Variable Speed Screw Air Compressor
A variable speed screw air compressor is a type of rotary screw compressor that uses a variable speed drive (VSD) to control the speed of the compressor unit. This allows the compressor to adjust its output according to the demand for compressed air, which can increase efficiency and reduce energy consumption.
In a variable speed screw air compressor, the electric motor is connected to a variable speed drive, which controls the speed of the compressor unit. The compressor unit contains the rotors that compress the air. The compressed air is then cooled and filtered before it is stored in the storage tank.
Variable speed screw compressors are known for their high efficiency, reliability, and low maintenance requirements. They are also relatively quiet and can be easily integrated into an existing air system. Additionally, the variable speed drive allows the compressor to adjust its output according to the demand for compressed air, which can increase efficiency and reduce energy consumption.
However, variable speed screw compressors can be relatively expensive and may not be suitable for all applications. They also require advanced controls and monitoring systems to operate effectively.
Some of the advantages of variable speed screw air compressors are as follows:
- High efficiency
- Low maintenance
- Quiet operation
- Variable speed drive allows the compressor to adjust its output according to the demand for compressed air
- Suitable for various industries
|Unit of Measure
|Unit of Price
|270-2550 Kilograms (kg)
|1060-2550 Millimeter (mm)
|600-1550 Millimeter (mm)
|Air Flow Capacity
|10-847 Cubic Meter (m3)
|950-1900 Millimeter (mm)
|VFD Screw Air compressor
|Main Export Market(s)
|10 Per Week
|Main Domestic Market
|Cash in Advance (CID)