Mark Screw Rotary Screw Compressors
Quiet by design, the MSM can be installed almost anywhere in the workshop, without disturbing your working environment. Base mounted or tank mounted, with or without dryer and ﬁlters, the MSM is a complete solution for your business.
Main technical features of the Mark Screw Compressor series:
- Small Footprint – The range is ideal to be installed close to your place of use or as an extension of your existing air system
- Complete Solution – Save space and money with tank mounted installations including dryer and filters. A complete solution not only saves costs on installation, but also reduces the risk of air leakages in your workshop
Rotary Screw compressors FAQS
What is a rotary screw compressor?
A rotary screw compressor is used in the production process in certain industries such as trade and workshop, manufacturing, tools and others. They are used to supply good quality compressed air over long periods of time and operationally, can be used manually to increase or decrease air pressure.
What is it used for?
If you have a business that is in manufacturing, you need a rotary screw compressor. It keeps instruments cool as well and has some temperature control uses. Just about any tool that requires air compression to be used can be hooked onto this type of compressor. If you work in a garage, you can use these compressors for jacks, bolt tools and other things such as painting cars.
How does a rotary screw air compressor work?
Unlike a piston compressor, a rotary compressor uses internal rotary screws to create high pressure and thrust this air around the tools and instruments you are using. They function by trapping air between two meshed rotors, which immediately means they reduce the volume of the air they suck in and this results in the compressed air. They can be used to inflate tires, take screws off a tyre and be used in several other applications.
The system flow process can be summed up in 9 steps
- The atmospheric air will enter into the inlet valve
- The air will travel through the pressure line to a valve on a regulator, this will set the pressure for the whole system
- The air is then mixed with oil, and then compressed by the rotors in the air end.
- The air mixed with the oil, exits the discharge hose
- The air then enters the oil separator tank, and retrieves most of the oil from the air
- The enters the section filter, which catches the remaining oil in the aid.
- The air is then collected into the tank
- The oil is moved into the oil cooled and the temperature brought down, and then it goes to the oil filter
- The oil catches all the debris and is recycled into the scavenge line.
Advantages of rotary air compressors
They have a higher and consistent pressure, more so than piston air compressors. They also have fewer moving parts than a piston compressor, which does mean they are often more reliable. The cost efficiency is up to 35% and yet they are also far more compact than their contemporaries. The costs to maintain are also lower, as you would expect from something that is less complex in design, fewer moving parts and the smaller overall package. The noise level is just 72dB, so it’s easily something that your employees would enjoy working with all day long.
Why buy a Mark compressor
Our Mark rotary compressors are cutting edge, designed with longevity and performance in mind. Our compressors are small and far more reliable than any piston compressor on the market. If you need high pressure air that can be used by multiple workers at the same time and never lose pressure, we believe our Mark compressors are going to satisfy your needs.
We have worked closely with many business owners that have very specific needs. Because we have designed our compressors with multiple industries and applications in mind, we have always risen to the challenges put before us. Our MSL 2.2-15 kW is one of the smallest packages in the rotary screw compressor market. Yet is incredibly durable, energy efficient and reliable.
Don’t hesitate to contact us and fire any questions our way. We’re open and happy to help you at any time. If you have a question about our design, efficiency and or costs, just email or phone us right away and we can inform you about any query you may have.
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