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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 is the role of air compressors in power generation?

Air compressors play a significant role in power generation, supporting various operations and equipment within the industry. Here are some key roles of air compressors in power generation:

1. Combustion Air Supply:

Air compressors are used to supply compressed air for the combustion process in power generation. In fossil fuel power plants, such as coal-fired or natural gas power plants, compressed air is required to deliver a steady flow of air to the burners. The compressed air helps in the efficient combustion of fuel, enhancing the overall performance and energy output of the power plant.

2. Instrumentation and Control:

Air compressors are utilized for instrumentation and control systems in power generation facilities. Compressed air is used to operate pneumatic control valves, actuators, and other pneumatic devices that regulate the flow of steam, water, and gases within the power plant. The reliable and precise control provided by compressed air ensures efficient and safe operation of various processes and equipment.

3. Cooling and Ventilation:

In power generation, air compressors are involved in cooling and ventilation applications. Compressed air is used to drive air-operated cooling fans and blowers, providing adequate airflow for cooling critical components such as generators, transformers, and power electronics. The compressed air also assists in maintaining proper ventilation in control rooms, substations, and other enclosed spaces, helping to dissipate heat and ensure a comfortable working environment.

4. Cleaning and Maintenance:

Air compressors are employed for cleaning and maintenance tasks in power generation facilities. Compressed air is utilized to blow away dust, dirt, and debris from equipment, machinery, and electrical panels. It helps in maintaining the cleanliness and optimal performance of various components, reducing the risk of equipment failure and improving overall reliability.

5. Pneumatic Tools and Equipment:

In power generation plants, air compressors provide the necessary compressed air for operating pneumatic tools and equipment. These tools include impact wrenches, pneumatic drills, grinders, and sandblasting equipment, which are utilized for installation, maintenance, and repair tasks. The high-pressure air generated by compressors enables efficient and reliable operation of these tools, enhancing productivity and reducing manual effort.

6. Nitrogen Generation:

Sometimes, air compressors are used in power generation for nitrogen generation. Compressed air is passed through a nitrogen generator system, which separates nitrogen from other components of air, producing a high-purity nitrogen gas stream. Nitrogen is commonly used in power plant applications, such as purging systems, blanketing in transformers, and generator cooling, due to its inert properties and low moisture content.

7. Start-up and Emergency Systems:

Air compressors are an integral part of start-up and emergency systems in power generation. Compressed air is utilized to power pneumatic starters for gas turbines, providing the initial rotation needed to start the turbine. In emergency situations, compressed air is also used to actuate emergency shutdown valves, safety systems, and fire suppression equipment, ensuring the safe operation and protection of the power plant.

Overall, air compressors contribute to the efficient and reliable operation of power generation facilities, supporting combustion processes, control systems, cooling, cleaning, and various other applications critical to the power generation industry.

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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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1. ZEGA air compressors  is relatively affordable and suitable for mid to low end users.
2. Excellent performance in energy conservation, with extremely high stability and reliability.
3. Maintenance is relatively simple, and the maintenance guarantee system is complete, with high quality after-sales service.

 

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ZEGA screw air compressors have the advantages of high efficiency, stability, and durability, and are widely used in factories, car repair shops, construction sites, and other fields

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Model Rated FAD Rated Pressure Engine Air End Weight Dimensions
S60T 18 m3/min 18 bar Yuchai
/162kW
Two
Stage
Compre
-ssion
3050KG 3220x1670x1950mm
S85T 24 m3/min 22 bar Yuchai
/ 228 kW
3450KG 3560×1830×2100 mm
S95T 29 m3/min 24 bar Yuchai
/295kW
4300KG 3950×2000×2550 mm
S100T 31 m3/min 25 bar Xichai
/ 309 kW
4550KG 3950×2000×2550 mm
S125D 36 m3/min 30 bar Cummins
/410kW
5500KG 4220×2000×2300 mm

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1. Are you a trading company or a manufacturer?
We are a professional manufacturer. Our factory mainly produces water well drilling rigs, core drilling rigs, down-the-hole drilling rigs, pile drivers, etc. The products have been exported to hundreds of countries around the world and enjoy a high reputation all over the world.

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3.How long is your delivery cycle?
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2) Under standard production, we can deliver the machine within 15-20 days.
3) In the case of customization, we can deliver the machine within 25-30 days.

4. What’s your terms of payment?
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.

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Warranty: 1 Year
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What is the role of air compressors in power generation?

Air compressors play a significant role in power generation, supporting various operations and equipment within the industry. Here are some key roles of air compressors in power generation:

1. Combustion Air Supply:

Air compressors are used to supply compressed air for the combustion process in power generation. In fossil fuel power plants, such as coal-fired or natural gas power plants, compressed air is required to deliver a steady flow of air to the burners. The compressed air helps in the efficient combustion of fuel, enhancing the overall performance and energy output of the power plant.

2. Instrumentation and Control:

Air compressors are utilized for instrumentation and control systems in power generation facilities. Compressed air is used to operate pneumatic control valves, actuators, and other pneumatic devices that regulate the flow of steam, water, and gases within the power plant. The reliable and precise control provided by compressed air ensures efficient and safe operation of various processes and equipment.

3. Cooling and Ventilation:

In power generation, air compressors are involved in cooling and ventilation applications. Compressed air is used to drive air-operated cooling fans and blowers, providing adequate airflow for cooling critical components such as generators, transformers, and power electronics. The compressed air also assists in maintaining proper ventilation in control rooms, substations, and other enclosed spaces, helping to dissipate heat and ensure a comfortable working environment.

4. Cleaning and Maintenance:

Air compressors are employed for cleaning and maintenance tasks in power generation facilities. Compressed air is utilized to blow away dust, dirt, and debris from equipment, machinery, and electrical panels. It helps in maintaining the cleanliness and optimal performance of various components, reducing the risk of equipment failure and improving overall reliability.

5. Pneumatic Tools and Equipment:

In power generation plants, air compressors provide the necessary compressed air for operating pneumatic tools and equipment. These tools include impact wrenches, pneumatic drills, grinders, and sandblasting equipment, which are utilized for installation, maintenance, and repair tasks. The high-pressure air generated by compressors enables efficient and reliable operation of these tools, enhancing productivity and reducing manual effort.

6. Nitrogen Generation:

Sometimes, air compressors are used in power generation for nitrogen generation. Compressed air is passed through a nitrogen generator system, which separates nitrogen from other components of air, producing a high-purity nitrogen gas stream. Nitrogen is commonly used in power plant applications, such as purging systems, blanketing in transformers, and generator cooling, due to its inert properties and low moisture content.

7. Start-up and Emergency Systems:

Air compressors are an integral part of start-up and emergency systems in power generation. Compressed air is utilized to power pneumatic starters for gas turbines, providing the initial rotation needed to start the turbine. In emergency situations, compressed air is also used to actuate emergency shutdown valves, safety systems, and fire suppression equipment, ensuring the safe operation and protection of the power plant.

Overall, air compressors contribute to the efficient and reliable operation of power generation facilities, supporting combustion processes, control systems, cooling, cleaning, and various other applications critical to the power generation industry.

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What is the impact of altitude on air compressor performance?

The altitude at which an air compressor operates can have a significant impact on its performance. Here are the key factors affected by altitude:

1. Decreased Air Density:

As altitude increases, the air density decreases. This means there is less oxygen available per unit volume of air. Since air compressors rely on the intake of atmospheric air for compression, the reduced air density at higher altitudes can lead to a decrease in compressor performance.

2. Reduced Airflow:

The decrease in air density at higher altitudes results in reduced airflow. This can affect the cooling capacity of the compressor, as lower airflow hampers the dissipation of heat generated during compression. Inadequate cooling can lead to increased operating temperatures and potential overheating of the compressor.

3. Decreased Power Output:

Lower air density at higher altitudes also affects the power output of the compressor. The reduced oxygen content in the air can result in incomplete combustion, leading to decreased power generation. As a result, the compressor may deliver lower airflow and pressure than its rated capacity.

4. Extended Compression Cycle:

At higher altitudes, the air compressor needs to work harder to compress the thinner air. This can lead to an extended compression cycle, as the compressor may require more time to reach the desired pressure levels. The longer compression cycle can affect the overall efficiency and productivity of the compressor.

5. Pressure Adjustments:

When operating an air compressor at higher altitudes, it may be necessary to adjust the pressure settings. As the ambient air pressure decreases with altitude, the compressor’s pressure gauge may need to be recalibrated to maintain the desired pressure output. Failing to make these adjustments can result in underinflated tires, improper tool performance, or other issues.

6. Compressor Design:

Some air compressors are specifically designed to handle higher altitudes. These models may incorporate features such as larger intake filters, more robust cooling systems, and adjusted compression ratios to compensate for the reduced air density and maintain optimal performance.

7. Maintenance Considerations:

Operating an air compressor at higher altitudes may require additional maintenance and monitoring. It is important to regularly check and clean the intake filters to ensure proper airflow. Monitoring the compressor’s operating temperature and making any necessary adjustments or repairs is also crucial to prevent overheating and maintain efficient performance.

When using an air compressor at higher altitudes, it is advisable to consult the manufacturer’s guidelines and recommendations specific to altitude operations. Following these guidelines and considering the impact of altitude on air compressor performance will help ensure safe and efficient operation.

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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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