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What are screw compressors? Basicly a screw compressor has a male and female rotors are turning in opposite directions they draw air in between them. As they rotate the space between the rotors decreases, creating compressed air. They are the most widely used air compressor models in the industrial marketplace and screw compressor is designed to run 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, for many years!
Screw Compressor Advantages
Rotary screw Air Compressors or screw compressors uses a rotary type positive displacement mechanism. Screw Air Compressors replace piston compressors where large volumes of high pressure air are needed, a screw compressor is better for large industrial applications or to operate high power air tools such as jackhammers and a screw compressor has a much longer life than piston types.
How does a screw compressor work?
A screw compressor has two interlocking helical rotors contained in a housing. Air comes in through the screw compressor valve, “the screw compressor inlet valve” and is taken into the space between the rotors. As the screw air compressors screws turn, they reduce the volume of the air, thus increasing the pressure.
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