 70% before delivery.

5. Packaging & Shipping ?
Pallet, wooden case or with outer carton, or as customers’ specific requirements.

6. Why choose your company?
We are focusing on all aspects of refrigeration compressor, high quality and nice prices.
We strictly implement the rules according to the quality standard in every aspects from the purchase of raw material to the production process  and outgoing of products.
Great service and Superior quality is provided all the time…
Packaging & Shipping Packing: Carton, wooden box and pallet, or as customers’ requirements.
Shipping: By Express (DHL /UPS /TNT /FedEx /EMS), By Air, By Sea

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After-sales Service: on-Line Service
Warranty: 6 Months
Installation Type: Stationary Type
Lubrication Style: Lubricated
Cylinder Position: Vertical
HP: 4HP
Customization:
Available

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What is the impact of humidity on compressed air quality?

Humidity can have a significant impact on the quality of compressed air. Compressed air systems often draw in ambient air, which contains moisture in the form of water vapor. When this air is compressed, the moisture becomes concentrated, leading to potential issues in the compressed air. Here’s an overview of the impact of humidity on compressed air quality:

1. Corrosion:

High humidity in compressed air can contribute to corrosion within the compressed air system. The moisture in the air can react with metal surfaces, leading to rust and corrosion in pipes, tanks, valves, and other components. Corrosion not only weakens the structural integrity of the system but also introduces contaminants into the compressed air, compromising its quality and potentially damaging downstream equipment.

2. Contaminant Carryover:

Humidity in compressed air can cause carryover of contaminants. Water droplets formed due to condensation can carry particulates, oil, and other impurities present in the air. These contaminants can then be transported along with the compressed air, leading to fouling of filters, clogging of pipelines, and potential damage to pneumatic tools, machinery, and processes.

3. Decreased Efficiency of Pneumatic Systems:

Excessive moisture in compressed air can reduce the efficiency of pneumatic systems. Water droplets can obstruct or block the flow of air, leading to decreased performance of pneumatic tools and equipment. Moisture can also cause problems in control valves, actuators, and other pneumatic devices, affecting their responsiveness and accuracy.

4. Product Contamination:

In industries where compressed air comes into direct contact with products or processes, high humidity can result in product contamination. Moisture in compressed air can mix with sensitive products, leading to quality issues, spoilage, or even health hazards in industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and electronics manufacturing.

5. Increased Maintenance Requirements:

Humidity in compressed air can increase the maintenance requirements of a compressed air system. Moisture can accumulate in filters, separators, and other air treatment components, necessitating frequent replacement or cleaning. Excessive moisture can also lead to the growth of bacteria, fungus, and mold within the system, requiring additional cleaning and maintenance efforts.

6. Adverse Effects on Instrumentation:

Humidity can adversely affect instrumentation and control systems that rely on compressed air. Moisture can disrupt the accuracy and reliability of pressure sensors, flow meters, and other pneumatic instruments, leading to incorrect measurements and control signals.

To mitigate the impact of humidity on compressed air quality, various air treatment equipment is employed, including air dryers, moisture separators, and filters. These devices help remove moisture from the compressed air, ensuring that the air supplied is dry and of high quality for the intended applications.

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Can air compressors be used for inflating tires and sporting equipment?

Yes, air compressors can be used for inflating tires and sporting equipment, providing a convenient and efficient method for achieving the desired air pressure. Here’s how air compressors are used for these purposes:

1. Tire Inflation:

Air compressors are commonly used for inflating vehicle tires, including car tires, motorcycle tires, bicycle tires, and even larger truck or trailer tires. Air compressors provide a continuous source of pressurized air, allowing for quick and accurate inflation. They are often used in automotive repair shops, gas stations, and by individuals who regularly need to inflate tires.

2. Sporting Equipment Inflation:

Air compressors are also useful for inflating various types of sporting equipment. This includes inflatable balls such as soccer balls, basketballs, footballs, and volleyballs. Additionally, air compressors can be used to inflate inflatable water toys, air mattresses, inflatable kayaks, and other recreational items that require air for proper inflation.

3. Air Tools for Inflation:

Air compressors can power air tools specifically designed for inflation purposes. These tools, known as inflators or air blow guns, provide controlled airflow for inflating tires and sporting equipment. They often have built-in pressure gauges and nozzles designed to fit different types of valves, making them versatile and suitable for various inflation tasks.

4. Adjustable Pressure:

One advantage of using air compressors for inflation is the ability to adjust the pressure. Most air compressors allow users to set the desired pressure level using a pressure regulator or control knob. This feature ensures that tires and sporting equipment are inflated to the recommended pressure, promoting optimal performance and safety.

5. Efficiency and Speed:

Air compressors provide a faster and more efficient inflation method compared to manual pumps. The continuous supply of compressed air allows for quick inflation, reducing the time and effort required to inflate tires and sporting equipment manually.

6. Portable Air Compressors:

For inflating tires and sporting equipment on the go, portable air compressors are available. These compact and lightweight compressors can be easily carried in vehicles or taken to sports events and outdoor activities, ensuring convenient access to a reliable air supply.

It is important to note that when using air compressors for inflating tires, it is recommended to follow manufacturer guidelines and proper inflation techniques to ensure safety and avoid overinflation.

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What are the different types of air compressors?

There are several different types of air compressors, each with its own unique design and operating principle. Here’s an overview of the most commonly used types:

1. Reciprocating Air Compressors: Reciprocating air compressors, also known as piston compressors, use one or more pistons driven by a crankshaft to compress air. They operate by drawing air into a cylinder, compressing it with the piston’s up-and-down motion, and discharging the compressed air into a storage tank. Reciprocating compressors are known for their high pressure capabilities and are commonly used in industrial applications.

2. Rotary Screw Air Compressors: Rotary screw air compressors utilize two interlocking screws to compress air. As the male and female screws rotate, the air is trapped between them and gradually compressed as it moves along the screw threads. These compressors are known for their continuous duty cycle, high efficiency, and quiet operation. They are widely used in industrial, commercial, and automotive applications.

3. Centrifugal Air Compressors: Centrifugal air compressors rely on the principle of centrifugal force to compress air. They use a high-speed impeller to accelerate the incoming air and then convert the kinetic energy into pressure energy. Centrifugal compressors are commonly used in large-scale industrial applications that require high volumes of compressed air.

4. Rotary Vane Air Compressors: Rotary vane air compressors employ a rotor with sliding vanes that compress the air. As the rotor rotates, the vanes slide in and out of the rotor, creating compression chambers. Air is drawn in, trapped, and compressed as the vanes move. These compressors are compact, reliable, and suitable for small to medium-sized applications.

5. Axial Flow Air Compressors: Axial flow air compressors are primarily used in specialized applications such as aircraft engines and gas turbines. They utilize a series of rotating and stationary blades to compress air in a continuous flow. Axial flow compressors are known for their high flow rates and are designed for applications that require large volumes of compressed air.

6. Scroll Air Compressors: Scroll air compressors consist of two interlocking spirals or scrolls that compress the air. One spiral remains stationary while the other orbits around it, creating a series of expanding and contracting pockets that compress the air. Scroll compressors are compact, reliable, and commonly used in applications where low noise and oil-free air are required, such as medical and dental equipment.

These are just a few examples of the different types of air compressors available. Each type has its own advantages, capabilities, and ideal applications. The choice of air compressor depends on factors such as required pressure, flow rate, duty cycle, noise level, oil-free operation, and specific application requirements.

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China best Air Conditioner Part Air Scroll Compressor small air compressor

Product Description

Air Conditioner part Air Scroll Compressor

Compressor Features:
1.SM/SY/SZ series,50-60hz,R22-R407C-R134a-R404A-R507A.
2.SM/SY/SZ scroll compressor , Two orbiting scroll in upper part of the compressor,do compressed gas.
3.Air compressor back through suction mouth into the compressor.
4.All of the air flow through the motor, ensure the machine can completely cooled under all applications, oil separation and the drops of oil pool.
5.After leave the motor, gas enter into the orbiting scroll to compress.
6. In the end, the compression leave compressor exhaust from vent.

Compressor Parameters:
 

Model Nominal cooling capacity Nominal cooling capacity Input Power
 
COP
 
E.E.R.
 
displacement
volume
displacement 
 
Oil
 
Net weight
 
TR  (w) (Btu
/h)
(Kw) (W/W) (Btu/h/W) (cm3/Rev.) (m3/h) dm3 (kg)
R22 SM084 7 20400 69600 6.12 3.33 11.4 114.5 19.92 3.3 64
SM090 7.5 21800 74400 6.54 3.33 11.4 120.5 20.97 3.3 65
SM100 8 23100 79000 6.96 3.33 11.3 127.2 22.13 3.3 65
SM110 9 25900 88600 7.82 3.32 11.3 144.2 25.09 3.3 73
SM112 9.5 27600 94400 7.92 3.49 11.9 151.5 26.36 3.3 64
SM120 10 35710 157100 8.96 3.36 11.5 166.6 28.99 3.3 73
SM124 10 31200 106300 8.75 3.56 11.2 169.5 29.5 3.3 64
SM147 12 36000 123000 10.08 3.58 11.2 193.5 33.7 3.3 67
SM148 12 36100 123100 10.8 3.34 11.4 199.0 34.60 3.6 88
SM161 13 39000 133200 11.59 3.37 11.5 216.6 37.69 3.6 88
SM175 14 42000 143400 12.46 3.37 11.5 233.0 40.54 6.2 100
SM/SY185 15 45500 155300 13.62 3.34 11.4 249.9 43.48 6.2 100
SY240 20 61200 2 0571 0 18.20 3.36 11.5 347.8 60.50 8.0 150
SY300 25 78200 267000 22.83 3.43 11.7 437.5 76.10 8.0 157
SY380 30 94500 322700 27.4 3.46 11.8 531.2 92.40 8.4 158
R407C SZ084 7 19300 66000 6.13 3.15 10.7 114.5 19.92 3.3 64
SZ090 7.5 20400 69600 6.45 3.16 10.8 120.5 20.97 3.3 65
SZ100 8 21600 73700 6.84 3.15 10.8 127.2 22.13 3.3 65
SZ110 9 24600 84000 7.76 3.17 10.8 144.2 25.09 3.3 73
SZ120 10 28600 97600 8.98 3.18 10.9 166.6 28.99 3.3 73
SZ147 12 34900 119079 9.92 3.52 12.0 193.5 33.70 3.3 67
SZ148 12 35100 119800 10.99 3.19 10.9 199.0 34.60 3.6 88
SZ161 13 37900 129500 11.83 3.21 10.9 216.6 37.69 3.6 88
SZ175 14 45710 136900 12.67 3.17 10.8 233.0 40.54 6.2 100
SZ185 15 43100 147100 13.62 3.16 10.8 249.9 43.48 6.2 100
SZ240 20 59100 201800 18.60 3.18 10.9 347.8 60.50 8.0 150
SZ300 25 72800 248300 22.70 3.20 10.9 437.5 76.10 8.0 157
SZ380 30 89600 305900 27.60 3.25 11.1 531.2 92.40 8.4 158

 
Compressor Testing:
Our each process, each parts will be tested by our each production department with professional testing facilities to keep the quality proved.

 
Compressor Packing:

Each product will be packed by waterproof packages, then put in the thick and good quality cartons, around the products, some protecting materials will be toegther, then we seal it carefully to make the complete packing. After, we pile them carefully on the good-quality pallets. Finally the outside covers waterproof materials again to make it stronger and avoid the delivery problems.

our product:

Our company:
HangZhou Andwin Refrigeration Equipment Co.,Ltd
Add- No 91 Xihu (West Lake) Dis. Road New District HangZhou ZheJiang China
main product:
Insulation Copper Tube;
Aluminum Tube;
Copper Tube;
Brass Pipe.
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Application: Refrigeration Parts
Description: Air Conditioner Compressor
Nominal Cooling Capacity: 7-30tr
Refrigerant: R22-R407c-R134A-R404A-R507A.
Input Power: 6.12~27.6kw
Oil: 3.3~8.4dm3
Customization:
Available

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How are air compressors utilized in pharmaceutical manufacturing?

Air compressors play a crucial role in pharmaceutical manufacturing, where they are utilized for various critical applications. The pharmaceutical industry requires a reliable source of clean and compressed air to ensure the safety, efficiency, and quality of its processes. Here’s an overview of how air compressors are utilized in pharmaceutical manufacturing:

1. Manufacturing Processes:

Air compressors are used in numerous manufacturing processes within the pharmaceutical industry. Compressed air is employed for tasks such as mixing and blending of ingredients, granulation, tablet compression, coating, and encapsulation of pharmaceutical products. The controlled delivery of compressed air facilitates precise and consistent manufacturing processes, ensuring the production of high-quality pharmaceuticals.

2. Instrumentation and Control Systems:

Pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities rely on compressed air for powering instrumentation and control systems. Compressed air is used to operate pneumatic valves, actuators, and control devices that regulate the flow of fluids, control temperature and pressure, and automate various processes. The clean and dry nature of compressed air makes it ideal for maintaining the integrity and accuracy of these critical control mechanisms.

3. Packaging and Filling:

Air compressors are employed in pharmaceutical packaging and filling processes. Compressed air is used to power machinery and equipment for bottle cleaning, labeling, capping, and sealing of pharmaceutical products. Compressed air provides the necessary force and precision for efficient and reliable packaging, ensuring product safety and compliance.

4. Cleanroom Environments:

Pharmaceutical manufacturing often takes place in controlled cleanroom environments to prevent contamination and maintain product quality. Air compressors are used to supply clean and filtered compressed air to these cleanrooms, ensuring a controlled and sterile environment for the production of pharmaceuticals. Compressed air is also utilized in cleanroom air showers and air curtains for personnel and material decontamination.

5. Laboratory Applications:

In pharmaceutical laboratories, air compressors are utilized for various applications. Compressed air is used in laboratory instruments, such as gas chromatographs, mass spectrometers, and other analytical equipment. It is also employed in clean air cabinets, fume hoods, and laminar flow benches, providing a controlled and clean environment for testing, analysis, and research.

6. HVAC Systems:

Air compressors are involved in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities. Compressed air powers the operation of HVAC controls, dampers, actuators, and air handling units, ensuring proper air circulation, temperature control, and environmental conditions in various manufacturing areas.

By utilizing air compressors in pharmaceutical manufacturing, the industry can maintain strict quality standards, enhance operational efficiency, and ensure the safety and efficacy of pharmaceutical products.

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Are there differences between single-stage and two-stage air compressors?

Yes, there are differences between single-stage and two-stage air compressors. Here’s an in-depth explanation of their distinctions:

Compression Stages:

The primary difference between single-stage and two-stage air compressors lies in the number of compression stages they have. A single-stage compressor has only one compression stage, while a two-stage compressor has two sequential compression stages.

Compression Process:

In a single-stage compressor, the entire compression process occurs in a single cylinder. The air is drawn into the cylinder, compressed in a single stroke, and then discharged. On the other hand, a two-stage compressor utilizes two cylinders or chambers. In the first stage, air is compressed to an intermediate pressure in the first cylinder. Then, the partially compressed air is sent to the second cylinder where it undergoes further compression to reach the desired final pressure.

Pressure Output:

The number of compression stages directly affects the pressure output of the air compressor. Single-stage compressors typically provide lower maximum pressure levels compared to two-stage compressors. Single-stage compressors are suitable for applications that require moderate to low air pressure, while two-stage compressors are capable of delivering higher pressures, making them suitable for demanding applications that require greater air pressure.

Efficiency:

Two-stage compressors generally offer higher efficiency compared to single-stage compressors. The two-stage compression process allows for better heat dissipation between stages, reducing the chances of overheating and improving overall efficiency. Additionally, the two-stage design allows the compressor to achieve higher compression ratios while minimizing the work done by each stage, resulting in improved energy efficiency.

Intercooling:

Intercooling is a feature specific to two-stage compressors. Intercoolers are heat exchangers placed between the first and second compression stages. They cool down the partially compressed air before it enters the second stage, reducing the temperature and improving compression efficiency. The intercooling process helps to minimize heat buildup and reduces the potential for moisture condensation within the compressor system.

Applications:

The choice between a single-stage and two-stage compressor depends on the intended application. Single-stage compressors are commonly used for light-duty applications such as powering pneumatic tools, small-scale workshops, and DIY projects. Two-stage compressors are more suitable for heavy-duty applications that require higher pressures, such as industrial manufacturing, automotive service, and large-scale construction.

It is important to consider the specific requirements of the application, including required pressure levels, duty cycle, and anticipated air demand, when selecting between a single-stage and two-stage air compressor.

In summary, the main differences between single-stage and two-stage air compressors lie in the number of compression stages, pressure output, efficiency, intercooling capability, and application suitability.

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How do you choose the right size of air compressor for your needs?

Choosing the right size of air compressor is essential to ensure optimal performance and efficiency for your specific needs. Here are some factors to consider when selecting the appropriate size:

1. Air Demand: Determine the air demand requirements of your applications. Calculate the total CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute) needed by considering the air consumption of all the pneumatic tools and equipment that will be operated simultaneously. Choose an air compressor with a CFM rating that meets or exceeds this total demand.

2. Pressure Requirements: Consider the required operating pressure for your applications. Check the PSI (Pounds per Square Inch) rating of the tools and equipment you will be using. Ensure that the air compressor you choose can deliver the necessary pressure consistently.

3. Duty Cycle: Evaluate the duty cycle of the air compressor. The duty cycle represents the percentage of time the compressor can operate within a given time period without overheating or experiencing performance issues. If you require continuous or heavy-duty operation, choose a compressor with a higher duty cycle.

4. Power Source: Determine the available power source at your location. Air compressors can be powered by electricity or gasoline engines. Ensure that the chosen compressor matches the available power supply and consider factors such as voltage, phase, and fuel requirements.

5. Portability: Assess the portability requirements of your applications. If you need to move the air compressor frequently or use it in different locations, consider a portable or wheeled compressor that is easy to transport.

6. Space and Noise Constraints: Consider the available space for installation and the noise restrictions in your working environment. Choose an air compressor that fits within the allocated space and meets any noise regulations or requirements.

7. Future Expansion: Anticipate any potential future expansions or increases in air demand. If you expect your air demand to grow over time, it may be wise to choose a slightly larger compressor to accommodate future needs and avoid the need for premature replacement.

8. Budget: Consider your budgetary constraints. Compare the prices of different air compressor models while ensuring that the chosen compressor meets your specific requirements. Keep in mind that investing in a higher-quality compressor may result in better performance, durability, and long-term cost savings.

By considering these factors and evaluating your specific needs, you can choose the right size of air compressor that will meet your air demand, pressure requirements, and operational preferences, ultimately ensuring efficient and reliable performance.

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China best High Quality Scroll Compressor for Air Condition air compressor for car

Product Description

Bingshan CHINAMFG scroll compressor with minimum -35ºC freezing temperature, meeting the requirements of different refrigeration applications.

EnvironmentaI friendIy refrigerant R404A,R410A,R448A,R449A.

Inverter solutions, fast cooling, high efficiency and energy saving

 

Bingshan CHINAMFG Scroll compressors are widely used in home and commercial air-conditioning systems, heat pumps, and in air-conditioning systems for telephone applications and data centers.

Capacity ranges are from 2 to more than 100 KW, their use is not spread in applications with low cooling capacity, where rotary and hermetic reciprocating compressors are preferred, and with very high cooling capacity, where screw and centrifugal compressors are preferred.

 

Advantages of scroll compressors include smaller dimensions and lower weight than reciprocating compressors of the same capacity, even if higher than rotary compressors.

-Bingshan CHINAMFG scroll compressor adoption of Iiquid injection technology, solving the problem of high discharge temperature under Iow evaporating temperature conditions.

 

-Lower sound IeveI by uItra. precision machining and assembly technologies.

 

-Accurate motor temperature protection with inside thermostat.

 

-OiI IeveI sight glass and oil return connector, professional design for refrigeration application.

 

-Scroll compressor with minimum -35ºC freezing temperature, meeting the requirements of different refrigeration applications.

 

-EnvironmentaI friendIy refrigerant R404A,R410A,R448A,R449A.

 

-Inverter solutions, fast cooling, high efficiency and energy saving.

 

Bingshan Group was founded in 1930(Investment by CHINAMFG & Chinese Goverment), there are 43 enterprises, which include 1 public company, 9 subsidiary enterprises (domestically funded enterprises), and 32 Sino-foreign joint ventures. CHINAMFG Group has total assets of 9.5 billion RMB and 12000 contracted employees.  It’s China’s largest manufacturing base of refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment, agricultural deep processing equipment base, and 1 of the main bases of China’s petrochemical general machinery equipment.

 

HangZhou CHINAMFG Engineering & Trading Co., Ltd. (Hereafter referred to as BSET) is jointly funded professional trading company by HangZhou CHINAMFG Group Co., Ltd and HangZhou Refrigeration Co., Ltd. in 1988. Concentrating on consulting, design, sales. 

BSET provides quality products to different application fifields including fruit and vegetable, meat and poultry, seafood, beverage etc processing and freezing & refrigerating fifield etc. 

BSET has undertaken hundreds of turnkey projects in Asia, Africa, America etc. more than 60 countries and regions, as well as offer customized energy optimization and sustainable cold chain solutions. 

 

Main Application

Heating Ventilation Central Air Conditioning

Industrial Refrigeration

Food Refrigeration

Trading & Service

OEM & PART

 

Main Products

Screw Compressor Unit Series

Piston Compressor Unit Series

LiBr Absorption Chiller Series

Condenser and Cooling Tower Series

Evaporator Series

Quick Freezer Series

Commercial VRF Series, Air Handling Unit Series, Terminal Equipment Series
 

 

 

FAQ:

Q1.What is our main product ?

A1: Our company is a professional trading company funded by HangZhou Refrigeration Co., Ltd. in 1988. Concentrate on consulting, design, sales, installation, commissioning and maintenance of the refrigeration equipments.

 

Q2.When can I get the price ?

A2:We usually offer the quotation within 2-3 work days for equipment and 5-10 work days for system after receiving your inquiry. For urgent offer, please contact with us for special.  

 

Q3.What is the Trade Term?

A3: We accept Ex-work factory , FOB HangZhou, CNF or CIF, as your requirement. 

 

Q4.How long is our Production leading time?

A4: It depends on type of equipment.

For cold storage equipment, the lead time is 60-80days after receiving down payment or Letter of credit.

For Spiral Freezer, Tunnel Freezer, the lead time is 80-90days after receiving down payment or Letter of credit.

For flake ice making unit and plate freezer, the lead time is 45days after receiving down payment or letter of credit.

 

Q5.What is the Payment term?

A5: By 100% T/T before shipment or By L/C at sight.

 

Q6. During shipping, if there is a damage to products, how do you get replacement?

A6: Firstly, we should investigate the reason cause the damage. At the same time, we will claim for the insurance by ourselves or assist the buyer.

Secondly we will send the replacement to the buyer. The responsible person for above damage will take charge of the cost of the replacement.

 

Q7. What are your terms of packing?

A7: Packing: export worthy package suitable for container transportation.

 

Q8. Do you test all your goods before delivery?

A8: Yes, we have 100% test before delivery.

 

Q9: How do you make our business long-term and good relationship?

A9: HangZhou Refrigeration Co., Ltd was established on 1930. In past 88 years, we have set up our famous brand “Bingshan” not only in domestic market but also overseas market. How to make this brand life so long time?  Good quality and reliable service create good reputation among the customers. Many customers keep adopting our system in past 20days extension of the business. Win-win business is our main task for the long-term cooperation.

 

Q10: Are you a factory or a trading company?

A10: We are the only door to overseas market for HangZhou Refrigeration Co., Ltd. We have our own design team, installation team and after-sales team. We are professional engineering & trading company. We have set up branch office in Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Burma, Cambodia, Singapore, Bangladesh, Pakistan, Russian, Uzbekistan, Brazil, Argentina etc.

 

Q11: Where is your factory located?

A11: Our factory is located in HangZhou, ZheJiang  province.  

 

Q12: What is your warranty?

A12: Warranty: 12months after commercial running or 18months from the date of shipment, subject to the earlier expiry.

 

Q13: Can you arrange 30 party pre-shipment inspection

A13: Pre-shipment inspection: Supplier’s pre-shipment inspection is Final; pre-shipment inspection by third Party on buyers cost.

 

Q14:Can we do our OEM logo?
A14:Yes, for the products with drawing supplied by you, we of course apply your logo

 

 

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After-sales Service: 12 Months
Warranty: 12 Months
Installation Type: Movable Type
Lubrication Style: Lubricated
Cylinder Position: Vertical
Refrigerant: R404A, R410A, R448A, R449A
Customization:
Available

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What are the energy-saving technologies available for air compressors?

There are several energy-saving technologies available for air compressors that help improve their efficiency and reduce energy consumption. These technologies aim to optimize the operation of air compressors and minimize energy losses. Here are some common energy-saving technologies used:

1. Variable Speed Drive (VSD) Compressors:

VSD compressors are designed to adjust the motor speed according to the compressed air demand. By varying the motor speed, these compressors can match the output to the actual air requirement, resulting in energy savings. VSD compressors are particularly effective in applications with varying air demands, as they can operate at lower speeds during periods of lower demand, reducing energy consumption.

2. Energy-Efficient Motors:

The use of energy-efficient motors in air compressors can contribute to energy savings. High-efficiency motors, such as those with premium efficiency ratings, are designed to minimize energy losses and operate more efficiently than standard motors. By using energy-efficient motors, air compressors can reduce energy consumption and achieve higher overall system efficiency.

3. Heat Recovery Systems:

Air compressors generate a significant amount of heat during operation. Heat recovery systems capture and utilize this wasted heat for other purposes, such as space heating, water heating, or preheating process air or water. By recovering and utilizing the heat, air compressors can provide additional energy savings and improve overall system efficiency.

4. Air Receiver Tanks:

Air receiver tanks are used to store compressed air and provide a buffer during periods of fluctuating demand. By using appropriately sized air receiver tanks, the compressed air system can operate more efficiently. The tanks help reduce the number of starts and stops of the air compressor, allowing it to run at full load for longer periods, which is more energy-efficient than frequent cycling.

5. System Control and Automation:

Implementing advanced control and automation systems can optimize the operation of air compressors. These systems monitor and adjust the compressed air system based on demand, ensuring that only the required amount of air is produced. By maintaining optimal system pressure, minimizing leaks, and reducing unnecessary air production, control and automation systems help achieve energy savings.

6. Leak Detection and Repair:

Air leaks in compressed air systems can lead to significant energy losses. Regular leak detection and repair programs help identify and fix air leaks promptly. By minimizing air leakage, the demand on the air compressor is reduced, resulting in energy savings. Utilizing ultrasonic leak detection devices can help locate and repair leaks more efficiently.

7. System Optimization and Maintenance:

Proper system optimization and routine maintenance are essential for energy savings in air compressors. This includes regular cleaning and replacement of air filters, optimizing air pressure settings, ensuring proper lubrication, and conducting preventive maintenance to keep the system running at peak efficiency.

By implementing these energy-saving technologies and practices, air compressor systems can achieve significant energy efficiency improvements, reduce operational costs, and minimize environmental impact.

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How do you maintain proper air quality in compressed air systems?

Maintaining proper air quality in compressed air systems is essential to ensure the reliability and performance of pneumatic equipment and the safety of downstream processes. Here are some key steps to maintain air quality:

1. Air Filtration:

Install appropriate air filters in the compressed air system to remove contaminants such as dust, dirt, oil, and water. Filters are typically placed at various points in the system, including the compressor intake, aftercoolers, and before point-of-use applications. Regularly inspect and replace filters to ensure their effectiveness.

2. Moisture Control:

Excessive moisture in compressed air can cause corrosion, equipment malfunction, and compromised product quality. Use moisture separators or dryers to remove moisture from the compressed air. Refrigerated dryers, desiccant dryers, or membrane dryers are commonly employed to achieve the desired level of dryness.

3. Oil Removal:

If the compressed air system utilizes oil-lubricated compressors, it is essential to incorporate proper oil removal mechanisms. This can include coalescing filters or adsorption filters to remove oil aerosols and vapors from the air. Oil-free compressors eliminate the need for oil removal.

4. Regular Maintenance:

Perform routine maintenance on the compressed air system, including inspections, cleaning, and servicing of equipment. This helps identify and address any potential issues that may affect air quality, such as leaks, clogged filters, or malfunctioning dryers.

5. Air Receiver Tank Maintenance:

Regularly drain and clean the air receiver tank to remove accumulated contaminants, including water and debris. Proper maintenance of the tank helps prevent contamination from being introduced into the compressed air system.

6. Air Quality Testing:

Periodically test the quality of the compressed air using appropriate instruments and methods. This can include measuring particle concentration, oil content, dew point, and microbial contamination. Air quality testing provides valuable information about the effectiveness of the filtration and drying processes and helps ensure compliance with industry standards.

7. Education and Training:

Educate personnel working with compressed air systems about the importance of air quality and the proper procedures for maintaining it. Provide training on the use and maintenance of filtration and drying equipment, as well as awareness of potential contaminants and their impact on downstream processes.

8. Documentation and Record-Keeping:

Maintain accurate records of maintenance activities, including filter replacements, drying system performance, and air quality test results. Documentation helps track the system’s performance over time and provides a reference for troubleshooting or compliance purposes.

By implementing these practices, compressed air systems can maintain proper air quality, minimize equipment damage, and ensure the integrity of processes that rely on compressed air.

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What is the impact of tank size on air compressor performance?

The tank size of an air compressor plays a significant role in its performance and functionality. Here are the key impacts of tank size:

1. Air Storage Capacity: The primary function of the air compressor tank is to store compressed air. A larger tank size allows for greater air storage capacity. This means the compressor can build up a reserve of compressed air, which can be useful for applications that require intermittent or fluctuating air demand. Having a larger tank ensures a steady supply of compressed air during peak usage periods.

2. Run Time: The tank size affects the run time of the air compressor. A larger tank can provide longer continuous operation before the compressor motor needs to restart. This is because the compressed air in the tank can be used to meet the demand without the need for the compressor to run continuously. It reduces the frequency of motor cycling, which can improve energy efficiency and prolong the motor’s lifespan.

3. Pressure Stability: A larger tank helps maintain stable pressure during usage. When the compressor is running, it fills the tank until it reaches a specified pressure level, known as the cut-out pressure. As the air is consumed from the tank, the pressure drops to a certain level, known as the cut-in pressure, at which point the compressor restarts to refill the tank. A larger tank size results in a slower pressure drop during usage, ensuring more consistent and stable pressure for the connected tools or equipment.

4. Duty Cycle: The duty cycle refers to the amount of time an air compressor can operate within a given time period. A larger tank size can increase the duty cycle of the compressor. The compressor can run for longer periods before reaching its duty cycle limit, reducing the risk of overheating and improving overall performance.

5. Tool Compatibility: The tank size can also impact the compatibility with certain tools or equipment. Some tools, such as high-demand pneumatic tools or spray guns, require a continuous and adequate supply of compressed air. A larger tank size ensures that the compressor can meet the air demands of such tools without causing pressure drops or affecting performance.

It is important to note that while a larger tank size offers advantages in terms of air storage and performance, it also results in a larger and heavier compressor unit. Consider the intended application, available space, and portability requirements when selecting an air compressor with the appropriate tank size.

Ultimately, the optimal tank size for an air compressor depends on the specific needs of the user and the intended application. Assess the air requirements, duty cycle, and desired performance to determine the most suitable tank size for your air compressor.

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China Custom 3.7kw Oil-Free Scroll Air Compressor for Bio-Fermentation of Quiet Environmental Protection air compressor repair near me

Product Description

Model HK-D04/08-A4
Operation control mode Pressure start and stop
Rated pressure             (MPa) 0.8
Maximum pressure         ( MPa) 1.0
Air flow                 (M³/min) 0.4
Running speed             ( R/min) 3200
Drive mode Belt drive
Exhaust air temperature      ( ºC  ) ≤ambient temperature  
 
 
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Lubrication Style: Oil Free
Cooling System: Air Cooling
Power Source: AC Power
Cylinder Position: Vertical
Structure Type: Closed Type
Installation Type: Stationary Type

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Can air compressors be used for painting and sandblasting?

Yes, air compressors can be used for both painting and sandblasting applications. Here’s a closer look at how air compressors are utilized for painting and sandblasting:

Painting:

Air compressors are commonly used in painting processes, especially in automotive, industrial, and construction applications. Here’s how they are involved:

  • Spray Guns: Air compressors power spray guns used for applying paint coatings. The compressed air atomizes the paint, creating a fine mist that can be evenly sprayed onto surfaces. The pressure and volume of the compressed air impact the spray pattern, coverage, and overall finish quality.
  • Paint Mixers and Agitators: Compressed air is often used to power mixers and agitators that ensure proper blending of paint components. These devices use the compressed air to stir or circulate the paint, preventing settling and maintaining a consistent mixture.
  • Airbrushing: Air compressors are essential for airbrushing techniques, which require precise control over airflow and pressure. Airbrushes are commonly used in artistic applications, such as illustrations, murals, and fine detailing work.

Sandblasting:

Air compressors play a crucial role in sandblasting operations, which involve propelling abrasive materials at high velocity to clean, etch, or prepare surfaces. Here’s how air compressors are used in sandblasting:

  • Blasting Cabinets: Air compressors power blasting cabinets or booths, which are enclosed spaces where the sandblasting process takes place. The compressed air propels the abrasive media, such as sand or grit, through a nozzle or gun, creating a forceful stream that impacts the surface being treated.
  • Abrasive Blasting Pots: Air compressors supply air to abrasive blasting pots or tanks that store and pressurize the abrasive media. The compressed air from the compressor enters the pot, pressurizing it and allowing for a controlled release of the abrasive material during the sandblasting process.
  • Air Dryers and Filters: In sandblasting applications, it is crucial to have clean, dry air to prevent moisture and contaminants from affecting the abrasive blasting process and the quality of the surface being treated. Air compressors may be equipped with air dryers and filters to remove moisture, oil, and impurities from the compressed air.

When using air compressors for painting or sandblasting, it is important to consider factors such as the compressor’s pressure and volume output, the specific requirements of the application, and the type of tools or equipment being used. Consult the manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations to ensure the air compressor is suitable for the intended painting or sandblasting tasks.

Proper safety measures, such as wearing protective gear and following established protocols, should always be followed when working with air compressors for painting and sandblasting applications.

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What safety precautions should be taken when working with compressed air?

Working with compressed air requires adherence to certain safety precautions to prevent accidents and ensure the well-being of individuals involved. Here are some important safety measures to consider:

1. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE):

Wear appropriate PPE, including safety goggles or a face shield to protect eyes from flying debris or particles, hearing protection to reduce noise exposure, and gloves to safeguard hands from potential hazards.

2. Compressed Air Storage:

Avoid storing compressed air in containers that are not designed for this purpose, such as soda bottles or makeshift containers. Use approved and properly labeled air storage tanks or cylinders that can handle the pressure and are regularly inspected and maintained.

3. Pressure Regulation:

Ensure that the air pressure is regulated to a safe level suitable for the equipment and tools being used. High-pressure air streams can cause serious injuries, so it is important to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations and never exceed the maximum allowable pressure.

4. Air Hose Inspection:

Regularly inspect air hoses for signs of damage, such as cuts, abrasions, or leaks. Replace damaged hoses immediately to prevent potential accidents or loss of pressure.

5. Air Blowguns:

Exercise caution when using air blowguns. Never direct compressed air towards yourself or others, as it can cause eye injuries, hearing damage, or dislodge particles that may be harmful if inhaled. Always point blowguns away from people or any sensitive equipment or materials.

6. Air Tool Safety:

Follow proper operating procedures for pneumatic tools. Ensure that tools are in good working condition, and inspect them before each use. Use the appropriate accessories, such as safety guards or shields, to prevent accidental contact with moving parts.

7. Air Compressor Maintenance:

Maintain air compressors according to the manufacturer’s guidelines. Regularly check for leaks, clean or replace filters, and drain moisture from the system. Proper maintenance ensures the safe and efficient operation of the compressor.

8. Training and Education:

Provide adequate training and education to individuals working with compressed air. Ensure they understand the potential hazards, safe operating procedures, and emergency protocols. Encourage open communication regarding safety concerns and implement a culture of safety in the workplace.

9. Lockout/Tagout:

When performing maintenance or repairs on compressed air systems, follow lockout/tagout procedures to isolate the equipment from energy sources and prevent accidental startup. This ensures the safety of the individuals working on the system.

10. Proper Ventilation:

Ensure proper ventilation in enclosed areas where compressed air is used. Compressed air can displace oxygen, leading to a potential risk of asphyxiation. Adequate ventilation helps maintain a safe breathing environment.

By adhering to these safety precautions, individuals can minimize the risks associated with working with compressed air and create a safer work environment.

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What is the difference between a piston and rotary screw compressor?

Piston compressors and rotary screw compressors are two common types of air compressors with distinct differences in their design and operation. Here’s a detailed explanation of the differences between these two compressor types:

1. Operating Principle:

  • Piston Compressors: Piston compressors, also known as reciprocating compressors, use one or more pistons driven by a crankshaft to compress air. The piston moves up and down within a cylinder, creating a vacuum during the intake stroke and compressing the air during the compression stroke.
  • Rotary Screw Compressors: Rotary screw compressors utilize two intermeshing screws (rotors) to compress air. As the male and female screws rotate, the air is trapped between them and gradually compressed as it moves along the screw threads.

2. Compression Method:

  • Piston Compressors: Piston compressors achieve compression through a positive displacement process. The air is drawn into the cylinder and compressed as the piston moves back and forth. The compression is intermittent, occurring in discrete cycles.
  • Rotary Screw Compressors: Rotary screw compressors also employ a positive displacement method. The compression is continuous as the rotating screws create a continuous flow of air and compress it gradually as it moves along the screw threads.

3. Efficiency:

  • Piston Compressors: Piston compressors are known for their high efficiency at lower flow rates and higher pressures. They are well-suited for applications that require intermittent or variable air demand.
  • Rotary Screw Compressors: Rotary screw compressors are highly efficient for continuous operation and are designed to handle higher flow rates. They are often used in applications with a constant or steady air demand.

4. Noise Level:

  • Piston Compressors: Piston compressors tend to generate more noise during operation due to the reciprocating motion of the pistons and valves.
  • Rotary Screw Compressors: Rotary screw compressors are generally quieter in operation compared to piston compressors. The smooth rotation of the screws contributes to reduced noise levels.

5. Maintenance:

  • Piston Compressors: Piston compressors typically require more frequent maintenance due to the higher number of moving parts, such as pistons, valves, and rings.
  • Rotary Screw Compressors: Rotary screw compressors have fewer moving parts, resulting in lower maintenance requirements. They often have longer service intervals and can operate continuously for extended periods without significant maintenance.

6. Size and Portability:

  • Piston Compressors: Piston compressors are available in both smaller portable models and larger stationary units. Portable piston compressors are commonly used in construction, automotive, and DIY applications.
  • Rotary Screw Compressors: Rotary screw compressors are typically larger and more suitable for stationary installations in industrial and commercial settings. They are less commonly used in portable applications.

These are some of the key differences between piston compressors and rotary screw compressors. The choice between the two depends on factors such as required flow rate, pressure, duty cycle, efficiency, noise level, maintenance needs, and specific application requirements.

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China Professional Super Quality Oil-Free Scroll Air-End Air Compressor for Fuel Cell System in a Forklift air compressor CHINAMFG freight

Product Description

 

Product Description

Product features:
  LG-12/2 screw air compressor is mainly used in material conveying, textile industry and other low-pressure gas sector industries, compared with the traditional piston type, pendulum type and other air compressors, with a long continuous operation time, no human care, stable operation, high reliability, low failure rate, low noise advantages, in actual use will bring users a very high economic and environmental benefits.
 
 1, the overall design of air compressor:
LG-12/2 screw air compressor is composed of the bottom frame, which is reasonably arranged and installed: distribution box, motor, screw machine head, hot oil pump, oil cooler, oil and gas separator, protective silencer housing and other components (can be selected according to customers).
2. Control system:
The control system adopts HangZhou MAM880 screw air compressor microcomputer controller, and the main motor is started by star triangle. The whole control system is equipped with temperature sensor, pressure sensor, air intake valve, minimum pressure valve, safety valve, check valve, etc., to achieve the optimal accessories, reasonable configuration, automatic control, smooth operation, safe and reliable.
The main advantage of this type of screw air compressor is that in order to ensure the safe and reliable operation of the screw machine, the design selects the most reliable hot oil pump in China, so that the screw machine can ensure the normal circulation of the system cooling oil at any time!

Machine type HYCW-12/2 Double Cylinder (cast iron model)
item unit Parameter value
Air displacement m / min 12
Exhaust pressure MPa 0.2
Shaft power KW 38 or less
Specific power KW / m . min -1 3.16
Inspiratory temperature ºC 40 or less
Exhaust temperature ºC 160 or less
Lubricating oil temperature ºC 65
cleanliness Mg 720
noise Db ( A ) 73
weight KG 385
Rotational speed r / min 1000
torque N . M 362.9
Overall dimension mm (Length * width * height) 951 * 930 * 775
Installation position Seated mounting or with a diesel engine

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Company Profile

 The products cover 31 provinces of china, cities and autonomous regions, and export to more than 50 countries and regions.
 

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FAQ

Q1.Dose your company has your own factory?
A:Yes,we have a factory ourself.which is in this business for 15 years in China.
Our factory is in the trailer base LiangShan,ZheJiang ,China.

Q2. What is your terms of payment?
A: T/T 30% as deposit, and 70% before delivery. We’ll show you the photos of the products and packages before you pay the balance.

Q3. What is your terms of delivery?
A: EXW, FOB, CFR, CIF, DDU.

Q4. How about your delivery time?
A: Generally, it will take 30 to 60 days after receiving your advance payment. The specific delivery time depends on the items and the quantity of your order.

Q5. Can you produce according to the samples?
A: Yes, we can produce by your samples or technical drawings. We can build the molds and fixtures.

Q6. What is your sample policy?
A: We can supply the sample if we have ready parts in stock, but the customers have to pay the sample cost and the courier cost.

Q7. Do you test all your goods before delivery?
A: Yes, we have 100% test before delivery

Q8: How do you make our business long-term and good relationship?
A:1. We keep good quality and competitive price to ensure our customers benefit ; 2. We respect every customer as our friend and we sincerely do business and make friends with them, no matter where they come from.

 

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After-sales Service: on-Line 7*24h
Warranty: 12 Months
Lubrication Style: Oil-free
Cooling System: Air Cooling
Power Source: AC Power
Cylinder Position: Horizontal
Customization:
Available

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How does variable speed drive technology improve air compressor efficiency?

Variable Speed Drive (VSD) technology improves air compressor efficiency by allowing the compressor to adjust its motor speed to match the compressed air demand. This technology offers several benefits that contribute to energy savings and enhanced overall system efficiency. Here’s how VSD technology improves air compressor efficiency:

1. Matching Air Demand:

Air compressors equipped with VSD technology can vary the motor speed to precisely match the required compressed air output. Traditional fixed-speed compressors operate at a constant speed regardless of the actual demand, leading to energy wastage during periods of lower air demand. VSD compressors, on the other hand, ramp up or down the motor speed to deliver the necessary amount of compressed air, ensuring optimal energy utilization.

2. Reduced Unloaded Running Time:

Fixed-speed compressors often run unloaded during periods of low demand, where they continue to consume energy without producing compressed air. VSD technology eliminates or significantly reduces this unloaded running time by adjusting the motor speed to closely follow the air demand. As a result, VSD compressors minimize energy wastage during idle periods, leading to improved efficiency.

3. Soft Starting:

Traditional fixed-speed compressors experience high inrush currents during startup, which can strain the electrical system and cause voltage dips. VSD compressors utilize soft starting capabilities, gradually ramping up the motor speed instead of instantly reaching full speed. This soft starting feature reduces mechanical and electrical stress, ensuring a smooth and controlled startup, and minimizing energy spikes.

4. Energy Savings at Partial Load:

In many applications, compressed air demand varies throughout the day or during different production cycles. VSD compressors excel in such scenarios by operating at lower speeds during periods of lower demand. Since power consumption is proportional to motor speed, running the compressor at reduced speeds significantly reduces energy consumption compared to fixed-speed compressors that operate at a constant speed regardless of the demand.

5. Elimination of On/Off Cycling:

Fixed-speed compressors often use on/off cycling to adjust the compressed air output. This cycling can result in frequent starts and stops, which consume more energy and cause mechanical wear. VSD compressors eliminate the need for on/off cycling by continuously adjusting the motor speed to meet the demand. By operating at a consistent speed within the required range, VSD compressors minimize energy losses associated with frequent cycling.

6. Enhanced System Control:

VSD compressors offer advanced control capabilities, allowing for precise monitoring and adjustment of the compressed air system. These systems can integrate with sensors and control algorithms to maintain optimal system pressure, minimize pressure fluctuations, and prevent excessive energy consumption. The ability to fine-tune the compressor’s output based on real-time demand contributes to improved overall system efficiency.

By utilizing variable speed drive technology, air compressors can achieve significant energy savings, reduce operational costs, and enhance their environmental sustainability by minimizing energy wastage and optimizing efficiency.

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How does the horsepower of an air compressor affect its capabilities?

The horsepower of an air compressor is a crucial factor that directly impacts its capabilities and performance. Here’s a closer look at how the horsepower rating affects an air compressor:

Power Output:

The horsepower rating of an air compressor indicates its power output or the rate at which it can perform work. Generally, a higher horsepower rating translates to a greater power output, allowing the air compressor to deliver more compressed air per unit of time. This increased power output enables the compressor to operate pneumatic tools and equipment that require higher air pressure or greater airflow.

Air Pressure:

The horsepower of an air compressor is directly related to the air pressure it can generate. Air compressors with higher horsepower ratings have the capacity to produce higher air pressures. This is particularly important when operating tools or machinery that require specific air pressure levels to function optimally. For example, heavy-duty pneumatic tools like jackhammers or impact wrenches may require higher air pressure to deliver the necessary force.

Air Volume:

In addition to air pressure, the horsepower of an air compressor also affects the air volume or airflow it can provide. Higher horsepower compressors can deliver greater volumes of compressed air, measured in cubic feet per minute (CFM). This increased airflow is beneficial when using pneumatic tools that require a continuous supply of compressed air, such as paint sprayers or sandblasters.

Duty Cycle:

The horsepower rating of an air compressor can also influence its duty cycle. The duty cycle refers to the amount of time an air compressor can operate continuously before it needs to rest and cool down. Higher horsepower compressors often have larger and more robust components, allowing them to handle heavier workloads and operate for longer periods without overheating. This is particularly important in demanding applications where continuous and uninterrupted operation is required.

Size and Portability:

It’s worth noting that the horsepower rating can also affect the physical size and portability of an air compressor. Higher horsepower compressors tend to be larger and heavier due to the need for more substantial motors and components to generate the increased power output. This can impact the ease of transportation and maneuverability, especially in portable or mobile applications.

When selecting an air compressor, it is essential to consider the specific requirements of your intended applications. Factors such as desired air pressure, airflow, duty cycle, and portability should be taken into account. It’s important to choose an air compressor with a horsepower rating that aligns with the demands of the tools and equipment you plan to operate, ensuring optimal performance and efficiency.

Consulting the manufacturer’s specifications and guidelines can provide valuable information on how the horsepower rating of an air compressor corresponds to its capabilities and suitability for different tasks.

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What is the impact of tank size on air compressor performance?

The tank size of an air compressor plays a significant role in its performance and functionality. Here are the key impacts of tank size:

1. Air Storage Capacity: The primary function of the air compressor tank is to store compressed air. A larger tank size allows for greater air storage capacity. This means the compressor can build up a reserve of compressed air, which can be useful for applications that require intermittent or fluctuating air demand. Having a larger tank ensures a steady supply of compressed air during peak usage periods.

2. Run Time: The tank size affects the run time of the air compressor. A larger tank can provide longer continuous operation before the compressor motor needs to restart. This is because the compressed air in the tank can be used to meet the demand without the need for the compressor to run continuously. It reduces the frequency of motor cycling, which can improve energy efficiency and prolong the motor’s lifespan.

3. Pressure Stability: A larger tank helps maintain stable pressure during usage. When the compressor is running, it fills the tank until it reaches a specified pressure level, known as the cut-out pressure. As the air is consumed from the tank, the pressure drops to a certain level, known as the cut-in pressure, at which point the compressor restarts to refill the tank. A larger tank size results in a slower pressure drop during usage, ensuring more consistent and stable pressure for the connected tools or equipment.

4. Duty Cycle: The duty cycle refers to the amount of time an air compressor can operate within a given time period. A larger tank size can increase the duty cycle of the compressor. The compressor can run for longer periods before reaching its duty cycle limit, reducing the risk of overheating and improving overall performance.

5. Tool Compatibility: The tank size can also impact the compatibility with certain tools or equipment. Some tools, such as high-demand pneumatic tools or spray guns, require a continuous and adequate supply of compressed air. A larger tank size ensures that the compressor can meet the air demands of such tools without causing pressure drops or affecting performance.

It is important to note that while a larger tank size offers advantages in terms of air storage and performance, it also results in a larger and heavier compressor unit. Consider the intended application, available space, and portability requirements when selecting an air compressor with the appropriate tank size.

Ultimately, the optimal tank size for an air compressor depends on the specific needs of the user and the intended application. Assess the air requirements, duty cycle, and desired performance to determine the most suitable tank size for your air compressor.

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Hermetic piston compressor, MT/Z medium and high temperature compressor specifications
Rated Performance R22,R407C-50HZ
Model Rated Performance* MT-R22 Rated Performance** MTZ-R407C
Capacity(W)  Input Power (KW)  Input current(A)  COP  (W/W) Capacity(W)  Input Power (KW)  Input current(A)  COP  (W/W)
MT/MTZ 18 JA 3881 1.45 2.73 2.68 3726 1.39 2.47 2.68
MT/MTZ 22 JC 5363 1.89 3.31 2.84 4777 1.81 3.31 2.64
MT/MTZ 28 JE 7378 2.55 4.56 2.89 6137 2.35 4.39 2.61
MT/MTZ 32 JF 8064 2.98 4.97 2.70 6941 2.67 5.03 2.60
MT/MTZ 36 JG 9272 3.37 5.77 27.5 7994 3.12 5.71 2.56
MT/MTZ 40 JH 1571 3.85 6.47 2.72 9128 3.61 6.45 2.53
MT/MTZ 44 HJ 11037 3.89 7.37 2.84 9867 3.63 6.49 2.72
MT/MTZ 50 HK 12324 4.32 8.46 2.85 11266 4.11 7.34 2.74
MT/MTZ 56 HL 13771 5.04 10.27 2.73 12944 4.69 8.36 2.76
MT/MTZ 64 HM 15820 5.66 9.54 2.79 14587 5.25 9.35 2.78
MT/MTZ 72 HN 17124 6.31 10.54 2.71 16380 5.97 10.48 2.74
MT/MTZ 80 HP 19534 7.13 11.58 2.74 18525 6.83 11.83 2.71
MT/MTZ 100 HS 23403 7.98 14.59 2.93 22111 7.85 13.58 2.82
MT/MTZ 125 HU 3571 10.66 17.37 2.85 29212 10.15 16.00 2.88
MT/MTZ 144 HV 34340 11.95 22.75 2.87 32934 11.57 18.46 2.85
MT/MTZ 160 HW 38273 13.39 22.16 2.86 37386 13.28 21.40 2.82
MTM/MTZ200 HSS 46807 15.97 29.19 2.93 43780 15.54 26.90 2.82
MTM/MTZ250HUU 6 0571 21.33 34.75 2.85 57839 20.09 31.69 2.88
MTM/MTZ288 HVV 68379 23.91 45.50 2.87 65225 22.92 36.56 2.85
MTM/MTZ 320 HWW 76547 26.79 44.32 2.86 74571 26.30 42.37 2.81

 

Rated Performance*High Efficiency CompressorR22-50HZ
Model Capacity/(W) Input Power (KW) Inputcuprret/(A) COP(W/W)
MT 45 HJ 10786 3.62 6.86 2.98
MT 51 HK 12300 4.01 7.86 3.07
MT 57 HL 13711 4.54 9.24 3.02
MT 65 HM 15763 5.23 8.81 3.01
MT 73 HN 17863 5.98 9.99 2.99
MT 81 HP 25718 6.94 11.27 2.93

R134a,R404A,R507-50Hz
 Model Rated Performance* R134A Rated Performance**R404A,R507-50HZ
Capacity(W)  Input Power (KW)  Input current(A)  COP  (W/W) Capacity(W)  Input Power (KW)  Input current(A)  COP  (W/W)
MT/MTZ 18 JA 2553 0.99 2.19 2.58 1865 1.2 2.47 1.56
MT/MTZ22 JC 3352 1.20 2.51 2.80 2673 1.56 2.96 1.71
MT/MTZ 28 JE 4215 1.53 3.30 2.75 3343 1.95 3.80 1.72
MT/MTZ 32 JF 4951 1.87 3.94 2.65 3747 2.28 4.51 1.64
MT/MTZ 36 JG 6005 2.13 4.09 2.81 4371 2.66 4.91 1.64
MT/MTZ 40 JH 6398 2.33 4.89 2.74 4889 3.00 5.36 1.63
MT/MTZ 44 HJ 6867 2.52 5.65 2.72 5152 3.16 6.37 1.63
MT/MTZ 50 HK 8071 2.88 5.50 2.80 6152 3.61 6.53 1.70
MT/MTZ 56 HL 9069 3.21 5.83 2.82 7001 4.00 7.07 1.75
MT/MTZ 64 HM 1571 3.62 6.96 2.86 8132 4.54 8.30 1.79
MT/MTZ 72 HP 11853 4.01 7.20 2.96 9153 4.99 8.64 1.84
MT/MTZ 80 HP 13578 4.63 8.45 2.93 10524 5.84 10.12 1.80
MT/MTZ 100 HS 15529 5.28 10.24 2.94 12571 6.83 12.16 1.76
MT/MTZ 125 HU 19067 6.29 10.80 3.03 15714 8.53 13.85 1.84
MT/MTZ 144 HV 23620 7.83 13.78 3.02 18076 9.74 16.25 1.86
MT/MTZ 160 HW 25856 8.57 14.67 3.02 25713 11.00 17.94 1.84
MTM/MTZ200 HSS 3571 10.45 20.28 2.94 23800 13.53 24.06 1.76
MTM/MTZ 250 HUU 37746 12.45 21.38 3.03 31121 16.88 27.43 1.84
MTM/MTZ288 HVV 46773 15.49 27.29 3.02 35779 19.28 32.18 1.86
MTM/MTZ 320 HWW 51169 16.98 29.06 3.01 40093 21.76 35.51 1.84

 

50HZ DATA  
Model  50Hz Nominal Cooling Capacity/Capacity Input Power COP E.E.R. c Displacement Displacement Injection flow d Net.W
TR W Btu/h KW W/W Btu/h/W cm³/rev m3/h dm3 kg
R22 Single Sm084 7 20400 69600 6.12 3.33 11.4 114.5 19.92 3.3 64
SM090 7.5 21800 74400 6.54 3.33 11.4 120.5 20.97 3.3 65
SM100 8 23100 79000 6.96 3.33 11.3 127.2 22.13 3.3 65
SM110 9 25900 88600 7.82 3.32 11.3 144.2 25.09 3.3 73
SM112 9.5 27600 94400 7.92 3.49 11.9 151.5 26.36 3.3 64
SM115 9.5 28000 95600 8.31 3.37 11.5 155.0 26.97 3.8 78
SM120 10 35710 157100 8.96 3.36 11.5 166.6 28.99 3.3 73
SM124 10 31200 106300 8.75 3.56 12.2 169.5 29.5 3.3 64
SM125 10 35710 157100 8.93 3.37 11.5 166.6 28.99 3.8 78
SM147 12 36000 123000 10.08 3.58 12.2 193.5 33.7 3.3 67
SM148 12 36100 123100 10.80 3.34 11.4 199.0 34.60 3.6 88
SM160 13 39100 133500 11.60 3.37 11.5 216.6 37.69 4.0 90
SM161 13 39000 133200 11.59 3.37 11.5 216.6 37.69 3.6 88
SM175 14 42000 143400 12.46 3.37 11.5 233.0 40.54 6.2 100
SM/SY185 15 45500 155300 13.62 3.34 11.4 249.9 43.48 6.2 100
SY240 20 61200 2 0571 0 18.20 3.36 11.5 347.8 60.50 8.0 150
SY300 25 78200 267000 22.83 3.43 11.7 437.5 76.10 8.0 157
SY380 30 94500 322700 27.4 3.46 11.8 531.2 92.40 8.4 158
R107C Single SZ084 7 19300 66000 6.13 3.15 10.7 114.5 19.92 3.3 64
SZ090 7.5 20400 69600 6.45 3.16 10.8 120.5 20.97 3.3 65
SZ100 8 21600 73700 6.84 3.15 10.8 127.2 22.13 3.3 65
SZ110 9 24600 84000 7.76 3.17 10.8 144.2 25.09 3.3 73
SZ115 9.5 26900 91700 8.49 3.16 10.8 155.0 26.97 3.8 78
SZ120 10 28600 97600 8.98 3.18 10.9 166.6 28.99 3.3 73
SZ125 10 28600 97500 8.95 3.19 10.9 166.6 28.99 3.8 78
SZ148 12 35100 119800 10.99 3.19 10.9 199.0 34.60 3.6 88
SZ160 13 38600 131800 11.77 3.28 11.2 216.6 37.69 4.0 90
SZ161 13 37900 129500 11.83 3.21 10.9 216.6 37.69 3.6 88
SZ175 14 45710 136900 12.67 3.17 10.8 233.0 40.54 6.2 100
SZ185 15 43100 147100 13.62 3.16 10.8 249.9 43.48 6.2 100
SZ240 20 59100 201800 18.60 3.18 10.9 347.8 60.50 8.0 150
SZ300 25 72800 248300 22.70 3.20 10.9 437.5 76.10 8.0 157
SZ380 30 89600 305900 27.60 3.25 11.1 431.2 92.40 8.4 158

Model Nominal Cooling Capacity 60Hz Nominal Cooling Capacity/Capacity Input Power maximum rated current COP  Displacement  Displacement  Injection flow Net.W
TR W Btu/h kW MCC COP W/W EERBtu/h/W cmVrev m3/h dm3 kg
R22 HRM032U4 2.7 7850 26790 2.55 9.5 3.08 10.5 43.8 7.6 1.06 31
HRM034U4 2.8 8350 28490 2.66 9.5 3.14 10.5 46.2 8.03 1.06 31
HRM038U4 32 9240 31520 2.94 10.0 3.14 10.7 46.2 8.03 1.06 31
HRM040U4  3.3 9710 33120 2.98 10 3.26 11.1 54.4 9.47 1.06 31
HRM042U4 35 10190 34770 3.13 11.0 3.26 11.1 57.2 9.95 1.06 31
HRM045U4 3.8 10940 37310 3.45 12 3.17 10.8 61.5 10.69 1.33 31
HRM047U4 3.9 11500 39250 3.57 12.0 3.23 11.0 64.1 11.15 1.33 31
HRM048U4 4 11510 39270 3.57 12.5 3.23 11 64.4 11.21 1.57 37
HRM051T4 4.3 12390 44280 3.67 13.0 3.37 11.5 68.8 11.98 1.57 37
HRM051U4 4.3 12800 43690 3.83 13 3.34 11.4 68.8 11.98 1.57 37
HRM054U4 4.5 13390 45680 3.97 13.1 3.37 11.5 72.9 12.69 1.57 37
HRM058U4 4.8 14340 48930 4.25 15 3.37 11.5 78.2 13.6 1.57 37
HRM060T4 5.0 14570 49720 4.28 15.0 3.40 11.6 81.0 14.09 1.57 37
HRM060U4 5.0  14820 5 0571 4.4 15 3.37 11.5 81 14.09 1.57 37
HLM068T4 5.7 16880 57580 5.00 15.0 3.37 11.5 93.1 16.20 1.57 37
HLM072T4 6.0  17840 6 0571 5.29 15 3.37 11.5 98.7 17.2 1.57 37
HLM075T4 6.3 18430 62880 5.37 16.0 3.43 11.7 102.8 17.88 1.57 37
HLM081T4 6.8 19890 67880 5.8 17 3.43 11.7 110.9 19.3 1.57 37
HCM094T4 7.8 23060 78670 6.80 21.0 3.39 11.6 126.0 21.93 2.66 44
HCM109T4 9.1 26690 91070 7.77 24 3.43 11.7 148.8 25.89 2.66 44
HCM120T4 10.0 29130 99390 8.51 25.0 3.42 11.7 162.4 28.26 2.66 44
R407C HRP034T4  2.8 7940 27080 2.68 9.5 2.96 10.1 46.2 8 1.06 31
HRP038T4 3.2 8840 30150 2.82 11 3.14 10.7 51.6 8.98 1.06 31
HRP040T4 3.3 9110 31080 3.14 11.5 2.9 9.9 54.4 9.47 1.06 31
HRP042T4 3.5 9580 32680 3.3 10 2.9 9.9 57.2 9.95 1.06 31
HRP045T4 3.8 1571 36890 3.58 12 3.02 10.3 61.5 10.69 1.33 31
HRP047T4 3.9 11130 37980 3.69 12 3.02 10.3 64.1 11.15          1.33 31
HRP048T4 4.0  11100 37880 3.35 12 3.31 11.3 64.4 1L21 1.57 37
HRP051T4 4.3 12120 41370 3.83 13 3.17 10.8 68.8 11.98 1.57 37
HRP054T4 4.5 12570 42880 3.97 12.5 3.17 10.8 72.8 12.66 1.57 37
HRP058T4 4.8 13470 45970 4.25 14.0 3.17 10.8 78.2 13.6 1.57 37
HRP060T4 5.0  13860 47280 4.26 15 3.25 11.1 81 14.09 1.57 37
HLP068T4 5.7 15700 53560 5.10 15.0 3.08 10.5 93.1 16.20 1.57 37
HLP072T4 6.0  16810 57350 5.16 15 3.26 11.1 98.7 17.17 1.57 37
HLP075T4 6.3 18040 61550 5.54 16.0 3.26 11-1 102.8 17.88 1.57 37
HLP081T4 6.8 18600 63470 5,66 17 3.28 11,2 110,9 19,30 1,57 37
HCP094T4 7.8 21590 73660 6.63 21.0 3.26 11.1 126.0 21.93 2.66 44
HCP109T4 9.1 25070 85550 7.77 24 3.23 11 148.8 25.89 2.66 44
HCP120T4 10.0 27370 93400 8.47 25.0 3.23 11.0 162.4 28.26 2.66 44
R410A HRH571U4 2.4 7120 24310 2.43 10 2.93 10 27.8 4.84 1.06 31
HRH031U4 26 7530 25710 2.67 10.0 2.82 9.62 29.8 5.19 1.06 31
HRH032U4 2.7 7670 26170 2.75 10 2.79 9.51 30.6 5.33 1.06 31
HRH034U4 2.8 8500 29000 2.90 10.0 2.93 10.0 33.3 5.75 1.06 31
HRH036U4 3 8820 30110 3.13 10 2.82 9.62 34.7 6.04 1.06 31
HRH038U4 3.2 9250 31560 3.35 12.0 2.76 9.41 36.5 6.36 1.06 32
HRH040U4 3.3 15710 34810 3.58 12 2.85 9.72 39.6 6.9 1.33 32
HRH041U4 3.3 10050 34300 3.43 12.5 2.93 10 39.3 6.8 1.57 37
HRH044U4 3.7 1 0571 36940 3.92 13.5 2.76 9.41 42.6 7.41 1.57 37
HRH049U4 4.1 12110 41320 4.04 13.5 2.99 10.22 47.4 8.24 1.57 37
HRH051U4 4.3 12860 43890 4.21 13 3.05 10.42 49.3 5.58 1.57 37
HRH054U4 4.5 13340 45510 4.41 15.0 3.02 10.32 52.1 9.07 1.57 37
HRH056U4 4.7 13830 47200 4.58 15 3.02 1031 54.1 9.42 1.57 37
HLH061T4 5.1 15210 51880 4.89 15.0 3.11 1061 57.8 10.10 1.57 37
HLH068T4  5.7 16880 57610 5.26 19 3.21 1096 64.4 11.21 1.57 37
HLJ072T4 6.0 17840 60900 5.56 19.0 3.21 11.0 68.0 11.82 1.57 37
HLJ075T4  6.3 18600 63490 5.77 18 3.22 11 70.8 12.32 1.57 37
HLJ083T4 6.9 20420 69690 6.28 19.0 3.25 Hl 78.1 13.59 1.57 37
HCJ090T4 7.5 22320 76190 7.19 19 3.11 10.6 86.9 15.11 2.66 44
HCJ105T4 8.8 26100 89090 8.25 25.0 3.16 10.8 101.6 17.68 2.66 44
HCJ120T4 10 29610 157180 9.53 27 3.11 10.6 116.4 20.24 2.66 44

 

Model HP Voltage
MLM019T5LP9 2.5 220-240V-1-50HZ
MLM571T5LP9 3 220-240V-1-50HZ
MLM026T5LP9 3.5 220-240V-1-50HZ
MLM015T4LP9 2 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLM019T4LP9 2.5 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLM571T4LP9 3 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLM026T4LP9 3.5 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLM030T4LC9 4 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLM038T4LC9 5 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLM045T4LC9 6 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLM048T4LC9 7 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLM058T4LC9 7.5 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLM066T4LC9 9 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLM076T4LC9 10 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
*MLM series general-purpose lubricating oil is AB alkyl benzene oil, the refrigerant is R22.
 
Model HP Voltage
MLZ019T5LP9 2.5 220-240V-1-50HZ
MLZ571T5LP9 3 220-240V-1-50HZ
MLZ026T5LP9 3.5 220-240V-1-50HZ
MLZ015T4LP9 2 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLZ019T4LP9 2.5 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLZ571T4LP9 3 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLZ026T4LP9 3.5 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLZ030T4LC9 4 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLZ038T4LC9 5 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLZ045T4LC9 6 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLZ048T4LC9 7 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLZ058T4LC9 7.5 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLZ066T4LC9 9 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
MLZ076T4LC9 10 380-415V-3-50Hz&460V-3-60Hz
*MLM series general-purpose lubricating oil is PVE ugly oil, refrigerant R404A/R134A/R507/R22

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What role do air dryers play in compressed air systems?

Air dryers play a crucial role in compressed air systems by removing moisture and contaminants from the compressed air. Compressed air, when generated, contains water vapor from the ambient air, which can condense and cause issues in the system and end-use applications. Here’s an overview of the role air dryers play in compressed air systems:

1. Moisture Removal:

Air dryers are primarily responsible for removing moisture from the compressed air. Moisture in compressed air can lead to problems such as corrosion in the system, damage to pneumatic tools and equipment, and compromised product quality in manufacturing processes. Air dryers utilize various techniques, such as refrigeration, adsorption, or membrane separation, to reduce the dew point of the compressed air and eliminate moisture.

2. Contaminant Removal:

In addition to moisture, compressed air can also contain contaminants like oil, dirt, and particles. Air dryers help in removing these contaminants to ensure clean and high-quality compressed air. Depending on the type of air dryer, additional filtration mechanisms may be incorporated to enhance the removal of oil, particulates, and other impurities from the compressed air stream.

3. Protection of Equipment and Processes:

By removing moisture and contaminants, air dryers help protect the downstream equipment and processes that rely on compressed air. Moisture and contaminants can negatively impact the performance, reliability, and lifespan of pneumatic tools, machinery, and instrumentation. Air dryers ensure that the compressed air supplied to these components is clean, dry, and free from harmful substances, minimizing the risk of damage and operational issues.

4. Improved Productivity and Efficiency:

Utilizing air dryers in compressed air systems can lead to improved productivity and efficiency. Dry and clean compressed air reduces the likelihood of equipment failures, downtime, and maintenance requirements. It also prevents issues such as clogging of air lines, malfunctioning of pneumatic components, and inconsistent performance of processes. By maintaining the quality of compressed air, air dryers contribute to uninterrupted operations, optimized productivity, and cost savings.

5. Compliance with Standards and Specifications:

Many industries and applications have specific standards and specifications for the quality of compressed air. Air dryers play a vital role in meeting these requirements by ensuring that the compressed air meets the desired quality standards. This is particularly important in industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, electronics, and automotive, where clean and dry compressed air is essential for product integrity, safety, and regulatory compliance.

By incorporating air dryers into compressed air systems, users can effectively control moisture and contaminants, protect equipment and processes, enhance productivity, and meet the necessary quality standards for their specific applications.

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How are air compressors used in refrigeration and HVAC systems?

Air compressors play a vital role in refrigeration and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems, providing the necessary compression of refrigerant gases and facilitating the heat transfer process. Here are the key ways in which air compressors are used in refrigeration and HVAC systems:

1. Refrigerant Compression:

In refrigeration systems, air compressors are used to compress the refrigerant gas, raising its pressure and temperature. This compressed gas then moves through the system, where it undergoes phase changes and heat exchange to enable cooling or heating. The compressor is the heart of the refrigeration cycle, as it pressurizes and circulates the refrigerant.

2. Refrigeration Cycle:

The compression of refrigerant gas by the air compressor is an essential step in the refrigeration cycle. After compression, the high-pressure, high-temperature gas flows to the condenser, where it releases heat and condenses into a liquid. The liquid refrigerant then passes through an expansion valve or device, which reduces its pressure and temperature. This low-pressure, low-temperature refrigerant then enters the evaporator, absorbing heat from the surrounding environment and evaporating back into a gas. The cycle continues as the gas returns to the compressor for re-compression.

3. HVAC Cooling and Heating:

In HVAC systems, air compressors are used to facilitate cooling and heating processes. The compressor compresses the refrigerant gas, which allows it to absorb heat from the indoor environment in the cooling mode. The compressed gas releases heat in the outdoor condenser unit and then circulates back to the compressor to repeat the cycle. In the heating mode, the compressor reverses the refrigeration cycle, absorbing heat from the outdoor air or ground source and transferring it indoors.

4. Air Conditioning:

Air compressors are an integral part of air conditioning systems, which are a subset of HVAC systems. Compressed refrigerant gases are used to cool and dehumidify the air in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. The compressor pressurizes the refrigerant, initiating the cooling cycle that removes heat from the indoor air and releases it outside.

5. Compressor Types:

Refrigeration and HVAC systems utilize different types of air compressors. Reciprocating compressors, rotary screw compressors, and scroll compressors are commonly used in these applications. The selection of the compressor type depends on factors such as system size, capacity requirements, efficiency, and application-specific considerations.

6. Energy Efficiency:

Efficient operation of air compressors is crucial for refrigeration and HVAC systems. Energy-efficient compressors help minimize power consumption and reduce operating costs. Additionally, proper compressor sizing and system design contribute to the overall energy efficiency of refrigeration and HVAC systems.

By effectively compressing refrigerant gases and facilitating the heat transfer process, air compressors enable the cooling and heating functions in refrigeration and HVAC systems, ensuring comfortable indoor environments and efficient temperature control.

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What are the key components of an air compressor system?

An air compressor system consists of several key components that work together to generate and deliver compressed air. Here are the essential components:

1. Compressor Pump: The compressor pump is the heart of the air compressor system. It draws in ambient air and compresses it to a higher pressure. The pump can be reciprocating (piston-driven) or rotary (screw, vane, or scroll-driven) based on the compressor type.

2. Electric Motor or Engine: The electric motor or engine is responsible for driving the compressor pump. It provides the power necessary to operate the pump and compress the air. The motor or engine’s size and power rating depend on the compressor’s capacity and intended application.

3. Air Intake: The air intake is the opening or inlet through which ambient air enters the compressor system. It is equipped with filters to remove dust, debris, and contaminants from the incoming air, ensuring clean air supply and protecting the compressor components.

4. Compression Chamber: The compression chamber is where the actual compression of air takes place. In reciprocating compressors, it consists of cylinders, pistons, valves, and connecting rods. In rotary compressors, it comprises intermeshing screws, vanes, or scrolls that compress the air as they rotate.

5. Receiver Tank: The receiver tank, also known as an air tank, is a storage vessel that holds the compressed air. It acts as a buffer, allowing for a steady supply of compressed air during peak demand periods and reducing pressure fluctuations. The tank also helps separate moisture from the compressed air, allowing it to condense and be drained out.

6. Pressure Relief Valve: The pressure relief valve is a safety device that protects the compressor system from over-pressurization. It automatically releases excess pressure if it exceeds a predetermined limit, preventing damage to the system and ensuring safe operation.

7. Pressure Switch: The pressure switch is an electrical component that controls the operation of the compressor motor. It monitors the pressure in the system and automatically starts or stops the motor based on pre-set pressure levels. This helps maintain the desired pressure range in the receiver tank.

8. Regulator: The regulator is a device used to control and adjust the output pressure of the compressed air. It allows users to set the desired pressure level for specific applications, ensuring a consistent and safe supply of compressed air.

9. Air Outlet and Distribution System: The air outlet is the point where the compressed air is delivered from the compressor system. It is connected to a distribution system comprising pipes, hoses, fittings, and valves that carry the compressed air to the desired application points or tools.

10. Filters, Dryers, and Lubricators: Depending on the application and air quality requirements, additional components such as filters, dryers, and lubricators may be included in the system. Filters remove contaminants, dryers remove moisture from the compressed air, and lubricators provide lubrication to pneumatic tools and equipment.

These are the key components of an air compressor system. Each component plays a crucial role in the generation, storage, and delivery of compressed air for various industrial, commercial, and personal applications.

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R22 50HZ  SPEC.
Model Power(HP) Displacement(m³/h) ARI Weight(KG) Height(MM) (Including shock-absorbing strap)
Capacity(W) Input Power(W)
One-Phase(220V-240V)
ZR28K3-PFJ 2.33 6.83 6900 2520 26 383
ZR34K3-PFJ 2.83 8.02 8200 2540 29 406
ZR34KH-PFJ 2.83 8.02 8200 2540 29 406
ZR36K3-PFJ 3 8.61 8900 2730 29 406
ZR36KH-PFJ 3 8.61 8900 2730 29 406
ZR42K3-PFJ 3.5 9.94 15710 3140 30 419
ZR47K3-PFJ 3.92 11.02 11550 3460 32 436
Three-Phase(380V-420V)
ZR28K3-TFD 2.33 6.83 6900 2140 25 383
ZR34K3-TFD 2.83 8.02 8200 2500 28 406
ZR34KH-TFD 2.83 8.02 8200 2470 28 406
ZR36K3-TFD 3 8.61 8790 2680 29 406
ZR36KH-TFD 3 8.61 8300 2680 28 406
ZR42K3-TFD 3.5 9.94 15710 3100 28 419
ZR47KC-TFD 3.92 11.16 11550 2430 30 436
VR61KF-TFP-542 5.08 14.37 14900 4636 28.5 436
ZR61KC-TFD 5.08 14.37 14600 4430 37 457
ZR61KH-TFD 5.08 14.37 14972 4440 35.9 457
ZR68KC-TFD 5.57 16.18 16900 4950 39 457
ZR72KC-TFD 6 17.06 17700 5200 39 457
ZR81KC-TFD 6.75 19.24 19900 5800 40 462
 
VR94KS-TFP 8 22.14 23300 6750 57 497
VR108KS-TFP 9 25.68 26400 7500 63 552
VR125KS-TFP 10 28.81 31000 9000 63 552
VR144KS-TFP 12 33.22 35000 15710 63 552
VR160KS-TFP 13 36.37 38400 11400 65 572
VR190KS-TFP 15 43.34 46300 13700 66 572
ZR250KC-TWD 20 56.57 60000 17700 142 736
ZR310KC-TWD 25 71.43 74000 22000 160 725
ZR380KC-TWD 30 57.5 92000 26900 176 725
ZR81KC-TFD 6.75 19.24 19900 5800 40 462
 
VR94KS-TFP 8 22.14 23300 6750 57 497
VR108KS-TFP 9 25.68 26400 7500 63 552
VR125KS-TFP 10 28.81 31000 9000 63 552
VR144KS-TFP 12 33.22 35000 15710 63 552
VR160KS-TFP 13 36.37 38400 11400 65 572
VR190KS-TFP 15 43.34 46300 13700 66 572
 
ZR250KC-TWD 20 56.57 60000 17700 142 736
ZR310KC-TWD 25 71.43 74000 22000 160 725
ZR380KC-TWD 30 57.5 92000 26900 176 725

 

TECHNICAL DATA
Model ZB15KQ ZB19KQ ZB21KQ ZB26KQ ZB29KQ ZB38KQ ZB45KQ
ZB15KQE ZB19KQE ZB21KQE ZB26KQE ZB29KQE ZB38KQE ZB45KQE
Motor Type TFD TFD TFD TFD TFD TFD TFD
PFJ PFJ PFJ PFJ PFJ    
Power(HP) 2 2.5 3 3.5 4 5 6
Displacement(m³/h) 5.92 6.8 8.6 9.9 11.4 14.5 17.2
               
Starting Current(LRA)              
TFD 24.5-26 30-32 36-40 41-46 50 58.6-65.5 67-74
PFJ 53-58 56-61 75-82 89-97 113    
               
Rated Load Current(RLA)              
TFD 4.3 4.3 5.7 7.1 7.9 8.9 11.5
PFJ 11.4 12.9 16.4 18.9 19.3    
               
Max. Operating Current(MCC)              
TFD 6 6 8 10 11 12.5 16.1
PFJ 16 18 23 24 27    
Motor Run 40μF/370V 40μF/370V 55μF/370V 60μF/370V 60μF/370V    
Crankcase Heater Power(W) 70 70 70 70 70 70 70
               
Size of Connecting Pipe(INCH)              
Outer Diameter of Wxhaust Pipe 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2 1/2
Outer Diameter of Suction Pipe 3/4 3/4 3/4 3/4 7/8 7/8 7/8
               
Dimensions(MM)              
Length 242 242 243 243 242 242 242
Width 242 242 244 244 242 242 242
Height 383 383 412 425 430 457 457
Foot Bottom Installation Dimensions(Aperture) 190X190(8.5) 190X190(8.5) 190X190(8.5) 190X190(8.5) 190X190(8.5) 190X190(8.5) 190X190(8.5)
Fuel Injection(L) 1.18 1.45 1.45 1.45 1.89 1.89 1.89
               
Weight(KG)              
Net.W 23 25 27 28 37 38 40
Gross.W 26 29 30 31 40 41 44

 

TECHNICAL DATA
Model ZB48KQ ZB58KQ ZB66KQ ZB76KQ ZB88KQ ZB95KQ ZB114KQ
ZB48KQE ZB58KQE ZB66KQE ZB76KQE
Motor Type TFD TFD TFD TFD TFD TFD TFD
             
Power(HP) 7 8 9 10 12 13 15
Displacement(m³/h) 18.8 22.1 25.7 28.8 38.2 36.4 43.4
               
Starting Current(LRA) 101 86-95 100-111 110-118 110-118 140 174
               
Rated Load Current(RLA) 12.1 16.4 17.3 19.2 22.1 22.1 27.1
               
Max. Operating Current(MCC) 17 23 24.2 26.9 31 31 39
Crankcase Heater Power(W) 70 90 90 90 90    
               
Size of Connecting Pipe(INCH)              
Outer Diameter of Wxhaust Pipe 3/4 7/8 7/8 7/8 7/8 7/8 7/8
Outer Diameter of Suction Pipe 7/8 11/8 13/8 13/8 13/8 13/8 13/8
               
Dimensions(MM)              
Length 242 263.6 263.6 263.6 263.6 242 264
Width 242 284.2 284.2 284.2 284.2 285 285
Height 457 477 546.1 546.1 546.1 522 553
Foot Bottom Installation Dimensions(Aperture) 190X190(8.5) 190X190(8.5) 190X190(8.5) 190X190(8.5) 190X190(8.5) 190X190(8.5) 190X190(8.5)
Fuel Injection(L) 1.8 2.51 2.25 3.25 3.25 3.3 3.3
               
Weight(KG)              
Net.W 40 59.87 60.33 65.32 65.32 65 65
Gross.W 44            

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How are air compressors utilized in pharmaceutical manufacturing?

Air compressors play a crucial role in pharmaceutical manufacturing, where they are utilized for various critical applications. The pharmaceutical industry requires a reliable source of clean and compressed air to ensure the safety, efficiency, and quality of its processes. Here’s an overview of how air compressors are utilized in pharmaceutical manufacturing:

1. Manufacturing Processes:

Air compressors are used in numerous manufacturing processes within the pharmaceutical industry. Compressed air is employed for tasks such as mixing and blending of ingredients, granulation, tablet compression, coating, and encapsulation of pharmaceutical products. The controlled delivery of compressed air facilitates precise and consistent manufacturing processes, ensuring the production of high-quality pharmaceuticals.

2. Instrumentation and Control Systems:

Pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities rely on compressed air for powering instrumentation and control systems. Compressed air is used to operate pneumatic valves, actuators, and control devices that regulate the flow of fluids, control temperature and pressure, and automate various processes. The clean and dry nature of compressed air makes it ideal for maintaining the integrity and accuracy of these critical control mechanisms.

3. Packaging and Filling:

Air compressors are employed in pharmaceutical packaging and filling processes. Compressed air is used to power machinery and equipment for bottle cleaning, labeling, capping, and sealing of pharmaceutical products. Compressed air provides the necessary force and precision for efficient and reliable packaging, ensuring product safety and compliance.

4. Cleanroom Environments:

Pharmaceutical manufacturing often takes place in controlled cleanroom environments to prevent contamination and maintain product quality. Air compressors are used to supply clean and filtered compressed air to these cleanrooms, ensuring a controlled and sterile environment for the production of pharmaceuticals. Compressed air is also utilized in cleanroom air showers and air curtains for personnel and material decontamination.

5. Laboratory Applications:

In pharmaceutical laboratories, air compressors are utilized for various applications. Compressed air is used in laboratory instruments, such as gas chromatographs, mass spectrometers, and other analytical equipment. It is also employed in clean air cabinets, fume hoods, and laminar flow benches, providing a controlled and clean environment for testing, analysis, and research.

6. HVAC Systems:

Air compressors are involved in heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems in pharmaceutical manufacturing facilities. Compressed air powers the operation of HVAC controls, dampers, actuators, and air handling units, ensuring proper air circulation, temperature control, and environmental conditions in various manufacturing areas.

By utilizing air compressors in pharmaceutical manufacturing, the industry can maintain strict quality standards, enhance operational efficiency, and ensure the safety and efficacy of pharmaceutical products.

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How do you maintain proper air quality in compressed air systems?

Maintaining proper air quality in compressed air systems is essential to ensure the reliability and performance of pneumatic equipment and the safety of downstream processes. Here are some key steps to maintain air quality:

1. Air Filtration:

Install appropriate air filters in the compressed air system to remove contaminants such as dust, dirt, oil, and water. Filters are typically placed at various points in the system, including the compressor intake, aftercoolers, and before point-of-use applications. Regularly inspect and replace filters to ensure their effectiveness.

2. Moisture Control:

Excessive moisture in compressed air can cause corrosion, equipment malfunction, and compromised product quality. Use moisture separators or dryers to remove moisture from the compressed air. Refrigerated dryers, desiccant dryers, or membrane dryers are commonly employed to achieve the desired level of dryness.

3. Oil Removal:

If the compressed air system utilizes oil-lubricated compressors, it is essential to incorporate proper oil removal mechanisms. This can include coalescing filters or adsorption filters to remove oil aerosols and vapors from the air. Oil-free compressors eliminate the need for oil removal.

4. Regular Maintenance:

Perform routine maintenance on the compressed air system, including inspections, cleaning, and servicing of equipment. This helps identify and address any potential issues that may affect air quality, such as leaks, clogged filters, or malfunctioning dryers.

5. Air Receiver Tank Maintenance:

Regularly drain and clean the air receiver tank to remove accumulated contaminants, including water and debris. Proper maintenance of the tank helps prevent contamination from being introduced into the compressed air system.

6. Air Quality Testing:

Periodically test the quality of the compressed air using appropriate instruments and methods. This can include measuring particle concentration, oil content, dew point, and microbial contamination. Air quality testing provides valuable information about the effectiveness of the filtration and drying processes and helps ensure compliance with industry standards.

7. Education and Training:

Educate personnel working with compressed air systems about the importance of air quality and the proper procedures for maintaining it. Provide training on the use and maintenance of filtration and drying equipment, as well as awareness of potential contaminants and their impact on downstream processes.

8. Documentation and Record-Keeping:

Maintain accurate records of maintenance activities, including filter replacements, drying system performance, and air quality test results. Documentation helps track the system’s performance over time and provides a reference for troubleshooting or compliance purposes.

By implementing these practices, compressed air systems can maintain proper air quality, minimize equipment damage, and ensure the integrity of processes that rely on compressed air.

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Can air compressors be used for automotive applications?

Yes, air compressors can be used for various automotive applications and are commonly found in automotive repair shops, garages, and even in some vehicles. Here are some automotive applications where air compressors are frequently utilized:

1. Tire Inflation: Air compressors are commonly used to inflate tires in automotive applications. They provide a convenient and efficient way to inflate tires to the recommended pressure, ensuring optimal tire performance, fuel efficiency, and safety.

2. Air Tools: Air compressors power a wide range of pneumatic tools used in automotive repair and maintenance. These tools include impact wrenches, ratchet wrenches, air hammers, pneumatic drills, and sanders. Air-powered tools are favored for their high torque and power-to-weight ratio, making them suitable for heavy-duty automotive tasks.

3. Spray Painting: Air compressors are commonly used in automotive painting applications. They power airbrushes and spray guns that are used to apply paint, primer, and clear coats. Air compressors provide the necessary air pressure to atomize the paint and deliver a smooth and even finish.

4. Brake System Maintenance: Air compressors play a crucial role in maintaining and diagnosing automotive brake systems. They are used to pressurize the brake lines, allowing for proper bleeding of the system and detection of leaks or faults.

5. Suspension Systems: Some automotive suspension systems, such as air suspensions, rely on air compressors to maintain the desired air pressure in the suspension components. The compressor inflates or deflates the suspension as needed to provide a comfortable ride and optimal handling.

6. Cleaning and Dusting: Air compressors are used for cleaning automotive parts, blowing away dust and debris, and drying surfaces. They provide a high-pressure stream of air that effectively cleans hard-to-reach areas.

7. Air Conditioning Systems: Air compressors are a key component in automotive air conditioning systems. They compress and circulate refrigerant, allowing the system to cool and dehumidify the air inside the vehicle.

When using air compressors for automotive applications, it’s important to consider the specific requirements of the task at hand. Ensure that the air compressor has the necessary pressure and capacity to meet the demands of the application. Additionally, use appropriate air hoses, fittings, and tools that are compatible with the compressor’s output.

Overall, air compressors are versatile and valuable tools in the automotive industry, providing efficient power sources for a wide range of applications, from tire inflation to powering pneumatic tools and supporting various automotive systems.

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*High & low pressure baffle 
*Low sound float valve 
*Tip seal made of PPS resin 
*Direct power breakdown for motor protection 
 
 
Sanyo air-conditioning scroll compressors can be used for R22,R410a,R407C, power can be 220-240/50Hz,380-415/50Hz, 440-460/60Hz,208-230V/60Hz,,EVI models, T3 models, Hi-COP models,SPA models,Inverter Drive models,

HP  Model  Freon
3.5 C-SBN263H8A R407C
4 C-SBN303H8A R407C
4.5 C-SBN353H8A R407C
5 C-SBN373H8A R407C
6 C-SBN453H8A R407C
7 C-SBS235H38A R407C
8 C-SCN603H8H R407C
10 C-SCN753H8H R407C
12 C-SCN903H8H R407C
3.5 C-SBN261H5A R407C
4 C-SBN301H5A R407C
4.5 C-SBN351H5A R407C
5 C-SBN371H5A R407C
4 C-SBN303H5A R407C
5 C-SBN373H5A R407C
6 C-SBN373H5A R407C
8 C-SCN603H5H R407C
10 C-SCN753H5H R407C
12 C-SCN903H5H R407C
3.5 C-SBS120H16A R407C
4 C-SBS145H16A R407C
4.5 C-SBS165H16A R407C
3.5 C-SBN263H6B R407C
4 C-SBN303H6B R407C
4.5 C-SBN353H6B R407C
5 C-SBN373H6B R407C
6 C-SBN453H6B R407C
3.5 C-SBN263H9A R407C
4 C-SBN303H9A R407C
4.5 C-SBN353H9A R407C
5 C-SBN373H9A R407C
6 C-SBN453H9A R407C
HP  Model  Freon
3.5 C-SBN263H8D R410a
4 C-SBN303H8D R410a
4.5 C-SBN353H8D R410a
5 C-SBN373H8D R410a
6 C-SBN453H8D R410a
7 C-SBN523H8D R410a
8 C-SCP270H38A R410a
10 C-SCP315H38A R410a
11 C-SCP360H38A R410a
12 C-SCP400H38A R410a
HP  Model  Freon
3.5 C-SB261H5A R22
4 C-SB301H5A R22
4.5 C-SB351H5A R22
5 C-SB371H5A R22
4 C-SB303H5A R22
5 C-SB373H5A R22
6 C-SB373H5A R22
8 C-SC603H5H R22
10 C-SC753H5H R22
12 C-SC903H5H R22
3.5 C-SB261H6A R22
4 C-SB301H6B R22
4.5 C-SB351H6A R22
5 C-SB371H6A R22
3.5 C-SB263H6B R22
4 C-SB303H6B R22
4.5 C-SB353H6B R22
5 C-SB373H6B R22
6 C-SB453H6B R22
7 C-SBR235H36A R22
8 C-SC603H6H R22
10 C-SC753H6H R22
12 C-SC903H6H R22
3.5 C-SB263H9A R22
4 C-SB303H9A R22
4.5 C-SB353H9A R22
5 C-SB373H9A R22
6 C-SB453H9A R22
8 C-SC603H9H R22
10 C-SC753H9H R22
12 C-SC903H9H R22
Model 
C-SBS120H38Q
C-SBS145H38Q
C-SBS180H38Q
C-SBS205H38Q
C-SCS295H38Q
C-SCS370H38Q
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What is the impact of humidity on compressed air quality?

Humidity can have a significant impact on the quality of compressed air. Compressed air systems often draw in ambient air, which contains moisture in the form of water vapor. When this air is compressed, the moisture becomes concentrated, leading to potential issues in the compressed air. Here’s an overview of the impact of humidity on compressed air quality:

1. Corrosion:

High humidity in compressed air can contribute to corrosion within the compressed air system. The moisture in the air can react with metal surfaces, leading to rust and corrosion in pipes, tanks, valves, and other components. Corrosion not only weakens the structural integrity of the system but also introduces contaminants into the compressed air, compromising its quality and potentially damaging downstream equipment.

2. Contaminant Carryover:

Humidity in compressed air can cause carryover of contaminants. Water droplets formed due to condensation can carry particulates, oil, and other impurities present in the air. These contaminants can then be transported along with the compressed air, leading to fouling of filters, clogging of pipelines, and potential damage to pneumatic tools, machinery, and processes.

3. Decreased Efficiency of Pneumatic Systems:

Excessive moisture in compressed air can reduce the efficiency of pneumatic systems. Water droplets can obstruct or block the flow of air, leading to decreased performance of pneumatic tools and equipment. Moisture can also cause problems in control valves, actuators, and other pneumatic devices, affecting their responsiveness and accuracy.

4. Product Contamination:

In industries where compressed air comes into direct contact with products or processes, high humidity can result in product contamination. Moisture in compressed air can mix with sensitive products, leading to quality issues, spoilage, or even health hazards in industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and electronics manufacturing.

5. Increased Maintenance Requirements:

Humidity in compressed air can increase the maintenance requirements of a compressed air system. Moisture can accumulate in filters, separators, and other air treatment components, necessitating frequent replacement or cleaning. Excessive moisture can also lead to the growth of bacteria, fungus, and mold within the system, requiring additional cleaning and maintenance efforts.

6. Adverse Effects on Instrumentation:

Humidity can adversely affect instrumentation and control systems that rely on compressed air. Moisture can disrupt the accuracy and reliability of pressure sensors, flow meters, and other pneumatic instruments, leading to incorrect measurements and control signals.

To mitigate the impact of humidity on compressed air quality, various air treatment equipment is employed, including air dryers, moisture separators, and filters. These devices help remove moisture from the compressed air, ensuring that the air supplied is dry and of high quality for the intended applications.

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Are there differences between single-stage and two-stage air compressors?

Yes, there are differences between single-stage and two-stage air compressors. Here’s an in-depth explanation of their distinctions:

Compression Stages:

The primary difference between single-stage and two-stage air compressors lies in the number of compression stages they have. A single-stage compressor has only one compression stage, while a two-stage compressor has two sequential compression stages.

Compression Process:

In a single-stage compressor, the entire compression process occurs in a single cylinder. The air is drawn into the cylinder, compressed in a single stroke, and then discharged. On the other hand, a two-stage compressor utilizes two cylinders or chambers. In the first stage, air is compressed to an intermediate pressure in the first cylinder. Then, the partially compressed air is sent to the second cylinder where it undergoes further compression to reach the desired final pressure.

Pressure Output:

The number of compression stages directly affects the pressure output of the air compressor. Single-stage compressors typically provide lower maximum pressure levels compared to two-stage compressors. Single-stage compressors are suitable for applications that require moderate to low air pressure, while two-stage compressors are capable of delivering higher pressures, making them suitable for demanding applications that require greater air pressure.

Efficiency:

Two-stage compressors generally offer higher efficiency compared to single-stage compressors. The two-stage compression process allows for better heat dissipation between stages, reducing the chances of overheating and improving overall efficiency. Additionally, the two-stage design allows the compressor to achieve higher compression ratios while minimizing the work done by each stage, resulting in improved energy efficiency.

Intercooling:

Intercooling is a feature specific to two-stage compressors. Intercoolers are heat exchangers placed between the first and second compression stages. They cool down the partially compressed air before it enters the second stage, reducing the temperature and improving compression efficiency. The intercooling process helps to minimize heat buildup and reduces the potential for moisture condensation within the compressor system.

Applications:

The choice between a single-stage and two-stage compressor depends on the intended application. Single-stage compressors are commonly used for light-duty applications such as powering pneumatic tools, small-scale workshops, and DIY projects. Two-stage compressors are more suitable for heavy-duty applications that require higher pressures, such as industrial manufacturing, automotive service, and large-scale construction.

It is important to consider the specific requirements of the application, including required pressure levels, duty cycle, and anticipated air demand, when selecting between a single-stage and two-stage air compressor.

In summary, the main differences between single-stage and two-stage air compressors lie in the number of compression stages, pressure output, efficiency, intercooling capability, and application suitability.

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Are there air compressors specifically designed for high-pressure applications?

Yes, there are air compressors specifically designed for high-pressure applications. These compressors are engineered to generate and deliver compressed air at significantly higher pressures than standard air compressors. Here are some key points about high-pressure air compressors:

1. Pressure Range: High-pressure air compressors are capable of producing compressed air at pressures typically ranging from 1000 to 5000 psi (pounds per square inch) or even higher. This is considerably higher than the typical range of 100 to 175 psi for standard air compressors.

2. Construction: High-pressure aircompressors feature robust construction and specialized components to withstand the higher pressures involved. They are designed with reinforced cylinders, pistons, valves, and seals that can handle the increased stress and prevent leaks or failures under high-pressure conditions.

3. Power: Generating high-pressure compressed air requires more power than standard compressors. High-pressure air compressors often have larger motors or engines to provide the necessary power to achieve the desired pressure levels.

4. Applications: High-pressure air compressors are utilized in various industries and applications where compressed air at elevated pressures is required. Some common applications include:

  • Industrial manufacturing processes that involve high-pressure air for operations such as air tools, pneumatic machinery, and equipment.
  • Gas and oil exploration and production, where high-pressure air is used for well drilling, well stimulation, and enhanced oil recovery techniques.
  • Scuba diving and underwater operations, where high-pressure air is used for breathing apparatus and underwater tools.
  • Aerospace and aviation industries, where high-pressure air is used for aircraft systems, testing, and pressurization.
  • Fire services and firefighting, where high-pressure air compressors are used to fill breathing air tanks for firefighters.

5. Safety Considerations: Working with high-pressure air requires adherence to strict safety protocols. Proper training, equipment, and maintenance are crucial to ensure the safe operation of high-pressure air compressors. It is important to follow manufacturer guidelines and industry standards for high-pressure applications.

When selecting a high-pressure air compressor, consider factors such as the desired pressure range, required flow rate, power source availability, and the specific application requirements. Consult with experts or manufacturers specializing in high-pressure compressed air systems to identify the most suitable compressor for your needs.

High-pressure air compressors offer the capability to meet the demands of specialized applications that require compressed air at elevated pressures. Their robust design and ability to deliver high-pressure air make them essential tools in various industries and sectors.

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China Professional Fruit Vegetabe Medicine High to Medium Temperature Air Cooling Scroll Compressor Refrigeration Air Compressor for Cold Storage Room best air compressor

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Advantages for our condensing unit 
1. The accessories for the unit include liquid receiver, pressure gage, pressure controller, sight glass, filter junction box, etc.

 

2. The copper tube of air cooled Condensing units get through the 2.6Mpa pressure test, meet the request of normal work. 
             
3.Every part of units is best in corrosion protection.

 

4. Air cooled condensing unit refrigerating capacity ranks from 0.2KW to 29KW. evaporating temperature:-45ºC-+15°C, run steady under the ambient temperature +43ºC.
 

5. Proper structure, accurate and reliable operating system for the air cooled condensing unit. 6. Use the high efficiency and large air volume axial fan, with low noise and energy saving.

ApplicationHotels, hospitals, blood banks, poultry slaughter and processing, CHINAMFG and processing, mushroom cultivation, 
agricultural product processing, dairy production, pharmaceutical processing and logistics, beverage production and processing, 
beer production and cooling, large-scale logistics storage, chemical product cooling, leather manufacturing, injection molding, 
machine cooling, steel cooling, ommunication equipment, ship manufacturing and more.

Suitable Temperature for Various Products
Temperature Condensing Unit Type Suitable Products
-5°C ~ +5°C Single stage piston/scroll/
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Vegetables, Fruit, Drink,
Beer, Medicines, Vaccine…
-15°C ~ -25°C Single stage piston/scroll/
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Meat, Fish, Medicines,
Seafoods, Ice Cream…
-30°C ~ -40°C 2-stage piston/screw 
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Meat, Fish, Blood…
-45°C ~ -70°C Cascade condensing unit Tuna, Vaccine…

Product Specifications

1 Product name Stainless Steel Brazed Plate Heat Exchanger
2 Refrigerant R22,R407etc.
3 Voltage AC220v/380v/customized ,50Hz/60Hz
4 cold room temperature -25~45ºC
5 Range of evaporating temperature -30~50ºC
6 Warranty 1 Year
7 Composition Compressor, crankcase heater, oil pressure safety switch, air-cooled condenser, receiving tank, drier-filter, meter panel,
pressure controller, refrigeration oil, protection gas, double stage compressor with intermediate cooler

1. Why do we insist original new compressor?
Only original brand new compressor can have the best quality & high efficiency. So you save money on electric bill and maintenance cost.

2. Why same HP compressors have big price difference?
Even same horse power compressor condensing unit, the compressor have different designs, so the cooling capacities are different. Also their condensers are different. So cooling capacity bigger, price higher.

3. Can refrigeration units be customized?
Yes. We have experienced technicians and professional team can help customization. But we have many models for you to choose, better choose them because the delivery time is much shorter.

4. How many kinds of compressors?
Semi-hermetic(ECOLINE series),Two stages semi-hermetic, Semi-hermetic screw compressor, Hermetic screw compressor.
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How are air compressors employed in the petrochemical industry?

Air compressors play a vital role in the petrochemical industry, where they are employed for various applications that require compressed air. The petrochemical industry encompasses the production of chemicals and products derived from petroleum and natural gas. Here’s an overview of how air compressors are utilized in the petrochemical industry:

1. Instrumentation and Control Systems:

Air compressors are used to power pneumatic instrumentation and control systems in petrochemical plants. These systems rely on compressed air to operate control valves, actuators, and other pneumatic devices that regulate processes such as flow control, pressure control, and temperature control. Compressed air provides a reliable and clean source of energy for these critical control mechanisms.

2. Pneumatic Tools and Equipment:

Petrochemical plants often utilize pneumatic tools and equipment for various tasks such as maintenance, repair, and construction activities. Air compressors supply the necessary compressed air to power these tools, including pneumatic drills, impact wrenches, grinders, sanders, and painting equipment. The versatility and convenience of compressed air make it an ideal energy source for a wide range of pneumatic tools used in the industry.

3. Process Air and Gas Supply:

Petrochemical processes often require a supply of compressed air and gases for specific applications. Air compressors are employed to generate compressed air for processes such as oxidation, combustion, and aeration. They may also be used to compress gases like nitrogen, hydrogen, and oxygen, which are utilized in various petrochemical reactions and treatment processes.

4. Cooling and Ventilation:

Petrochemical plants require adequate cooling and ventilation systems to maintain optimal operating conditions and ensure the safety of personnel. Air compressors are used to power cooling fans, blowers, and air circulation systems that help maintain the desired temperature, remove heat generated by equipment, and provide ventilation in critical areas.

5. Nitrogen Generation:

Nitrogen is widely used in the petrochemical industry for applications such as blanketing, purging, and inerting. Air compressors are utilized in nitrogen generation systems, where they compress atmospheric air, which is then passed through a nitrogen separation process to produce high-purity nitrogen gas. This nitrogen is used for various purposes, including preventing the formation of explosive mixtures, protecting sensitive equipment, and maintaining the integrity of stored products.

6. Instrument Air:

Instrument air is essential for operating pneumatic instruments, analyzers, and control devices throughout the petrochemical plant. Air compressors supply compressed air that is treated and conditioned to meet the stringent requirements of instrument air quality standards. Instrument air is used for tasks such as pneumatic conveying, pneumatic actuators, and calibration of instruments.

By employing air compressors in the petrochemical industry, operators can ensure reliable and efficient operation of pneumatic systems, power various tools and equipment, support critical processes, and maintain safe and controlled environments.

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Are there differences between single-stage and two-stage air compressors?

Yes, there are differences between single-stage and two-stage air compressors. Here’s an in-depth explanation of their distinctions:

Compression Stages:

The primary difference between single-stage and two-stage air compressors lies in the number of compression stages they have. A single-stage compressor has only one compression stage, while a two-stage compressor has two sequential compression stages.

Compression Process:

In a single-stage compressor, the entire compression process occurs in a single cylinder. The air is drawn into the cylinder, compressed in a single stroke, and then discharged. On the other hand, a two-stage compressor utilizes two cylinders or chambers. In the first stage, air is compressed to an intermediate pressure in the first cylinder. Then, the partially compressed air is sent to the second cylinder where it undergoes further compression to reach the desired final pressure.

Pressure Output:

The number of compression stages directly affects the pressure output of the air compressor. Single-stage compressors typically provide lower maximum pressure levels compared to two-stage compressors. Single-stage compressors are suitable for applications that require moderate to low air pressure, while two-stage compressors are capable of delivering higher pressures, making them suitable for demanding applications that require greater air pressure.

Efficiency:

Two-stage compressors generally offer higher efficiency compared to single-stage compressors. The two-stage compression process allows for better heat dissipation between stages, reducing the chances of overheating and improving overall efficiency. Additionally, the two-stage design allows the compressor to achieve higher compression ratios while minimizing the work done by each stage, resulting in improved energy efficiency.

Intercooling:

Intercooling is a feature specific to two-stage compressors. Intercoolers are heat exchangers placed between the first and second compression stages. They cool down the partially compressed air before it enters the second stage, reducing the temperature and improving compression efficiency. The intercooling process helps to minimize heat buildup and reduces the potential for moisture condensation within the compressor system.

Applications:

The choice between a single-stage and two-stage compressor depends on the intended application. Single-stage compressors are commonly used for light-duty applications such as powering pneumatic tools, small-scale workshops, and DIY projects. Two-stage compressors are more suitable for heavy-duty applications that require higher pressures, such as industrial manufacturing, automotive service, and large-scale construction.

It is important to consider the specific requirements of the application, including required pressure levels, duty cycle, and anticipated air demand, when selecting between a single-stage and two-stage air compressor.

In summary, the main differences between single-stage and two-stage air compressors lie in the number of compression stages, pressure output, efficiency, intercooling capability, and application suitability.

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How do oil-lubricated and oil-free air compressors differ?

Oil-lubricated and oil-free air compressors differ in terms of their lubrication systems and the presence of oil in their operation. Here are the key differences:

Oil-Lubricated Air Compressors:

1. Lubrication: Oil-lubricated air compressors use oil for lubricating the moving parts, such as pistons, cylinders, and bearings. The oil forms a protective film that reduces friction and wear, enhancing the compressor’s efficiency and lifespan.

2. Performance: Oil-lubricated compressors are known for their smooth and quiet operation. The oil lubrication helps reduce noise levels and vibration, resulting in a more comfortable working environment.

3. Maintenance: These compressors require regular oil changes and maintenance to ensure the proper functioning of the lubrication system. The oil filter may need replacement, and the oil level should be regularly checked and topped up.

4. Applications: Oil-lubricated compressors are commonly used in applications that demand high air quality and continuous operation, such as industrial settings, workshops, and manufacturing facilities.

Oil-Free Air Compressors:

1. Lubrication: Oil-free air compressors do not use oil for lubrication. Instead, they utilize alternative materials, such as specialized coatings, self-lubricating materials, or water-based lubricants, to reduce friction and wear.

2. Performance: Oil-free compressors generally have a higher airflow capacity, making them suitable for applications where a large volume of compressed air is required. However, they may produce slightly more noise and vibration compared to oil-lubricated compressors.

3. Maintenance: Oil-free compressors typically require less maintenance compared to oil-lubricated ones. They do not need regular oil changes or oil filter replacements. However, it is still important to perform routine maintenance tasks such as air filter cleaning or replacement.

4. Applications: Oil-free compressors are commonly used in applications where air quality is crucial, such as medical and dental facilities, laboratories, electronics manufacturing, and painting applications. They are also favored for portable and consumer-grade compressors.

When selecting between oil-lubricated and oil-free air compressors, consider the specific requirements of your application, including air quality, noise levels, maintenance needs, and expected usage. It’s important to follow the manufacturer’s recommendations for maintenance and lubrication to ensure the optimal performance and longevity of the air compressor.

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Scroll  RefrigertionCompressor ZB Series ZB45KQE-TFD-558

Refrigerant: R404/R22

Med Temperature

Large operating envelope

Fast temperature pull down capabilities

Light weight and compactness

Scroll Digital Technology for simple, step-less capacity modulation

Product Parameters

Model NO. The Evaporation Temperature ° C (R22/50HZ)
-12 -10 -5 0 5 10
ZB15KQ 3300 3550 4350 5200 6250 7400
ZB19KQ 3650 3950 4850 5850 7000 8300
ZB21KQ 4650 5050 6200 7450 8850 10500
ZB26KQ 5100 5500 6800 8200 9850 11700
ZB29KQ 6230 6790 8290 9970 11800 14070
ZB38KQ 7300 8000 9950 12200 14650 17300
ZB45KQ 9400 15710 12400 14900 17800 21000
ZB48KQ 10390 11285 13700 16436 19574 23199
ZB58KQ 11800 12950 16100 19600 19574 28000
ZB66KQ 13950 15100 18400 22200 26500 31500
ZB76KQ 16400 17800 21700 28500 30500 35500
ZB88KQ 18800 20400 24900 30000 36000 42000
ZB95KQ 19500 21400 26500 32000 38200 45200
ZB114KQ 23200 25500 31700 38500 41600 54500

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  Q&A:
    1. What is the packaging and shipping method?
By Sea: Export wooden package,with refrigerant oil .
By Air: Full-sealed wooden package, without refrigerant oil.

2. What is your main compressor series (classification)?
– B(itzer compressors
– Scroll compressors: CR,VR, ZB ,ZR, Z(F,ZP SERIES
– Semi-hermetic compressors: DL,D2,D4,D6,D8 SERIES
– Performer compressors: SM, SZ, SH SERIES
– Commercial compressors: FR, SC SERIES
– Maneurop piston compressors:MT, MTZ, NTZ, MPZ SERIES
– Secop compressor, Carrier(Carlyle) compressor
– Hitachi compressor, CHINAMFG compressor
– Tecumseh compressor, LG compressor, CHINAMFG compressor
– Toshiba compressor, CHINAMFG compressor, Embraci Aspera compressor
– Also B)itzer, Carel, Dixell original valves, controls and selected parts
– TE, TDE, TGE, PHT SERIES TERMOSTATIC EXPANSION VALVES
– ETS SERIES EXPANSION VAVLES, 
– EVR SERIES ECPANSION VAVLES AND
– KP1,KP5,KP15 SERIES PRESSURE CONTROLS
– DCL DML LIQUID LINE FILTER DRIERS

3.What is the term of payment?
T/T, Western Union

4.Which port does you ship from?
 HangZhou.

5. How long is the warranty period for this product?
 1 year

After Sales Service

Pre-sales: We provide assistance to our customers, provide valid information according to the requirements of our guests, answer questions, leave a professional impression, and lay the foundation for future sales.

Selling: let our customers know more about our products, and enthusiastically answering questions for customers and providing customers with a pleasant buying experience.

After-sales: After the products are sold, the professionals provide training services, check and maintain the products regularly, if there is problems for the quality,Will solve it for customers in time.

After-sales Service: Online Support
Warranty: 1 Year
Installation Type: Stationary Type
Lubrication Style: Lubricated
Cylinder Position: Vertical
Color: Black
Customization:
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How are air compressors utilized in the aerospace industry?

Air compressors play a crucial role in various applications within the aerospace industry. They are utilized for a wide range of tasks that require compressed air or gas. Here are some key uses of air compressors in the aerospace industry:

1. Aircraft Systems:

Air compressors are used in aircraft systems to provide compressed air for various functions. They supply compressed air for pneumatic systems, such as landing gear operation, braking systems, wing flap control, and flight control surfaces. Compressed air is also utilized for starting aircraft engines and for cabin pressurization and air conditioning systems.

2. Ground Support Equipment:

Air compressors are employed in ground support equipment used in the aerospace industry. They provide compressed air for tasks such as inflating aircraft tires, operating pneumatic tools for maintenance and repair, and powering air-driven systems for fueling, lubrication, and hydraulic operations.

3. Component Testing:

Air compressors are utilized in component testing within the aerospace industry. They supply compressed air for testing and calibrating various aircraft components, such as valves, actuators, pressure sensors, pneumatic switches, and control systems. Compressed air is used to simulate operating conditions and evaluate the performance and reliability of these components.

4. Airborne Systems:

In certain aircraft, air compressors are employed for specific airborne systems. For example, in military aircraft, air compressors are used for air-to-air refueling systems, where compressed air is utilized to transfer fuel between aircraft in mid-air. Compressed air is also employed in aircraft de-icing systems, where it is used to inflate inflatable de-icing boots on the wing surfaces to remove ice accumulation during flight.

5. Environmental Control Systems:

Air compressors play a critical role in the environmental control systems of aircraft. They supply compressed air for air conditioning, ventilation, and pressurization systems, ensuring a comfortable and controlled environment inside the aircraft cabin. Compressed air is used to cool and circulate air, maintain desired cabin pressure, and control humidity levels.

6. Engine Testing:

In the aerospace industry, air compressors are utilized for engine testing purposes. They provide compressed air for engine test cells, where aircraft engines are tested for performance, efficiency, and durability. Compressed air is used to simulate different operating conditions and loads on the engine, allowing engineers to assess its performance and make necessary adjustments or improvements.

7. Oxygen Systems:

In aircraft, air compressors are involved in the production of medical-grade oxygen for onboard oxygen systems. Compressed air is passed through molecular sieve beds or other oxygen concentrator systems to separate oxygen from other components of air. The generated oxygen is then supplied to the onboard oxygen systems, ensuring a sufficient and continuous supply of breathable oxygen for passengers and crew at high altitudes.

It is important to note that air compressors used in the aerospace industry must meet stringent quality and safety standards. They need to be reliable, efficient, and capable of operating under demanding conditions to ensure the safety and performance of aircraft systems.

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How are air compressors used in refrigeration and HVAC systems?

Air compressors play a vital role in refrigeration and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems, providing the necessary compression of refrigerant gases and facilitating the heat transfer process. Here are the key ways in which air compressors are used in refrigeration and HVAC systems:

1. Refrigerant Compression:

In refrigeration systems, air compressors are used to compress the refrigerant gas, raising its pressure and temperature. This compressed gas then moves through the system, where it undergoes phase changes and heat exchange to enable cooling or heating. The compressor is the heart of the refrigeration cycle, as it pressurizes and circulates the refrigerant.

2. Refrigeration Cycle:

The compression of refrigerant gas by the air compressor is an essential step in the refrigeration cycle. After compression, the high-pressure, high-temperature gas flows to the condenser, where it releases heat and condenses into a liquid. The liquid refrigerant then passes through an expansion valve or device, which reduces its pressure and temperature. This low-pressure, low-temperature refrigerant then enters the evaporator, absorbing heat from the surrounding environment and evaporating back into a gas. The cycle continues as the gas returns to the compressor for re-compression.

3. HVAC Cooling and Heating:

In HVAC systems, air compressors are used to facilitate cooling and heating processes. The compressor compresses the refrigerant gas, which allows it to absorb heat from the indoor environment in the cooling mode. The compressed gas releases heat in the outdoor condenser unit and then circulates back to the compressor to repeat the cycle. In the heating mode, the compressor reverses the refrigeration cycle, absorbing heat from the outdoor air or ground source and transferring it indoors.

4. Air Conditioning:

Air compressors are an integral part of air conditioning systems, which are a subset of HVAC systems. Compressed refrigerant gases are used to cool and dehumidify the air in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. The compressor pressurizes the refrigerant, initiating the cooling cycle that removes heat from the indoor air and releases it outside.

5. Compressor Types:

Refrigeration and HVAC systems utilize different types of air compressors. Reciprocating compressors, rotary screw compressors, and scroll compressors are commonly used in these applications. The selection of the compressor type depends on factors such as system size, capacity requirements, efficiency, and application-specific considerations.

6. Energy Efficiency:

Efficient operation of air compressors is crucial for refrigeration and HVAC systems. Energy-efficient compressors help minimize power consumption and reduce operating costs. Additionally, proper compressor sizing and system design contribute to the overall energy efficiency of refrigeration and HVAC systems.

By effectively compressing refrigerant gases and facilitating the heat transfer process, air compressors enable the cooling and heating functions in refrigeration and HVAC systems, ensuring comfortable indoor environments and efficient temperature control.

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What is the impact of tank size on air compressor performance?

The tank size of an air compressor plays a significant role in its performance and functionality. Here are the key impacts of tank size:

1. Air Storage Capacity: The primary function of the air compressor tank is to store compressed air. A larger tank size allows for greater air storage capacity. This means the compressor can build up a reserve of compressed air, which can be useful for applications that require intermittent or fluctuating air demand. Having a larger tank ensures a steady supply of compressed air during peak usage periods.

2. Run Time: The tank size affects the run time of the air compressor. A larger tank can provide longer continuous operation before the compressor motor needs to restart. This is because the compressed air in the tank can be used to meet the demand without the need for the compressor to run continuously. It reduces the frequency of motor cycling, which can improve energy efficiency and prolong the motor’s lifespan.

3. Pressure Stability: A larger tank helps maintain stable pressure during usage. When the compressor is running, it fills the tank until it reaches a specified pressure level, known as the cut-out pressure. As the air is consumed from the tank, the pressure drops to a certain level, known as the cut-in pressure, at which point the compressor restarts to refill the tank. A larger tank size results in a slower pressure drop during usage, ensuring more consistent and stable pressure for the connected tools or equipment.

4. Duty Cycle: The duty cycle refers to the amount of time an air compressor can operate within a given time period. A larger tank size can increase the duty cycle of the compressor. The compressor can run for longer periods before reaching its duty cycle limit, reducing the risk of overheating and improving overall performance.

5. Tool Compatibility: The tank size can also impact the compatibility with certain tools or equipment. Some tools, such as high-demand pneumatic tools or spray guns, require a continuous and adequate supply of compressed air. A larger tank size ensures that the compressor can meet the air demands of such tools without causing pressure drops or affecting performance.

It is important to note that while a larger tank size offers advantages in terms of air storage and performance, it also results in a larger and heavier compressor unit. Consider the intended application, available space, and portability requirements when selecting an air compressor with the appropriate tank size.

Ultimately, the optimal tank size for an air compressor depends on the specific needs of the user and the intended application. Assess the air requirements, duty cycle, and desired performance to determine the most suitable tank size for your air compressor.

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