OIL-FREE BOOSTER COMPRESSOR
OIL-FREE BOOSTER COMPRESSOR 60Hz (SBC15)
- The supercharger operates differently from the air compressor. It sucks in the air provided by the air compressor for a secondary air compression.
- Small size taking little space;
- Oil-free compression for non-polluted air source;
- Installed at the tube end to reduce the pressure of the air source so as to extend the service life of the tubes;
- Solving the problems of insufficient pressure at tube ends faced by large-scale factories;
- Reducing the air source pressure of large-size air compressors to save power consumption;
- Working with compact nitrogen compressors to increase the operational efficiency
|Pressure range||2 ~ 4 kg|
|5kg flow rate||6~8 kg|
|8kg flow rate||300L/min|
|Ambient temperature range||-10° ~ 40°|
What’s the difference between the supercharger and air compressor?
The air compressor sucks in the ambient atmosphere for compression, while the supercharger sucks in the air compressed by the air compressor for secondary compression.
What’s the usage of the supercharger?
The supercharger can solve the problem of instable air pressure commonly seen in factories, reduce the excessive power consumption by the air compressor, and increase the pressure of special air in use.
How does the supercharger stabilize the working pressure?
The air compressor is installed at the forefront of the air source, supplying compressed air throughout the entire plant. However, the pressure is usually very weak at the far ends of the installation, and therefore the supercharger is installed at the ends of the pipelines to suck in the compressed air and make up the insufficient pressure up to 8kg.(Without the supercharger, the air pressure is instable at the ends of the pipelines in the plant)
Is it possible to add low-power air compressors to stabilize the air pressure in the plant?
In terms of the overall cost, the spending of power consumption is much higher that the device itself, so adding low-power air compressors does solve the low air pressure issues, but the electricity bill will be substantially increased.
How to use the supercharger in order to save energy?
The air compressor is a highly energy-consuming device, and reducing its power consumption will save the electricity bill substantially. In general, the plant uses compressed air mostly to spray off iron scraps, and 5kg pressure is enough to do the job. Therefore, a 6kg pressure setting at the air source will suffice the operation. The reduction of every 1kg pressure can save 7%-9% power consumption. Use the supercharger to partially increase the air pressure in the plant only when a high air-pressure high torque pneumatic tool is used. (Reducing the pressure of the air compressor to save power consumption by using the supercharger to partially boost the air pressure in the plant)
What’s the difference between the high-pressure cylinder and supercharger?
The air compressor is electrically driven, while the high-pressure cylinder is pneumatically driven and therefore has the air consumption issues. Its 100L/min intake and 50L/min output is also a high energy-consuming operation, especially when used to compress special gases, resulting in a low cost-performance value.
Does the supercharger used to compress a special gas produce consistent density of the compressed gas?
The inner structure of the air compressor is solidly sealed to prevent intake of external air outside the pipelines and avoid waste of excessive high-cost gases, making it an ideal candidate for cost efficient operations.