Special Requirement And Process Gas Screw Air Compressor

Special requirements and process gases Screw air compressors need to compress flammable, explosive, corrosive, toxic, and harmful gases in various fields of the national economy. CMN water-lubricated oil-free technology is widely used in the compression of flammable and explosive gases, and its low-temperature water-lubricated system is safer. The stainless steel host end is corrosion-resistant. CMN has successfully developed special gas process compressors, such as Gaso… FOB Price: USD 0.5 – 9,999 / Piece Minimum Order Quantity: 100 Piece/Piece Supply Ability: 10000 Piece/Piece per Month Port: Shenzhen Payment Terms: L/C ,D/A,D/P,T/T

Special Requirement and Process Gas Screw Air Compressor

A process gas screw air compressor is a type of compressor that uses two helical rotors to compress gas. The rotors are intermeshed and rotate in opposite directions, which causes the gas to be compressed. Process gas screw air compressors are used in a variety of industries, including the chemical, petrochemical, and oil and gas industries.

Process gas screw air compressors offer a number of advantages over other types of compressors, including:

  • They are highly efficient, which can save energy costs.
  • They are reliable and have a long lifespan.
  • They are able to handle a wide range of gases, including corrosive and abrasive gases.
  • They are oil-free, which makes them suitable for use in food and beverage processing applications.

In all areas of the economy of the nation, there is a need to compress explosive, flammable toxic, corrosive, poisonous, and hazardous gasses. CMN Water-lubricated Oil-Free Technology can be extensively used for the compression of explosive and flammable gasses, and its low-temperature water-lubricated system is safe. Its stainless-steel host material is rust-proof. Wuling Nonferrous Metals has successfully developed gas process compressors that are specially designed including biogas and gasoline gas compressors compression units, carbon dioxide compressors, and the coalbed methane compression.