HOW DOES AN OIL LUBRICATED AIR COMPRESSOR WORK?
In the oil lubricated air compressors, the air is sucked via a suction filter into the air end which houses the screw rotor element. The atmospheric air is then compressed inside the air end and stored in an air receiver tank. The constant movement of the screw element is made possible and seamless due to bearings and lubricating oil media.
ELGi’s range of oil-lubricated rotary screw compressors provides reliable performance leading to maximum profitability, ease of operation, and maintenance.