China Hot selling One-Piece Direct-Connecting Rotary Screw Two Stage Air Compressor supplier

Product Description

One-piece direct-connecting rotary screw 2 stage air compressor

Two stage compression features and advantages:
1.The intaked air flow after compressed by the first stage compression, connect with large amount oil mist in the cooling channel then cool fast, and then goes into the second stage compression system to be compressed and discharged under the requirement pressure, much more energy saving than 1 stage compression type.
2. Adopt German double rotor screw air end, big rotor and low rotary speed designing, the first and the second stage compression rotors are designed in 1 compression chamber, through different driving gear and driven gear ratio to get the best seal speed of the first stage and the second stage rotors gear top line, greatly improving the air end compression efficiency.
3. Adopt internal spray oil cooling type, enable air isothermal compression, saving energy by 8%.
3. Each stage compression ratio is as low as 3:1, little internal leakage, improving efficiency by15%.
Smaller compression ratio can improve running stability and reliability, high efficiency working, long using life, very low fault rate.
4. The whole unit machine can reach China national level-1 energy efficiency standard.
5. Have fixed speed type (TKL) and permanent magnetic frequency conversion motor one-piece shaft type (TKLYC).

I. TKL series of 2 stage compression twin screw air compressor 

Adopt advanced twin rotor screw air end imported from German and Italy, rate of 5:6, high precision of gear and seal, use CHINAMFG bearing and high grade oil seals to ensure the main engine long life and low noise operation. The air end and the diesel / electric motor is directly connected through the high elastic coupling, no gear, less energy consumption, more air output, high reliability, long service life and low maintenance cost.

II. TKLYC series of Permanent magnetic frequency conversion 2 stage compression twin screw air compressor

Adopt energy saving permanent magnetic frequency conversion screw air end:
1. Adopt One-piece shaft connection structure for the permanent magnetic motor and the air end
★Permanent magnetic Motor’s rotor is directly sleeved on shaft of the air end, embedded integrated direct-connecting structure, without coupling part or transmission gear part, namely one-piece shaft, ensuring of 100% transmission efficiency.
★Taper connection is adopted for motor, and it can be assembled and disassembled very simply.
2. Adopt permanent magnetic frequency conversion electric motor
★Permanent magnetic frequency conversion motor is the most advanced technical electric motor, efficiency can be up to 97%, higher by 3%-5% than ordinary motor with frequency conversion device type, saving energy a lot obviously.
★Permanent magnetic electric motor adopts high temperature resistance rare earth permanent magnet to ensure no demagnetization. Without motor bearing or sleeve, so no need lubricating grease, no need concern alignment problem, compact structure, saving space, convenient use and maintenance.
3. Wide frequency conversion, constant pressure air feeding
★Frequency application scope (0HZ-200HZ) is wide, and motor efficiency under different load is basically constant.
★The motor is big torque, strong adaptability and loaded startup.
★The whole machine work under frequency conversion state, and can operate frequency modulation according to the client’s actual requirement of air consumption at constant pressure, realizing high efficiency and energy saving.
4. Running stable and reliable
★Machine starting up under frequency conversion state, greatly reducing the impacting to the power grid equipment, avoiding of damage to the electric equipment and saving electric energy when starting.
★No need to set working pressure up and bottom limit value, can operate by regulating the frequency at the setting pressure point to stabilize the pressure, so can save electric energy by 10%-15%.
5. Energy saving a lot obviously
 Compared with the fixed speed type compressor, our permanent magnetic frequency conversion compressor can save energy by 30%; compared with the ordinary motor with frequency device  type compressor, our compressor can save energy by 5%-10%.

Technical parameter of 2 stage air compressor (TKLYC type):

Type Exhause pressure (Mpa) Air displacemen (m3/min) Power (Kw) Noise (dBa) Dimensions (mm) Outlet pipe size Weight (Kg)
TKLYC-15F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 2.7/2.3/2.2 15 66 1600*900*1300 G1 1/2 800
TKLYC-18F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 3.5/3.0/2.5 18.5 66 1600*900*1300 G1 1/2 840
TKLYC-22F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 4.0/3.5/3.0 22 66 1600*900*1300 G1 1/2 860
TKLYC-30F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 6.4/5.0/4.2 30 68 1800*1500*1510 G1 1/2 1100
TKLYC-37F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 7.0/6.0/5.5 37 68 1800*1500*1510 G1 1/2 1100
TKLYC-45F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 9.5/8.8/8.1 45 68 1800*1500*1510 DN50 2200
TKLYC-55F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 11.5/10.9/10.5 55 68 2300*1400*1800 DN50 2600
TKLYC-75F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 16.1/14.5/12.5 75 68 2300*1400*1800 DN65 2850
TKLYC-90F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 19.8/16.5/13.5 90 68 2470*1700*2571 DN65 2950
TKLYC-110F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 24.0/19.8/17.2 110 68 3100*1740*2150 DN80 3000
TKLYC-132F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 28.3/23.2/19.2 132 70 3100*1740*2150 DN80 3100
TKLYC-160F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 33.3/28.4/23.6 160 72 3460*2040*2200 DN80 5400
TKLYC-185F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 38.5/33.3/28.4 185 72 3460*2040*2200 DN80 5600
TKLYC-200F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 41.3/38.5/33.5 200 75 3460*2040*2200 DN80 5800
TKLYC-220F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 45.5/40.8/37.6 220 75 3720*2220*2200 DN100 6100
TKLYC-250F-II 0.8/1.0/1.3 54.7/44.9/40.3 250 75 3720*2220*2200 DN100 6200

 

Technical parameter of 2 stage air compressor (TKL type):

Model Exhause pressure (Mpa) Air displacement  (m3/min) Power (Kw) Noise (dBa) Dimensions (mm) Outlet pipe size Weight (Kg)
TKL-45F-II 0.8 9.5 45 68 1800*1500*1510 DN50 2400
1.0 8.8
1.3 8.1
TKL-55F-II 0.8 11.5 55 68 1800*1500*1510 DN50 2430
1.0 10.9
1.3 10.5
TKL-75F-II 0.8 16.1 75 68 2470*1700*2571 DN65 2700
1.0 14.5
1.3 12.5
TKL-90F-II 0.8 19.8 90 68 2470*1700*2571 DN65 2800
1.0 16.5
1.3 13.5
TKL-110F-II 0.8 24.0 110 68 2660*1700*2571 DN65 2850
1.0 19.8
1.3 17.2
TKL-132F-II 0.8 28.3 132 70 2660*1700*2571 DN65 4150
1.0 23.2
1.3 19.2
TKL-160F-II 0.8 33.3 160 72 3460*2040*2200 DN80 5100
1.0 28.4
1.3 23.6
TKL-185F-II 0.8 38.5 185 72 3460*2040*2200 DN80 5200
1.0 33.3
1.3 28.4
TKL-200F-II 0.8 41.3 200 75 3460*2040*2200 DN80 5250
1.0 38.5
1.3 33.5
TKL-220F-II 0.8 45.5 220 75 3720*2220*2200 DN100 6100
1.0 40.8
1.3 37.6
TKL-250F-II 0.8 54.7 250 75 3720*2220*2200 DN100 6200
1.0 44.9
1.3 40.3

 

Our factory and workshop

After sales service:
1. Providing professional air compression program designing for free.
2. Providing our factory original machine parts at lowest price after machine sales.
3. Providing training and guidance for free, customers can send their staff to our factory to learn how to operate the machines.
4. Warranty period: the screw main machine is 1 year, the bearing is 1 year, the wear parts of air intake valve, electric components, electromagnetic valve, rate valve are 6 months
5. The air filter, oil filter, oil-water separator, lubricating oil, rubber parts and etc. are not included in warranty range.

Certification and patents of our air compressor

 

FAQ:
Q1: Are you factory or trade company?  
A1: We are factory.
Q2: Warranty terms of your machine? 
A2: One year warranty for the machine and technical support according to your needs.
Q3: Will you provide some spare parts of the machines? 
A3: Yes, of course.
Q4: How long will you take to arrange production? 
A4: 380V 50HZ we can delivery the goods within 20 days. Other electricity or other color we will delivery within 30 days.
Q5: Can you accept OEM orders? 
A5: Yes, with professional design team, OEM orders are highly welcome!

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Lubrication Style: Lubricated
Cooling System: Air Cooling
Power Source: Electric Motor
Cylinder Position: Vertical
Structure Type: Closed Type
Installation Type: Stationary Type
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What is the impact of humidity on compressed air quality?

Humidity can have a significant impact on the quality of compressed air. Compressed air systems often draw in ambient air, which contains moisture in the form of water vapor. When this air is compressed, the moisture becomes concentrated, leading to potential issues in the compressed air. Here’s an overview of the impact of humidity on compressed air quality:

1. Corrosion:

High humidity in compressed air can contribute to corrosion within the compressed air system. The moisture in the air can react with metal surfaces, leading to rust and corrosion in pipes, tanks, valves, and other components. Corrosion not only weakens the structural integrity of the system but also introduces contaminants into the compressed air, compromising its quality and potentially damaging downstream equipment.

2. Contaminant Carryover:

Humidity in compressed air can cause carryover of contaminants. Water droplets formed due to condensation can carry particulates, oil, and other impurities present in the air. These contaminants can then be transported along with the compressed air, leading to fouling of filters, clogging of pipelines, and potential damage to pneumatic tools, machinery, and processes.

3. Decreased Efficiency of Pneumatic Systems:

Excessive moisture in compressed air can reduce the efficiency of pneumatic systems. Water droplets can obstruct or block the flow of air, leading to decreased performance of pneumatic tools and equipment. Moisture can also cause problems in control valves, actuators, and other pneumatic devices, affecting their responsiveness and accuracy.

4. Product Contamination:

In industries where compressed air comes into direct contact with products or processes, high humidity can result in product contamination. Moisture in compressed air can mix with sensitive products, leading to quality issues, spoilage, or even health hazards in industries such as food and beverage, pharmaceuticals, and electronics manufacturing.

5. Increased Maintenance Requirements:

Humidity in compressed air can increase the maintenance requirements of a compressed air system. Moisture can accumulate in filters, separators, and other air treatment components, necessitating frequent replacement or cleaning. Excessive moisture can also lead to the growth of bacteria, fungus, and mold within the system, requiring additional cleaning and maintenance efforts.

6. Adverse Effects on Instrumentation:

Humidity can adversely affect instrumentation and control systems that rely on compressed air. Moisture can disrupt the accuracy and reliability of pressure sensors, flow meters, and other pneumatic instruments, leading to incorrect measurements and control signals.

To mitigate the impact of humidity on compressed air quality, various air treatment equipment is employed, including air dryers, moisture separators, and filters. These devices help remove moisture from the compressed air, ensuring that the air supplied is dry and of high quality for the intended applications.

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How are air compressors used in refrigeration and HVAC systems?

Air compressors play a vital role in refrigeration and HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems, providing the necessary compression of refrigerant gases and facilitating the heat transfer process. Here are the key ways in which air compressors are used in refrigeration and HVAC systems:

1. Refrigerant Compression:

In refrigeration systems, air compressors are used to compress the refrigerant gas, raising its pressure and temperature. This compressed gas then moves through the system, where it undergoes phase changes and heat exchange to enable cooling or heating. The compressor is the heart of the refrigeration cycle, as it pressurizes and circulates the refrigerant.

2. Refrigeration Cycle:

The compression of refrigerant gas by the air compressor is an essential step in the refrigeration cycle. After compression, the high-pressure, high-temperature gas flows to the condenser, where it releases heat and condenses into a liquid. The liquid refrigerant then passes through an expansion valve or device, which reduces its pressure and temperature. This low-pressure, low-temperature refrigerant then enters the evaporator, absorbing heat from the surrounding environment and evaporating back into a gas. The cycle continues as the gas returns to the compressor for re-compression.

3. HVAC Cooling and Heating:

In HVAC systems, air compressors are used to facilitate cooling and heating processes. The compressor compresses the refrigerant gas, which allows it to absorb heat from the indoor environment in the cooling mode. The compressed gas releases heat in the outdoor condenser unit and then circulates back to the compressor to repeat the cycle. In the heating mode, the compressor reverses the refrigeration cycle, absorbing heat from the outdoor air or ground source and transferring it indoors.

4. Air Conditioning:

Air compressors are an integral part of air conditioning systems, which are a subset of HVAC systems. Compressed refrigerant gases are used to cool and dehumidify the air in residential, commercial, and industrial buildings. The compressor pressurizes the refrigerant, initiating the cooling cycle that removes heat from the indoor air and releases it outside.

5. Compressor Types:

Refrigeration and HVAC systems utilize different types of air compressors. Reciprocating compressors, rotary screw compressors, and scroll compressors are commonly used in these applications. The selection of the compressor type depends on factors such as system size, capacity requirements, efficiency, and application-specific considerations.

6. Energy Efficiency:

Efficient operation of air compressors is crucial for refrigeration and HVAC systems. Energy-efficient compressors help minimize power consumption and reduce operating costs. Additionally, proper compressor sizing and system design contribute to the overall energy efficiency of refrigeration and HVAC systems.

By effectively compressing refrigerant gases and facilitating the heat transfer process, air compressors enable the cooling and heating functions in refrigeration and HVAC systems, ensuring comfortable indoor environments and efficient temperature control.

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Can you explain the basics of air compressor terminology?

Understanding the basic terminology related to air compressors can help in better comprehension of their operation and discussions related to them. Here are some essential terms related to air compressors:

1. CFM (Cubic Feet per Minute): CFM is a unit of measurement that denotes the volumetric flow rate of compressed air. It indicates the amount of air a compressor can deliver within a minute and is a crucial factor in determining the compressor’s capacity.

2. PSI (Pounds per Square Inch): PSI is a unit of measurement used to quantify pressure. It represents the force exerted by the compressed air on a specific area. PSI is a vital specification for understanding the pressure capabilities of an air compressor and determining its suitability for various applications.

3. Duty Cycle: Duty cycle refers to the percentage of time an air compressor can operate in a given time period. It indicates the compressor’s ability to handle continuous operation without overheating or experiencing performance issues. For instance, a compressor with a 50% duty cycle can run for half the time in a given hour or cycle.

4. Horsepower (HP): Horsepower is a unit used to measure the power output of a compressor motor. It indicates the motor’s capacity to drive the compressor pump and is often used as a reference for comparing different compressor models.

5. Receiver Tank: The receiver tank, also known as an air tank, is a storage vessel that holds the compressed air delivered by the compressor. It helps in stabilizing pressure fluctuations, allowing for a more consistent supply of compressed air during peak demand periods.

6. Single-Stage vs. Two-Stage: These terms refer to the number of compression stages in a reciprocating air compressor. In a single-stage compressor, air is compressed in a single stroke of the piston, while in a two-stage compressor, it undergoes initial compression in one stage and further compression in a second stage, resulting in higher pressures.

7. Oil-Free vs. Oil-Lubricated: These terms describe the lubrication method used in air compressors. Oil-free compressors have internal components that do not require oil lubrication, making them suitable for applications where oil contamination is a concern. Oil-lubricated compressors use oil for lubrication, enhancing durability and performance but requiring regular oil changes and maintenance.

8. Pressure Switch: A pressure switch is an electrical component that automatically starts and stops the compressor motor based on the pre-set pressure levels. It helps maintain the desired pressure range in the receiver tank and protects the compressor from over-pressurization.

9. Regulator: A regulator is a device used to control and adjust the output pressure of the compressed air. It allows users to set the desired pressure level for specific applications and ensures a consistent and safe supply of compressed air.

These are some of the fundamental terms associated with air compressors. Familiarizing yourself with these terms will aid in understanding and effectively communicating about air compressors and their functionality.

China Hot selling One-Piece Direct-Connecting Rotary Screw Two Stage Air Compressor   supplier China Hot selling One-Piece Direct-Connecting Rotary Screw Two Stage Air Compressor   supplier
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