Air is drawn in via a filter and a proportional valve that is primarily used to regulate the air cylinder rotor and the pressure chamber formed by the vanes. The rotor rotates eccentrically with respect to the cylinder, the valve plate is mounted in the groove of the rotor, and the slide is pushed to the cylinder wall by centrifugal force. The efficient oil filling system can ensure the cooling of the compressor and the minimum loss of lubricant in the cylinder wall. A thin film of oil formed on the film prevents direct contact between the metal parts and causes wear. During the compression process, the volume between the vane and the cylinder of the compressor rotor is continuously reduced, and the compressed oil-gas mixture is mechanically separated and separated by filtration, so that the oil content in the compressed air is less than 2 PPM. The purified compressed air enters the radiator to be cooled, and the condensed water formed after cooling is discharged through the separator of the electronic condensate draining device.
When the element volume gradually increases, it meets the suction port on the left side. The inhalation of gas begins until the element volume reaches a maximum, and the inhalation is terminated when the latter slider (relative to the direction of rotation) that constitutes the volume of the element passes over the upper edge of the inspiratory orifice. Later, the elementary volume begins to shrink and the gas is compressed therein. When the preceding slider constituting the volume of the element reaches the upper edge of the vent opening, the element volume begins to communicate with the vent port, the compression process ends and the venting begins. The exhaust terminates when the latter slider of the elementary volume passes over the lower edge of the vent opening. After that, the element volume reaches a minimum. As the rotor continues to rotate, the elementary volume begins to increase again. Thereby, the compressed gas remaining in the minimum volume expands. When the previous slider of the elementary volume reaches the lower edge of the suction port, the expanding element volume is in communication with the suction port, and the inhalation of gas is resumed. If the number of slides is z, then in each revolution of the rotor, there are z-cell volumes in sequence for the suction-compression-exhaust-expansion process. Classification: The first category: drip oil vane compressor; the second category: fuel injection vane compressor; the third category: oil-free vane compressor.