SCREW AIR COMPRESSORS
Here at Griffin Air Systems, we have over 50 years of experience providing compressed air solutions to a diverse industry base. You can find a range of rotary screw air compressors available for purchase to help you achieve a more energy efficient air system.
Rotary Screw Compressors Explained
Rotary screw air compressors are powerful and efficient machines that can be used in a range of environments, such as manufacturing plants, construction sites, and automotive workshops. Composed of two interlocking helical rotors, they compress the air via positive displacement. As the rotors rotate, the air is drawn in and trapped, reducing volume and increasing pressure.
Working with a continuous cycle, screw compressors are known for being able to reliably deliver a constant supply of compressed air, thus improving operation efficiency. With their high output, durability, low maintenance requirements, and energy efficiency, rotary screw air compressors have become indispensable tools in modern industrial operations.
Benefits of Screw Air Compressors
Finding the right air compressor for your business’ needs can be tricky. You will need to take into consideration how the unit functions as well as its energy efficiency and maintenance costs. Screw air compressors are known for having a wide range of benefits. Operating with positive displacement, they provide a continuous airflow which is ideal for large-scale manufacturing processes.
Some key benefits of rotary screw air compressors are:
- Continuous operation
- Easy to maintain
- Compact design
- Reliable & versatile
Why Choose Griffin?
Here at Griffin, we offer a range of services from air demand surveys, system design, and installation to total oil-free compressor servicing and end-of-life replacement. Our Griffin team always works with professionalism and courtesy toward every single one of our customers, providing the highest standard of service and bringing them the solutions they need. Our engineers and dedicated call team work meticulously to find you the best solution for your system.
Benefits of Our Service
- Optimised operational reliability and availability
- Lower energy costs
- Long-term value retention and return on investment
- Ensuring compliance with current legislation and national regulation
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Get the Right Air Compressor For Your Needs
Here at Griffin, we stock a wide range of new air compressors, along with a range of pre-owned, used systems, depending on your financial requirements. We also supply a range of air compressor models available for leasing, purchase, or rental. We can even supply pipework and air filters for all the leading air compressor brands and provide entire system servicing and repairs. Get in touch with a member of our team to order yours today.
Low Cost Air Compressor FAQs
Discover all the information about our range of budget air compressors in our frequently asked questions. If you’d like to learn more or have any further questions about our product range and services, don’t hesitate to get in touch.
How does a screw type air compressor work?
A screw air compressor operates on the principle of positive displacement. It consists of two helical shape male and female rotors, or screws, that intermesh closely within a sealed chamber. As the rotors rotate, the air is drawn into the compressor through the inlet port. The air then gets trapped in the space between the rotors and the compressor housing, progressively compressing the air. The volume of the chamber decreases as the rotors rotate, leading to the compression of the trapped air. The compressed air is then discharged through the outlet port.
Does a rotary screw compressor need a tank?
Yes, a rotary screw air compressor requires a tank to store the compressed air it generates. The tank serves several important functions, including stabilising the air pressure, accommodating sudden demand surges, separating moisture from the compressed air, and improving energy efficiency. While there are some variations of screw compressors that can operate without a tank (known as tankless or base-load compressors), having a tank offers numerous advantages in terms of performance, stability, and operational efficiency.
Can screw compressors be repaired?
Yes, rotary screw air compressors can be repaired. Like any mechanical system, they can experience wear and tear, component failures, or operational issues over time. The repair process typically involves diagnosing the problem, identifying the faulty components, and replacing or repairing them as necessary. Common repair tasks for rotary screw air compressors may include changing oil and filters, replacing worn or damaged parts, such as seals, bearings, belts, and valves, or replacement of worn sensors.