Intake, Compression, Exhaust

- Apr 13, 2019-

The scroll compressor consists of a fixed involute scroll and an involute vortex disk that is eccentrically rotated to form a compressible volume compressor. The scroll compressor is formed by two moving and stationary scrolls with two double function equation lines.

During the operation of suction, compression and exhaust, the static plate is fixed on the frame, and the moving plate is driven by the eccentric shaft and is restricted by the anti-rotation mechanism, and rotates around the center of the base circle of the static disk with a small radius. The gas is sucked into the periphery of the static disk through the air filter element. As the eccentric shaft rotates, the gas is gradually compressed in a plurality of crescent-shaped compression chambers formed by the dynamic and static disk phasing, and then continuously discharged from the axial hole of the central part of the static disk.

The scroll compressor is formed by two moving and stationary scrolls with two double function equation lines. During the operation of suction, compression and exhaust, the static plate is fixed on the frame, and the moving plate is driven by the eccentric shaft and is restricted by the anti-rotation mechanism, and rotates around the center of the base circle of the static disk with a small radius. The gas is sucked into the periphery of the static disk through the air filter element. As the eccentric shaft rotates, the gas is gradually compressed in a plurality of crescent-shaped compression chambers formed by the dynamic and static disk phasing, and then continuously discharged from the axial hole of the central part of the static disk.