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Single screw compressor has a stability of pressure, the vibration is tiny. Water to exchange oil, to attain lubrication, cooling, sealing sound, to offer qualified oil-totally free air, discharge of drinking water with out unique treatment method, in line with environmental protection requirements.
It is thoroughly utilised in conjunction with an oxygen generator and has a solitary screw with a established pace and a potential ranging from 1 to 43 m3/min.
The symmetry of the construction and the possible of a return hole are established so that the radial and axial pressure of the single screw compressor can be fully well balanced, resulting in a layout lifestyle of up to three hundred,000 hrs.
 

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Model Maximum Working Pressure Capacity(FAD)* Installed Motor Power Cooling Method Noise Level Air Outlet Pipe
Diameter
Dimension Weight
50hz
bar(g) psig m3/min cfm kw hp dB(A) L W H kg
RD7.5A 7 101 1.2 42 7.5 10 Air Cooling 61 G1” 1135 800 1000 480
8 116 1.1 39
10 145 1 35
RD11A 7 101 1.6 57 11 15 Air Cooling 61 G1” 1135 800 1000 500
8 116 1.5 53
10 145 1.3 46
RD15A 7 101 2.4 85 15 20 Air Cooling 61 G1” 1400 1000 1200 520
8 116 2.3 81
10 145 2 71
RD18.5A 7 101 3.1 109 18.5 25 Air Cooling 61 G1” 1400 1000 1200 520
8 116 2.8 99
10 145 2.5 88
RD22A 7 101 3.7 131 22 30 Air Cooling 61 G1” 1400 1000 1200 560
8 116 3.4 120
10 145 3 106
RD30A 7 101 5.2 184 30 40 Air Cooling 64 G1.5” 1920 1170 1320 1050
8 116 4.7 166
10 145 4.3 152
RD37A 7 101 6.1 215 37 50 Air Cooling 66 G1.5” 1920 1170 1320 1050
8 116 5.6 198
10 145 5 177
RD45A 7 101 7.5 265 45 60 Air Cooling 66 G2” 1920 1170 1320 1610
8 116 6.8 240
10 145 6 212
RD55W 7 101 10 353 55 74 Air Cooling 66 DN50 1930 1320 1535 1610
8 116 9 318
10 145 7.8 275
RD75W 7 101 13 459 75 100 Air Cooling 70 DN50 1930 1320 1535 1880
8 116 12 424
10 145 10 353
RD90W 7 101 15.5 547 90 120 Air Cooling 70 DN80 1930 1320 1535 2000
8 116 14 494
10 145 12.5 441
RD110W 7 101 20 706 110 147 Air Cooling 70 DN80 2150 1600 1680 3100
8 116 18 636
10 145 16 565
RD132W 7 101 25 883 132 177 Air Cooling 70 DN80 2150 1600 1680 3250
8 116 23 812
10 145 20 706
RD160W 7 101 27 954 160 215 Air Cooling 74 DN100 2150 1600 1680 3200
8 116 25.5 901
10 145 24 848
RD185W 7 101 30 1059 185 248 Air Cooling 74 DN100 2860 1500 1750 4500
8 116 28 989
10 145 25 883
RD200W 7 101 36 1271 200 268 Air Cooling 74 DN100 2860 1500 1750 4500
8 116 33 1165
10 145 27 954
RD250W 7 101 43 1519 250 335 Air Cooling 74 DN100 4150 1500 1800 5200
8 116 41 1448
10 145 38 1342
Model Maximum Working Pressure Capacity(FAD)* Installed Motor Power Cooling Method Noise Level Air Outlet Pipe
Diameter
Dimension Weight
50hz
bar(g) psig m3/min cfm kw hp dB(A) L W H kg
RD7.5A 7 101 1.2 42 7.5 10 Air Cooling 61 G1” 1135 800 1000 480
8 116 1.1 39
10 145 1 35
RD11A 7 101 1.6 57 11 15 Air Cooling 61 G1” 1135 800 1000 500
8 116 1.5 53
10 145 1.3 46
RD15A 7 101 2.4 85 15 20 Air Cooling 61 G1” 1400 1000 1200 520
8 116 2.3 81
10 145 2 71
RD18.5A 7 101 3.1 109 18.5 25 Air Cooling 61 G1” 1400 1000 1200 520
8 116 2.8 99
10 145 2.5 88
RD22A 7 101 3.7 131 22 30 Air Cooling 61 G1” 1400 1000 1200 560
8 116 3.4 120
10 145 3 106
RD30A 7 101 5.2 184 30 40 Air Cooling 64 G1.5” 1920 1170 1320 1050
8 116 4.7 166
10 145 4.3 152
RD37A 7 101 6.1 215 37 50 Air Cooling 66 G1.5” 1920 1170 1320 1050
8 116 5.6 198
10 145 5 177
RD45A 7 101 7.5 265 45 60 Air Cooling 66 G2” 1920 1170 1320 1610
8 116 6.8 240
10 145 6 212
RD55W 7 101 10 353 55 74 Air Cooling 66 DN50 1930 1320 1535 1610
8 116 9 318
10 145 7.8 275
RD75W 7 101 13 459 75 100 Air Cooling 70 DN50 1930 1320 1535 1880
8 116 12 424
10 145 10 353
RD90W 7 101 15.5 547 90 120 Air Cooling 70 DN80 1930 1320 1535 2000
8 116 14 494
10 145 12.5 441
RD110W 7 101 20 706 110 147 Air Cooling 70 DN80 2150 1600 1680 3100
8 116 18 636
10 145 16 565
RD132W 7 101 25 883 132 177 Air Cooling 70 DN80 2150 1600 1680 3250
8 116 23 812
10 145 20 706
RD160W 7 101 27 954 160 215 Air Cooling 74 DN100 2150 1600 1680 3200
8 116 25.5 901
10 145 24 848
RD185W 7 101 30 1059 185 248 Air Cooling 74 DN100 2860 1500 1750 4500
8 116 28 989
10 145 25 883
RD200W 7 101 36 1271 200 268 Air Cooling 74 DN100 2860 1500 1750 4500
8 116 33 1165
10 145 27 954
RD250W 7 101 43 1519 250 335 Air Cooling 74 DN100 4150 1500 1800 5200
8 116 41 1448
10 145 38 1342

what to see in an air compressor

If you need to buy an air compressor, you should know what to look for. The types of air compressors on the market are classified according to their CFM rating, safety devices, and pumps. There are several differences between lubricated and oil-free air compressors that you should know before buying. To better understand the difference between these types of air compressors, read on. This article will guide you through these differences.

Pump

If you are looking for a quality air compressor, you have come to the right place. A good air compressor pump will provide high pressure for anything from tires to boats and more. There are hundreds of different models to choose from, and the great thing about buying one from a Chinese manufacturer is that they have so many options. More importantly, Chinese manufacturers can customize air equipment such as air compressors at low prices.
A good quality air pump won’t break easily, but you’ll be able to use it for years. Choosing a high-quality pump will help you avoid many hassles on the road, such as unplanned downtime and installation costs. Plus, a pump from the same manufacturer as your air compressor is your best bet to ensure optimum performance. Listed below are some tips for finding a quality pump for your air compressor.
The air compressor is an important but unremarkable invention. Without them, our lives would be completely different. Without a pump, we can’t get hot water from central heating, nor can we get heat from the refrigerator. We can’t inflate bicycle tires, and we can’t refuel cars. Pumps are vital to all kinds of machines. So why is it important to choose the right product? The answer may surprise you.
Different types of pumps are used for different applications. Positive displacement pumps move a fixed volume of fluid and direct it to a drain. This design ensures constant flow at a constant speed regardless of discharge pressure. Centrifugal pumps work differently. The impeller accelerates the fluid, converting the input energy into kinetic energy. This type of pump is most commonly used in mines, air conditioning, industrial plants, and flood control.
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safety equipment

There are several safety features you should check when using an air compressor. First, check the connection of the air filter to the air. If they come loose, parts may separate and cause injury. Another important safety feature is the shut-off valve. When working near compressed air, the shut-off valve should be within easy reach and visibility. Moving parts and other equipment must be protected with protective covers. Check safety valve and replace damaged parts.
Rupture discs are copper discs located on the air cooler. When the air pressure exceeds a certain limit, it bursts. Fusible plugs contain materials that melt at high temperatures. The compressor should have a lubricating oil pressure alarm and cut off the trip signal. If these two safety devices fail, the compressor should be stopped immediately. The rupture disc should be inspected at least weekly to ensure it does not rupture under pressure.
If the pressure level is too high, and overcurrent protection device cuts power to the motor. It also automatically shuts off the compressor when the hose ruptures or the air volume exceeds a preset level. The device should be installed on the air compressor to prevent accidents. Its job is to protect the operator from harm. If employees do not follow these safety measures, they may cause equipment damage.
To ensure safety when operating the air compressor, safety glasses and gloves should be worn. Pressurized air can cause eye injury, and crash goggles can provide a barrier to prevent this. Additionally, the self-retracting cord prevents trip hazards and reinforces excess cord. You should also keep your hands and body away from the air nozzle. This will prevent you from being sprayed with compressed air.

CFM Rating

An air compressor’s PSI and CFM ratings indicate the pressure and volume it can deliver. PSI stands for pounds per square inch and measures the force and pressure contained in one square inch of air. These two indicators are equally important when choosing an air compressor. If you need a lot of compressed air for a specific application, you will need a higher psi compressor. Likewise, if you are using compressed air in a smaller application, a low cfm compressor will not provide enough power to meet your needs.
When comparing different air compressors, be sure to pay close attention to horsepower and CFM ratings. While compressor power is essential for some tasks, it is not the most important aspect. The CFM rating of an air compressor will determine how big a project it can handle and how long it takes to charge. Make sure you understand the CFM and PSI ratings of your future compressors, as not knowing these important statistics can frustrate you and drive up costs.
In general, it is best to choose an air compressor with a CFM rating higher than the size of the air tool. This will ensure that the air compressor has enough pressure to work multiple tools efficiently at the same time. While smaller CFM ratings may be sufficient for smaller projects, larger tools such as drills require a lot of air. Therefore, the higher the CFM, the larger and more powerful the tool.
Once you understand the CFM of an air compressor, you can start looking for the right tool. You can check the CFM rating of your air compressor online by commenting below. If you’re not sure about the size of your air tool, you can always buy a second air compressor. This is a great way to double the CFM of your air compressor! You’ll have more air to do more work, and your compressor will last longer.
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Lack of oil and lubrication

Oil-free air compressors have a smaller footprint and require less maintenance than oil-lubricated air compressors. Although oil-lubricated air compressors are more expensive and heavier than oil-free air compressors, they are also ideal for stationary use. The benefits of oil-free air compressors include greater durability and lower maintenance costs. The advantages and disadvantages of each type are discussed below.
Oil-free air compressors are generally quieter than oil-lubricated air compressors. However, you may still experience some noise while using it. To avoid this, you should choose a quiet intake compressor. However, if you work next to a noisy compressor, you should buy a muffler, an aftermarket filter that reduces compressor noise.
If you want to use the air compressor for a long time, the oil-free model is not the right choice. Its Teflon coating wears off over time, especially at extreme temperatures. Additionally, oil-free air compressors have a large number of moving parts that require regular maintenance, while oil-filled air compressors are great for those who don’t want to invest in extra parts.
Another major difference between oil-free and oil-lubricated air compressors is lubrication. Oil-lubricated air compressors require regular lubrication whereas oil-free air compressors are pre-lubricated. They have fewer parts and are cheaper. Oil-free air compressors are lighter than oil-lubricated air compressors. In addition to being more affordable, oil-free air compressors are more powerful and durable.
While oil-filled air compressors are more efficient and durable, they generate a lot of heat. However, they are also more expensive and require regular oil changes. Furthermore, they are difficult to transport. They also need to be permanently installed. These air compressors are also not portable and require a fixed location. So, consider your needs before deciding which type is best for you. When you’re choosing an air compressor for your business, be sure to shop around.
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noise level

If you are wondering what the noise level of an air compressor is, the answer depends on your specific equipment and working environment conditions. Typically, air compressors produce 40 to 90 decibels of noise. Although the lower the decibel level, the quieter the compressor will be. Larger, more powerful air compressors produce higher noise levels than their little brothers. But no matter how big the air compressors are, it’s a good idea to wear hearing protection while working around them.
When purchasing a new air compressor, the noise level of the air compressor should be considered. While this may seem like a small problem, there are actually a lot of variations on these noisy machines. The most common type of air compressor is the reciprocating piston pump. This model uses pistons similar to an engine to rotate inside a chamber. The piston moves quickly and traps air proportional to its size. Single-piston air compressors are generally noisier than twin-piston models, also known as twin cylinders.
But even if you have the proper equipment to protect your hearing, it’s still important to know the noise level of an air compressor. Even if the noise is not immediately dangerous, it can still cause temporary or permanent hearing loss. This condition is called noise-induced hearing loss, and an air compressor with a sound level of 80 or higher can cause permanent hearing damage. You can avoid potential damage to your hearing and prevent accidents by simply paying attention to the noise level of your air compressor.
Air compressors are inherently noisy, but if you take steps to reduce their noise levels, you can minimize disruption to neighbors and co-workers. For example, installing a sound enclosure in your work area can prevent your air compressor from making as much noise as before. Depending on your workspace, you can also try installing a long air hose, which will reduce sound levels by up to 25%.