Medicinal air compressor Airmil's

  • Medicinal air plants
  • Lubricated and oil-free technology
  • Soundproof or standard version
  • Fit to NF EN ISO 7396-1 Standard, HTM BS and NFPA
  • Compact design for a simplified installation
  • Low noise level
  • Air treatment system with adsorption air dryer SEC 7HC type
  • Integrated hygrometry sensor
  • Air quality complying with European Monograph
  • Integrated network alarm
  • CYCLIC 2020 or PROCOM 2 control device
  • Ready-to-run plants
  • Scroll, piston, screw versions

Model

Power kW

50 / 60 Hz

Flow rate *

m³.h-1

50 / 60 Hz

Dimension

L х d х h

Noise level

dB(A)

Weight

kg

MAX air pressure

kgf / cm², bar

4 КOS

0,75

3,6

 510х300х480

52

26

7

9 КOS

1,5

9

510х480х420

60

38

7

15КOS

2,2

15

510х560х430

60

47

7

6 K 1S

1,1

6

510х340х560

62

35

10

17 K 1S

2,4

17

600х480х450

65

50

10

23 K 1S

3

23

670х480х510

66

60

10

35 K 1S

4

35

670х680х570

68

85

10

Standard power supplies

  • 3-phase, 400V+N+E / 50Hz
  • Other tensions and frequencies on request

Screw compressors are positive displacement compressors which deliver gas flows without pulsation. This simplifies the pipe work around the compressor.  Rotary compressors are classified as positive displacement or dynamic compressors. A positive displacement compressor utilizes gas volume reduction to increase gas pressure. Examples of this type of compressor include rotary screw, lobe and vane compressors

Oil-flooded screw compressors are covered in the latest edition of API Standard 619 issued in 2004. Both oil-free and oil-flooded screw compressors have been expanding into process gas compression applications.

High reliability, low maintenance costs, simple foundations, low operational costs, low initial costs, low consumed power at unloaded condition, and suitability for process fluctuation such as gas composition and pressure are some of the basic attributes of the rotary screw compressors. These attributes have resulted in a significant demand for such machines, primarily as an alternate to reciprocating compressors.