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  REFRIGERATION CAPACITY AT 50 Hz Rated @54.5 P/130 F Cond.Temp(Watts)                                                                        50Hz cooling capacity, tested at 54.5°C/130°F condensing temperature                                            Evaporating Temperature  VOLTAGE 
Compressor Models Refrigerant
  Displacement (cm3)
  Oil charge(cm3)
  (D Expansion Device  
Cooling 
-10°C          +14°F -5°C        +23 °F 0°C           + 32°F +7.2°C +45 °F +10°C    +50 °F +15°C    +59 °F
AJ 5510F 22 18.6 887 C F 920 1300 1730 2443 2760 3399 208-220V/1/50Hz
AJ 5512E 22 21.8 887 C F 1250 1670 2130 2904 3250 3898 208-220V /1 / 50Hz
AJ 5513E 22 24.2 887 C F 1460 1910 2385 3203 3580 4263 208-220V /1/ 50Hz
AJ 5515E 22 26 887 C F 1680 2170 2720 3632 4571 4770 208-220V /1/ 50Hz
TAJ 5515E 22 26 887 C,V F 1680 2170 2720 3632 4571 4770 400V/3/ 50Hz
AJ 5518E 22 32.7 887 C F 2210 2760 3435 4572 5050 6007 208-220V /1/ 50Hz
AJ 5519E 22 34.5 887 C F 2320 2880 3590 4785 5300 6327 208-220V /1/ 50Hz
TAJ 5519E 22 34.5 887 C,V F 2320 2880 3590 4785 5300 6327 400V/3/ 50Hz
                         
FH 5522F 22 40.8 1330 C F 2298 3059 3955 5483 6153   208-220V /1/ 50Hz
TFH5522F 22 40.8 1330 C,V F 2298 3059 3955 5483 6153   400V/3/ 50Hz
FH 5524F 22 43.9 1330 C F 2484 3309 4279 5929 6652   208-220V /1/ 50Hz
TFH 5524F 22 43.9 1330 C,V F 2484 3309 4279 5929 6652   400V/3/ 50Hz
FH 5528F 22 49.0 1330 C F 2914 3852 4950 6811 7625   208-220V /1/ 50Hz
TFH5528F 22 49.0 1330 C,V F 2914 3852 4950 3811 7625   400V/3/ 50Hz
FH 5532F 22 53.1 1625 C F 3303 4327 5540 7619 8534   208-220V /1/ 50Hz
TFH 5532F 22 53.1 1625 C,V F 3303 4327 5540 7619 8534   400V/3/ 50Hz
FH 5538F 22 67.5 1625 C F 4146 5384 6848 9353 1571   208-220V /1/ 50Hz
TFH5538F 22 57.5 1625 C,V F 4146 5384 6848 9353 1571   400V/3/ 50Hz
FH 5542F 22 74.2 1625 C F 4343 5645 7215 9951 11166   208-220V /1/ 50Hz
TFH5542F 22 74.2 1625 C,V F 4343 5645 7215 9951 11166   400V/3/ 50Hz
                         
TAG5546E 22 90.2 1960 C,V F 4368 5934 7839 11253 12815 15961 400V/3/ 50Hz
TAG 5553E 22 101 1960 C,V F 5306 7571 9105 12922 14713 18406 400V/3/ 50Hz
TAG 5561E 22 113 1960 C,V F 6133 8164 1571 14870 16802 20658 400V/3/ 50Hz
TAG5568E 22 124 1960 C,V F 6967 9180 11862 16676 18887 23359 400V/3/ 50Hz
TAG5573E 22 135 1960 C,V F 7501 9804 12632 17816 25718 25204 400V/3/ 50Hz

   

COMPRESSOR MODEL R134A REFRIGERATION CAPACITY AT 50 Hz Rated @54.5 P/130 F Cond.Temp(Watts)                                                                        50Hz cooling capacity, tested at 54.5°C/130°F condensing temperature                                            Evaporating Temperature  VOLTAGE
Nominal Power(H.P)  
Refrigerant  
Displacement (cm3)  
Oil charge(cm3)  
Expansion device Cooling
-25°C          -13°F -15°C       -5°F -10°C         +14°F -5°C        +23°F -0°C    +32°F +7.2°C      -+4°F +15°C    +59°F
AEZ 3425Y 1/5 134a 7.55 450 C F 116 185 260 350 455 635 866 208-220V/ 1/50Hz
AEZ4425Y 1/5 134a 7.55 450 C, V F 116 185 260 350 455 635 866 220-240V/ 1/50Hz
AEZ 3430Y 1/4 134a 8.85 450 C F 195 245 328 432 558 777 1065 220-240V/1/50Hz
AEZ4430Y 1/4 1 34a 8.85 450 C, V F 195 245 328 432 558 777 1065 208-220V/ 1/50Hz
AE 3440Y 1/3 134a 12.05 450 C F 236 310 421 561 731 1026 1413 220-240V/ 1/50Hz
CAE 3440Y 1/3 134a 12.5 450 C, V F 236 310 421 561 731 1026 1413 208-220V/1/50Hz
CAE 4448Y 1/3 1 34a 14.15 450 C, V F 344 403 530 693 892 1242 1705 208-220V/ 1/50Hz
CAE 4456Y 7/16 134a 16 450 C, V F 381 458 604 787 1009 1396 1904 208-220V/ 1/50Hz
CAJ 4452Y 3/7 134a 15.2 887 C, V F 226 370 528 724 957 1358 1879 208-220V/1/50Hz
CAJ 4461Y       TAJ 4461 Y 1/2 134a 18.3 887 C, V F 370 475 642 856 1115 1569 2168 220-240V/1/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
CAJ 4476Y 5/8 134a 21.75 887 C, V F 352 538 756 1030 1358 1926 2668 220-240V/ 1/50Hz
CAJ 4492Y       TAJ 4492Y 3/4 134a 25.95 887 C, V F 255 584 871 1215 1617 2295 3164 220-240V/ 1/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
CAJ 4511Y       TAJ 4511 Y 1 1 34a 32.7 887 C, V F 569 878 1227 1654 2160 3026 4148 220-240V/ 1 /50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
CAH 4518Y      TFG 4518Y 1-1/2 134a 53.2 1330 C, V F 208 1036 1650 2371 3200 4583 6333 220-240V/ 1/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
CAH 4525Y       TFG 4525Y 2 134a 74.25 1330 C, V F 1155 1667 2343 3201 4239 6053 8442 220-240V/1/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
TAG 4528Y 2-1/2 134a 90.2 1960 C, V F 637 1368 2166 3208 4492 6766 9799 400V/3/50Hz
TAG 4534Y 3 134a 100.7 1960 C, V F 1177 1946 2871 4061 5514 8071 11460 400V/3/50Hz
TAG 4537Y 3-1/4 134a 112.5 1960 C, V F 1490 2281 3308 4634 6258 9123 12926 400V/3/50Hz
TAG 4543Y 3-1/2 134a 124.4 1960 C, V F 1836 2400 3442 4848 6620 9812 14124 400V/3/50Hz
TAGD 4556Y 5 134a 180.4 3920 C, V F 1274 2735 4333 6415 6983 13533 19597 400V/3/50Hz
TAGD 4574Y 6-1/2 134a 225 3920 C, V F 2980 4562 6616 9267 12517 18246 25852 400V/3/50Hz

COMPRESSOR MODEL   REFRIGERATION CAPACITY AT 50 Hz Rated @54.5 P/130 F Cond.Temp(Watts)                                                                        50Hz cooling capacity, tested at 54.5°C/130°F condensing temperature                                            Evaporating Temperature  VOLTAGE
Nominal Power(H.P)  
Refrigerant  
Displacement (cm3)  
Oil charge(cm3)  
Expansion device Cooling
-10°C          -13°F -15°C       +5°F -10°C         +14°F -0°C        +32°F +7.2°C    +45°F +15°C      +59°F
AE 3440A 1/3 12 12.05 450 C,V F 287 373 488 765 1571 1372 208-220V/1/50HZ
CAE 4440A 1/3 12 12.05 450 C,V F 287 373 488 765 1571 1372 208V/1/50Hz
CAE4448A 3/7 12 14.00 450 C,V F 337 443 567 894 1198 1590 208V/1/50HZ
CAE4456A 7/16 12 16.00 450 C,V F 363 496 638 1005 1339 1766 208V/1/50HZ
CAJ4452A 3/7 12 15.20 887 C,V F 175 435 595 970 1283 1650 208-220V/1/50Hz
CAJ4461A TAJ 4461A 1/2 12 18.20 887 C,V F 240 540 725 1165 1508 1905 208-220V/1/50Hz 400V/3/50HZ
CAJ4492A TAJ4492A 3/4 12 25.95 887 C,V F 385 810 1080 1740 2295 3000 208-220V/1/50HZ 400V/3/50HZ
CAJ4511A TAJ 4511A 1 12 32.70 887 C,V F 595 1140 1495 2320 3032 4000 208-220V/1/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
CAH4518A TAH4518A 1-1/2 12 53.20 1330 C,V F 1055 1520 1990 3300 4527 6090 208-220V/1/50HZ 400V/3/50HZ
CAH4525A 2 12 74.25 1320 C,V F 1607 2120 2760 4540 6216 8420 400V/3/50HZ
R22 Rerigerant
AE Z4425E 1/5 22 4.50 450 C,V F 138 192 256 413 553 728 220-240V/1/50HZ
AEZ4430E 1/4 22 5.70 450 C,V F 192 255 336 538 718 945 208-220V/1/50HZ
AEZ4440E 1/3 22 7.55 450 C F 308 362 464 733 980 1298 208-220V/1/50Hz
AE Z4440E 1/3 22 7.55 450 C,V F 308 362 464 733 980 1298 208-220V/1/50HZ
AEZ9440E 1/3 22 7.55 450 C,V F 222 362 464 733 975 1302 220-240V/1/50HZ
AE3450E 3/7 22 9.40 450 C F 355 426 554 896 1212 1623 220-240V/1/50HZ
CAE4450E 3/7 22 9.40 450 C,V F 355 426 554 896 1212 1623 208-220V/1/50HZ
CAE9450T 3/7 22 9.40 450 C,V F 256 426 554 896 1212 1623 208-220V/1/50HZ
CAE9460T 1/2 22 11.30 450 C,V F 324 553 715 1134 1514 2000 208-220V/1/50HZ
CAJ 9480T TAJ9480T 5/8 22 15.20 887 C,V F 461 786 1011 1586 2103 2761 208-220V/1/50HZ 400V/3/50HZ
CAJ9510T TAJ9510T 1 22 18.30 887 C,V F 545 956 1229 1909 2510 3266 208-220V/1/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
CAJ9513T TAJ9513T 1-1/8 22 24.20 887 C,V F 526 1074 1451 2411 3272 4366 208-220V/1/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
CAJ9513T 1-1/4 22 25.95 887 C,V F 771 1233 1673 2727 3629 4743 208-220V/1/50HZ
TAJ4517T 1-1/4 22 25.95 887 C,V F 771 1230 1680 2720 3621 4740 400V/3/50HZ
CAJ4519T 1-3/4 22 34.45 887 C,V F 1382 1780 2304 3601 4738 6162 208-220V/1/50Hz
TAJ4519T 1-3/4 22 34.45 887 C,V F 1385 1780 2304 3601 4738 6162 400V/3/50HZ
FH4522F TFH4522F 2 22 39.95 1480 C,V F 1068 1598 2202 3774 5206 7042 208-220V/1/50HZ 400V/3/50HZ
FH4524F TFH4524F 2 22 43.50 1480 C,V F 1463 1841 2456 4131 5706 7759 208-220V/1/50HZ 400V/3/50HZ
FH4531F TFH4531F 2-3/4 22 56.65 1480 C,V F 1780 2620 3504 5659 7528 9854 208-220V/1/50HZ 400V/3/50HZ
TFH4538F 3 22 67.50 1625 C,V F   3100 4169 7041 96959 13400 400V/3/50Hz
TFH4540F 3-1/2 22 74.25 1480 C,V F 1299 3000 4301 7330 9863 12938 400V/3/50HZ
TAG4536T 4 22 90.20 1960 C,V F 1328 3103 4368 7839 11253 15961 400V/3/50Hz
TAG4553T 4-1/2 22 100.70 1960 C,V F 1528 3875 5306 9105 12927 18406 400V/3/50Hz
TAG4568T 5 22 112.50 1960 C,V F 2059 4465 6133 1571 14870 20658 400V/3/50HZ
TAG4568T 6 22 124.40 1960 C,V F 2493 5157 6967 11862 16676 23359 400V/3/50HZ
TAG4576T 6 22 134.80 1960 C,V F 2803 5629 7501 12632 17816 25204 400V/3/50HZ
TAGD4590T 7-1/2 22 180.40 3920 C,V F 2656 6206 8735 15678 22506 31922 400V/3/50Hz
TAGD4610T 9 22 201.40 3920 C,V F 3055 7750 10613 18211 25844 36811 400V/3/50HZ
TAGD4612T 10 22 225.00 3920 C,V F 4117 8929 12267 21186 29739 41315 400V/3/50HZ
TAGD4614T 12 22 248.80 3920 C,V F 4987 1571 13933 23724 33352 46718 400V/3/50HZ

MEDIUM/HIGH BACK PRESSURE COMPRESSORS -R404A
  Nominal Power(H.P.) REFRIGERATION CAPACITY AT 50 Hz Rated @54.5 P/130 F Cond.Temp(Watts)                                                                        50Hz cooling capacity, tested at 54.5°C/130°F condensing temperature                                            Evaporating Temperature  VOLTAGE 
  Refrigerant
  Displacement (cm3)
  Oil charge(cm3)
  (D Expansion Device  
Cooling 
-25°C          -13°F -15°C       +5 °F -10°C         + 14°F 0°C        +32 °F +7.2°C    +45 °F + 15°C    +59 °F
R404A New Refrigerant
AEZ 4425Z 1/5 R404A 4.50 450 C,V F 142 198 263 432 587 787 208-220V/l/50Hz
AEZ 3430Z 1/4 R404A 5.70 450 C F 192 258 346 550 741 1571 220-240V/1/50HZ
AEZ 4430Z 1/4 R404A 5.70 450 C,V F 192 258 346 550 741 1571 208-220V/l/50Hz
AEZ 3440Z 1/3 R404A 7.55 450 C F 287 357 462 743 1004 1342 208-220V/l/50Hz
AEZ 4440Z 1/3 R404A 7.55 450 C,V F 287 357 462 743 1004 1342 208-220V/l/50Hz
AEZ 9440Z 1/3 R404A 7.55 450 C,V F/RH 214 357 462 743 1004 1342 220-240V/l/50Hz
AE 3450Z 3/7 R404A 9.40 450 C F 345 434 567 927 1270 1729 220-240V/l/50Hz
CAE 4450Z 3/7 R404A 9.40 450 C,V F 355 434 567 927 1270 1729 208-220V/l/50Hz
CAE 9450Z 3/7 R404A 9.40 450 C,V F 250 434 567 927 1270 1729 208-220V/l/50Hz
CAE 9460Z 1/2 R404A 11.30 450 C,V F 297 546 711 1141 1545 2086 208-220V/l/50Hz
CAE 9470Z 9/16 R404A 13.30 450 C,V F 383 669 869 1392 1878 2514 208-220V/l/50Hz
CAJ 9480Z TAJ9480Z 5/8 R404A 15.20 887 C,V F 393 747 1009 1607 2172 2943 208-220V/l/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
CAJ 9510Z TAJ9510Z 1 R404A 18.30 887 C,V F 527 970 1252 1972 2650 3563 208-220V/l/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
CAJ9513Z TAJ9513Z 1-1/8 R404A 24.20 887 C,V F 497 1114 1501 2485 3406 4646 208-220V/l/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
CAJ 4517Z TAJ4517Z 1-1/4 R404A 25.95 887 C,V F 1072 1364 1776 2857 3860 5173 208-220V/l/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
CAJ 4519Z TAJ4519Z 1-3/4 R404A 34.45 887 C,V F 1260 1769 2353 3756 5030 6735 208-220V/l/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
FH 4522Z TFH4522Z 2 R404A 39.95 1480 C,V F 966 1541 2240 3947 5475 7459 208-220V/l/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
FH 4524Z TFH4524Z 2 R404A 43.50 1480 C,V F 1379 1835 2570 4361 5977 8101 208-220V/l/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
FH 4531Z TFH4531Z 2-3/4 R404A 56.65 1480 C,V F 1623 2382 3300 5706 7782 15712 208-220V/l/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
FH 4540Z TFH 4540Z 3-1/2 R404A 74.25 1480 C,V F 3078 3388 4425 7276 9814 13056 208-220V/l/50Hz 400V/3/50Hz
TAG 4546Z 4 R404A 90.20 1960 C,V F 1438 2806 4292 7956 11297 15719 400V/ 3 /50Hz
TAG4553Z 4-1/2 R404A 100.70 1960 C,V F 2774 3461 4922 8958 12805 17880 400V/ 3 /50Hz
TAG 4561Z 5 R404A 112.50 1960 C,V F 3965 4363 5895 1571 14772 25717 400V/ 3 /50Hz
TAG 4568Z 6 R404A 124.40 1960 C,V F 5146 5322 7077 11973 16636 22760 400V/ 3 /50Hz
TAG 4573Z 6 R404A 134.80 1960 C,V F 5453 5788 7710 13123 18228 24806 400V/ 3 /50Hz
TAGD4590Z 7-1/2 R404A 180.40 3920 C,V F 2876 5612 8584 15912 22594 31438 400V/ 3 /50Hz
TAGD4610Z 9 R404A 201.40 3920 C,V F 5548 6922 9844 17916 25610 35760 400V/ 3 /50Hz
TAGD4512Z 10 R404A 225.00 3920 C,V F 7930 8726 11790 20904 29544 4571 400V/ 3 /50Hz
TAGD4514Z 12 R404A 248.80 3920 C,V F 15712 10644 14154 23946 33272 45520 400V/ 3 /50Hz

Archean refrigeration has been focusing on the refrigeration industry for more than 10 years. The compressors are sold all over the world and have been well received. The company has accumulated strong experience in the compressor market, rich technical support, and a satisfactory one-stop procurement solution. You can rest assured You don’t need to worry about this series, from placing an order to receiving the goods. We provide a complete solution to serve customers well, which is our purpose of hospitality.

 

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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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Can air compressors be integrated into automated systems?

Yes, air compressors can be integrated into automated systems, providing a reliable and versatile source of compressed air for various applications. Here’s a detailed explanation of how air compressors can be integrated into automated systems:

Pneumatic Automation:

Air compressors are commonly used in pneumatic automation systems, where compressed air is utilized to power and control automated machinery and equipment. Pneumatic systems rely on the controlled release of compressed air to generate linear or rotational motion, actuating valves, cylinders, and other pneumatic components. By integrating an air compressor into the system, a continuous supply of compressed air is available to power the automation process.

Control and Regulation:

In automated systems, air compressors are often connected to a control and regulation system to manage the compressed air supply. This system includes components such as pressure regulators, valves, and sensors to monitor and adjust the air pressure, flow, and distribution. The control system ensures that the air compressor operates within the desired parameters and provides the appropriate amount of compressed air to different parts of the automated system as needed.

Sequential Operations:

Integration of air compressors into automated systems enables sequential operations to be carried out efficiently. Compressed air can be used to control the timing and sequencing of different pneumatic components, ensuring that the automated system performs tasks in the desired order and with precise timing. This is particularly useful in manufacturing and assembly processes where precise coordination of pneumatic actuators is required.

Energy Efficiency:

Air compressors can contribute to energy-efficient automation systems. By incorporating energy-saving features such as Variable Speed Drive (VSD) technology, air compressors can adjust their power output according to the demand, reducing energy consumption during periods of low activity. Additionally, efficient control and regulation systems help optimize the use of compressed air, minimizing waste and improving overall energy efficiency.

Monitoring and Diagnostics:

Integration of air compressors into automated systems often includes monitoring and diagnostic capabilities. Sensors and monitoring devices can be installed to collect data on parameters such as air pressure, temperature, and system performance. This information can be used for real-time monitoring, preventive maintenance, and troubleshooting, ensuring the reliable operation of the automated system.

When integrating air compressors into automated systems, it is crucial to consider factors such as the specific requirements of the automation process, the desired air pressure and volume, and the compatibility of the compressor with the control and regulation system. Consulting with experts in automation and compressed air systems can help in designing an efficient and reliable integration.

In summary, air compressors can be seamlessly integrated into automated systems, providing the necessary compressed air to power and control pneumatic components, enabling sequential operations, and contributing to energy-efficient automation processes.

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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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A variety of brands on sale
A total of 19 brands are on sale  
Different types of compressors

Scroll refrigeration compressors are currently mainly in a fully enclosed structure, and are mainly used in air conditioners (heat pumps), heat pump hot water, refrigeration and other fields. The supporting downstream products include: household air conditioners, multi-split units, modular units, small water-to-ground source heat pumps, etc.

The advantages of our scroll compressors are

advantage:

1. There is no reciprocating mechanism, so the structure is simple, small in size, light in weight, less in parts (especially less in wearing parts), and high in reliability;

2. Small torque change, high balance, small vibration, stable operation, and small vibration of the whole machine;

3. It has high efficiency and frequency conversion speed regulation technology within the range of cooling capacity it adapts to;

4. The scroll compressor has no clearance volume and can maintain high volumetric efficiency operation

5. Low noise, good stability, high safety, relatively not easy to liquid shock.

Currently we sell various brands and types of compressors

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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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Can you explain the basics of air compressor terminology?

Understanding the basic terminology related to air compressors can help in better comprehension of their operation and discussions related to them. Here are some essential terms related to air compressors:

1. CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute): CFM is a unit of measurement that denotes the volumetric flow rate of compressed air. It indicates the amount of air a compressor can deliver within a minute and is a crucial factor in determining the compressor’s capacity.

2. PSI (Pounds per Square Inch): PSI is a unit of measurement used to quantify pressure. It represents the force exerted by the compressed air on a specific area. PSI is a vital specification for understanding the pressure capabilities of an air compressor and determining its suitability for various applications.

3. Duty Cycle: Duty cycle refers to the percentage of time an air compressor can operate in a given time period. It indicates the compressor’s ability to handle continuous operation without overheating or experiencing performance issues. For instance, a compressor with a 50% duty cycle can run for half the time in a given hour or cycle.

4. Horsepower (HP): Horsepower is a unit used to measure the power output of a compressor motor. It indicates the motor’s capacity to drive the compressor pump and is often used as a reference for comparing different compressor models.

5. Receiver Tank: The receiver tank, also known as an air tank, is a storage vessel that holds the compressed air delivered by the compressor. It helps in stabilizing pressure fluctuations, allowing for a more consistent supply of compressed air during peak demand periods.

6. Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage: These terms refer to the number of compression stages in a reciprocating air compressor. In a single-stage compressor, air is compressed in a single stroke of the piston, while in a two-stage compressor, it undergoes initial compression in one stage and further compression in a second stage, resulting in higher pressures.

7. Oil-Free vs. Oil-Lubricated: These terms describe the lubrication method used in air compressors. Oil-free compressors have internal components that do not require oil lubrication, making them suitable for applications where oil contamination is a concern. Oil-lubricated compressors use oil for lubrication, enhancing durability and performance but requiring regular oil changes and maintenance.

8. Pressure Switch: A pressure switch is an electrical component that automatically starts and stops the compressor motor based on the pre-set pressure levels. It helps maintain the desired pressure range in the receiver tank and protects the compressor from over-pressurization.

9. Regulator: A 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 and ensures a consistent and safe supply of compressed air.

These are some of the fundamental terms associated with air compressors. Familiarizing yourself with these terms will aid in understanding and effectively communicating about air compressors and their functionality.

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