The high-pressure air compressor is a machine that compresses air in a free state to compressed air with a gauge pressure of 10 MPa or more. After passing through a separator and a filter in the unit, the water contained in the high-pressure air is removed. The oil and impurities make the discharged gas clean and tasteless. The gas quality meets the GB18435-2001 "Diving Breathing Gas" standard, and it is a reliable, safe and reliable breathing air and high pressure gas supply system.
The main engine of the compressor is a three-stage compression and V-type structure, which consists of basic parts such as crankcase, crankshaft, connecting rod, piston, cylinder and gas valve. The crankcase is cast by aluminum alloy; the crankshaft is single-turn structure; the connecting rod is integral; the piston structure is stepped, of which the first and second stages are integral, the first and third stages are combined; the first and second stage pistons are loaded. There is a piston ring, the piston is not installed on the third-stage piston, and the labyrinth groove is used between the cylinder and the cylinder; the first- and second-stage cylinders and the first- and third-stage cylinders are all integrated, casted with high-quality cast iron, and externally molded with heat sink and gas. Valve system annular valve structure.
The piston compressor is one of the earliest compressor designs, but it is still the most versatile and highly efficient compressor. The piston compressor moves the piston forward in the cylinder through the connecting rod and the crankshaft. If only one side of the piston is used for compression, it is called single-action. If both the upper and lower sides of the piston are used, it is called double action.
Piston compressors are used in a wide variety of applications. It can compress air or compress gas with almost no changes. Piston compressors are the only design that compresses air and gas to high pressure for applications such as breathing air compressors. Piston compressor configurations can range from single-cylinder configurations for low-pressure/small-capacity applications to multi-stage configurations that can be compressed to very high pressures. In a multi-stage compressor, the air is staged and compressed, increasing the pressure step by step.