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Rotary screw air compressors are a type of air compressor that compress the air in a space formed between two rotating screws rotating in opposite directions. It operates by pulling air into the compressor through an inlet, where the screws rotate and compress the air between them. As the screws continue to rotate, the compressed air moves along the screws’ grooves and gets pushed towards the outlet. This process creates a continuous flow of compressed air. They are compact, reliable and energy efficient.
Unlike piston compressors, in rotary screw air compressors, there are no valves or other mechanical forces that can cause unbalance. This allows a rotary screw air compressor to operate at high speeds while combining a large flow rate with small exterior dimensions. The ideal applications of rotary air compressors are continuous, workplace and industrial applications. There are two primary versions, oil-free and oil-injected, with options of fixed speed or variable speed drive operation.
When you require a constant demand for air, rotary screw compressors provide the perfect solution.
The advantages of a rotary screw air compressor include:
Overall, these advantages make rotary screw air compressors well-suited for continuous, workplace, and industrial applications.