Product Description

Oil Free Oxygen Nitrogen Argon Helium Hydrogen Compressor Booster:

Product Description

·Our factory produced many kinds of oil free compressor, inlcuding oil free oxygen compressor, oil free gas compressor, including air, nitrogen gas, hydrogen gas, natural gas, Argon gas, helium gas, Sf6 gas ects more than 30 kinds of gas medium,max pressure up to 40Mpa.

·Our oxygen compressor is total oil free, do not use any lubricate oil, and for the cylinder use stainless steel material, piston ring is self-lubricated material, all this guarantee oxygen is clean and no-pollution.

·Compressor can keep working do 24 hours heavy duty loading, this Oxygen compressor main use for hospital oxygen supplier center, to increase oxygen supply line pressure to the room, also can boost oxygen, and filling to the cylinder, such as 15Mpa, 20Mpa, also our oxygen booster can use in Industrial acetylene cutting, cutting steel scrap in steel factory, support boiler oxygen combustion recycle the cryogenic liquid oxygen tank vapor oxygen to the tank.

Product Parameters

Output

 

Nm³/h

Rated

Inlet Pressure 

Mpa

Rated 

Outlet Pressure 

Mpa

Rated Power

KW

Volume Flow Of The 

Matched Oxygen Generator 

Nm³/h

Cooling Type
3~5 0.3~0.7 1~20 4.0 3-5 Wind
8~12 0.3~0.7 1~20 5.5~7.5 8-12 Wind
15~16 0.3~0.7 1~20 11 15-16 Wind
20 0.3~0.7 1~20 15 20 Wind
24~25 0.3~0.7 1~20 15 24-25 Wind
30 0.3~0.7 1~20 15 30 Water
40 0.3~0.7 1~20 15 40 Water
50 0.3~0.7 1~20 18.5 50 Water
60~70 0.3~0.7 1~20 22 60-70 Water
80~90 0.3~0.7 1~20 15×2 80-90 Water
110~130 0.3~0.7 1~20 22×2 110-130 Water
150 0.3~0.7 1~20 22×2 150 Water
The inlet pressure of the oil-free oxygen booster can be between 0-1.0MPa, and the outlet pressure can reach up to 20Mpa. It is suitable for various output and can be customized according to the specific requirements of customers.

Selection Xihu (West Lake) Dis.

Selection principle of oil-free booster (Oxygen and nitrogen as examples)
1. Working conditions: Compressed medium; Inlet pressure; Exhaust pressure; Exhaust volume (Sometimes referring to the production volume of oxygen generator and nitrogen generator)
2. Determine the compressor model according to the working conditions
3. Common sense description
    Nm³/h is m³ of exhaust gas per hour under standard conditions; Nm³/min is m³ of exhaust gas per minute under standard conditions
    1bar=0.1Mpa≈1kgf
    The relationship between the flow rate in the pressure state and the flow rate in the standard state: the flow rate in the standard state = the flow rate in the pressure state × (fluid pressure + atmospheric pressure), the atmospheric pressure is usually 1 bar.

Product Applications

Product Advantages

1.Totally 100% oil free,no need oil
2.Suitable for oxygen,hydrogen,nitrogen,helium,argon,cng and special gas
3.No pollution ,keep same purity to inlet gas
4.Reliable and top quality,comparable with usa rix brand.
5.Top cost performance,low maintenance cost and easy to be operational, only need to be change piston ring
6.4000 hours piston ring working life,1500-2000 hours working life for final stage ring
7.Top brand motor and can be special pointed, like Simense brand

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What to Look For When Buying an Air Compressor

An air compressor is a very useful tool that can help you complete many different types of construction jobs. This handy machine makes many tasks much easier, but not all of them are created equally. Understanding what to look for when buying an air compressor will help you make an informed decision. Here are some of the things you should look for. These include price, size, and energy efficiency. Also, make sure to consider the air compressor’s type.
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Single-stage air compressors are quieter

When it comes to noise level, single-stage air compressors are the way to go. These machines have fewer moving parts and are quieter than two-stage models. Single-stage air compressors use an axial flow design and can be quieter than their dual-stage counterparts. Single-stage air compressors can run longer and at lower pressures. Single-stage air compressors can be used for light industrial applications. They have a long life expectancy, with some models lasting for over 3 thousand hours.
While some single-stage air compressors are quieter than two-stage air compressors, both models have noise-reduction features. One type features rubber parts, which are designed to dampen noise. Another feature makes a compressor quieter: its location near the job site. Some models feature rubber base plugs and rubber mats to reduce floor vibrations. In addition to using these features, single-stage compressors are easier to transport.
Noise levels are important when choosing an air compressor. Some machines are too noisy for comfortable work, and some businesses don’t want to expose customers to noise-generating air compressors. Other noise levels can even endanger workers’ health. Single-stage air compressors are more affordable than dual-stage compressors. They are also quieter and more powerful. But be prepared for the noise. Some single-stage air compressors are still noisy.
Compared to their two-stage counterparts, single-stage compressors are quieter when running at full capacity. However, double-stage compressors are quieter on low capacities than single-stage units. Those with variable speed are quietest at lower capacities. The difference is about 10db. If you’re concerned about the noise level, you should consider a two-stage air compressor. But if you have a small workshop, it may not be suitable for you.
One-stage air compressors are generally more efficient than two-stage air compressors. The noise from a two-stage air compressor is lower because there’s no intermediate stage. Single-stage air compressors also use a piston that rotates in a single stage, while dual-stage air compressors, also known as duplex models, are more efficient. A single-stage air compressor is quieter, but double-stage compressors are louder.
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Two-stage air compressors are more energy efficient

Two-stage air compressors are more energy-efficient than single-stage machines. The efficiency of two-stage air compressors is increased through a combination of improved efficiency and increased longevity. These machines can store more air and have higher compression ratios. One model of a two-stage compressor can hold approximately 83 cubic feet of air at 100 PSI and 120 cubic feet at 150 PSI. A two-stage compressor is also quieter.
Two-stage air compressors are more energy-efficient because they have 2 pistons instead of one. These air compressors achieve a higher pressure rating and recover more quickly. This type of compressor is perfect for jobs that require high air pressure for a prolonged period of time. In addition, they can operate multiple tools simultaneously. This makes them better for commercial and industrial use. Listed below are some benefits of two-stage air compressors.
Single-stage air compressors can power tools in the garage or kitchen, but they are not as reliable for industrial applications. Single-stage compressors have larger parts that tend to experience condensation. Furthermore, single-stage compressors do not last long in continuous use and are less energy-efficient than two-stage ones. Whether you’re using the compressor for a single tradesperson, a small crew, or a large construction crew, two-stage compressors are the best choice.
Single-stage air compressors are often used in small-scale food preparation and production. Single-stage air compressors are easy to transport between locations, and can be plugged into several electrical outlets. Single-stage compressors are also ideal for high-volume food processing. A dual-stage air compressor is ideal for industrial use. In some cases, you can even move the single-stage air compressor between two-stage air compressors.
Single-stage compressors often cycle too quickly, drawing more electricity than two-stage units. A variable speed unit stays on a low speed for hours at a time. Single-stage air conditioners force you to lower your thermostat settings while single-stage air conditioners run too often. Both units are energy-efficient but they are not as energy-efficient as variable-speed compressors. The main difference is that single-stage air conditioners tend to drain the power source quicker.

Piston-driven air compressors are quieter

A piston-driven air compressor is 1 of the quietest types of air compressors. It is less noisy than reciprocating air compressors. A piston-driven air compressor can reach 62 decibels, while a scroll compressor is around half that volume. The 2 main components of a scroll air compressor are the piston and the helical screw. These air compressors are both very efficient and quiet.
Older compressors are incredibly noisy. They produce a “wumpa” noise similar to a large engine. They are also capable of producing a high-pitched whine. These noises can be deafening, especially in a small workshop. That’s why it’s essential to look for a quiet compressor. But what makes a compressor quiet? Read on to learn more about this essential tool.
Another difference between piston-driven air compressors and electric-driven air compressors is the power source. Electric air compressors produce less noise than gas-powered compressors, which use an engine. Piston-driven air compressors are also more efficient. They also generate less heat, making them an ideal choice for offices and other settings where noise is a problem. The best way to decide between the 2 types of air compressors is to check the manufacturer’s warranty and read the ‘Description’.
Noise reduction is the first priority of a compressor’s owner, so make sure that you have the right model. If you’re working on something sensitive, don’t place the compressor too close to a building where people might be nearby. Noise can be very disruptive to the workspace and can cause health problems. To help combat noise, you’ll need to buy a quiet air compressor. And don’t forget to consider its location: Piston-driven air compressors are quieter than their reciprocating counterparts.
Piston-driven air compressors are quiet because the piston is made of thin metal and more rubber, which absorbs the sound. Unlike reciprocating air compressors, piston-driven air compressors are more efficient than their dual-piston cousins, which are quieter and more powerful. So which type is right for you? Take a look at some of the main differences between the two. If you want a quiet compressor, make sure it meets the specifications required by the job you’re working on.
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Oil-lubricated air compressors are more cost-effective

There are several reasons why oil-lubricated air compressors are more expensive than dry-type air compressors. First of all, oil-lubricated air compressors tend to be more reliable and quiet. Additionally, oil-lubricated air compressors require fewer parts and can last longer than dry-type air compressors. These are just a few of the many benefits of using oil-lubricated air compressors.
Oil-free air compressors have some disadvantages. They are less durable and may not be as efficient as oil-lubricated models. Additionally, because oil-lubricated air compressors use oil, they can get very noisy. While they are less expensive, they are not the best option for heavy-duty work. However, modern oil-free air compressors have soundproofing and are suitable for industrial use.
When purchasing an oil-lubricated air compressor, make sure to choose 1 with a tank capacity that meets your needs and your space. Larger tanks can be more expensive than small tanks, but larger units are easier to move around. Also, be sure to consider the weight and size of the portable air compressors when making your choice. If the weight is too large, you may have trouble carrying it from place to place.
Another benefit of using oil-lubricated air compressors is their reduced need for oil. These models can last up to a decade longer than oil-free counterparts. Oil-free air compressors are more affordable and can achieve the same high performance as their oil-lubricated counterparts. Many industrial applications benefit from these air compressors. So, which 1 is right for you? We’ve listed a few of them below.
Another benefit of choosing an oil-lubricated air compressor is the reduced cost of maintenance. This type is more durable than its oil-lubricated counterparts, which require regular oil changes to keep them running smoothly. However, it is not feasible to transport an oil-lubricated compressor, which means that you must install it permanently to keep it working efficiently. In addition, these air compressors are difficult to move and are not portable, which can limit your ability to use it in a pinch.

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