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China manufacturer 75 Kw 100HP Oil Free Oilless Rotary Screw Air Compressor with high quality

Product Description

Industrial Silent/Mute Medical Dry Oil Free Oilless Direct Drive Rotary Double Screw Type Air Compressor Advantages

1.Clean air 100% oil-free, class 0 oil free air according to ISO8537-1  
 
2.Adopt GHH air end made in Germany
 
3.Technology patent used in oil free compressed air system
 
4.Significant energy saving, environmental-friendly and pollution-free
 
5.Low operation and maintenance cost
 
6.Powerful MAM microcomputer controller and touch screen
 
7.Designed especially for medical, pharmacy, instrument, coating, chemical industry and food processing, etc. 

DENAIR Dry Type Oil Free Screw Air Compressor In Hannover Messe 2017
 

DENAIR Class 0 Certification

Comparison between dry oil free compressor and lubricated screw air compressor

Dry Type Oil-free Air Compressor Technical Parameters

Model Maximum working pressure Capacity(FAD)* Installed
motor
power
Cooling Method Noise Level** Dimensions
(mm)
Weight Air  Outlet Pipe Diameter
50 Hz 60 Hz
bar(e) psig m³/min cfm m³/min cfm kW hp dB(A) L W H kG
DWW-55 7 102 9.35 330 8.06 285 55 75 Air Cooling W-water Cooling 74 2000 1200 1650 1900 G1-1/2″
8 116 9.17 324 8.04 284 55 75 74 2000 1200 1650 1900 G1-1/2″
10 145 8.11 286 7.05 249 55 75 74 2000 1200 1650 1900 G1-1/2″
DWW-55W 7 102 9.35 330 8.06 285 55 75 74 2000 1200 1650 1800 G1-1/2″
8 116 9.17 324 8.04 284 55 75 74 2000 1200 1650 1800 G1-1/2″
10 145 8.11 286 7.05 249 55 75 74 2000 1200 1650 1800 G1-1/2″
DWW-75 7 102 12.71 449 11.56 408 75 100 74 2000 1200 1650 2100 DN50
8 116 11.78 416 11.53 407 75 100 74 2000 1200 1650 2100 DN50
10 145 11.57 409 10.11 357 75 100 74 2000 1200 1650 2100 DN50
DWW-75W 7 102 12.71 449 11.56 408 75 100 74 2000 1200 1650 2000 DN50
8 116 11.78 416 11.53 407 75 100 74 2000 1200 1650 2000 DN50
10 145 11.57 409 10.11 357 75 100 74 2000 1200 1650 2000 DN50
DWW-90 7 102 14.6 515 13.61 480 90 120 76 2800 1800 1860 2800 DN50
8 116 14.32 506 13.47 476 90 120 76 2800 1800 1860 2800 DN50
10 145 13.55 478 12.5 441 90 120 76 2800 1800 1860 2800 DN50
DWW-90W 7 102 14.6 515 13.61 480 90 120 76 2800 1800 1860 2180 DN50
8 116 14.32 506 13.47 476 90 120 76 2800 1800 1860 2180 DN50
10 145 13.55 478 12.5 441 90 120 76 2800 1800 1860 2180 DN50
DWW-110 7 102 20.27 716 N/A*** N/A*** 110 150 78 2800 1800 1860 3200 DN65
8 116 19.03 672 N/A*** N/A*** 110 150 78 2800 1800 1860 3200 DN65
10 145 16.65 588 15.57 550 110 150 78 2800 1800 1860 3200 DN65
DWW-110W 7 102 20.27 716 N/A*** N/A*** 110 150 78 2800 1800 1860 3050 DN65
8 116 19.03 672 N/A*** N/A*** 110 150 78 2800 1800 1860 3050 DN65
10 145 16.65 588 15.57 550 110 150 78 2800 1800 1860 3050 DN65
DWW-132 7 102 23.94 845 20.09 709 132 175 78 2800 1800 1860 3340 DN65
8 116 22.47 793 19.87 702 132 175 78 2800 1800 1860 3340 DN65
10 145 20.19 713 N/A*** N/A*** 132 175 78 2800 1800 1860 3340 DN65
DWW-132W 7 102 23.94 845 20.48 723 132 175 78 2800 1800 1860 3170 DN65
8 116 22.47 793 20.26 715 132 175 78 2800 1800 1860 3170 DN65
10 145 20.19 713 19.82 700 132 175 78 2800 1800 1860 3170 DN65
DWW-160 7 102 27.26 962 25.47 899 160 215 78 2800 1800 1860 3700 DN65
8 116 25.86 913 25.17 889 160 215 78 2800 1800 1860 3700 DN65
10 145 23.87 843 23.18 819 160 215 78 2800 1800 1860 3700 DN65
DWW-160W 7 102 27.26 962 25.47 899 160 215 78 2800 1800 1860 3300 DN65
8 116 25.86 913 25.17 889 160 215 78 2800 1800 1860 3300 DN65
10 145 23.87 843 23.8 819 160 215 78 2800 1800 1860 3300 DN65
DWW-185 7 102 30.19 1066 28.88 1571 185 250 78 2800 1800 1860 3900 DN65
8 116 29.53 1043 28.3 999 185 250 78 2800 1800 1860 3900 DN65
10 145 27.2 960 27.17 960 185 250 78 2800 1800 1860 3900 DN65
DWW-185W 7 102 30.19 1066 28.88 1571 185 250 78 2800 1800 1860 3460 DN65
8 116 29.53 1043 28.3 999 185 250 78 2800 1800 1860 3460 DN65
10 145 27.2 960 27.17 960 185 250 78 2800 1800 1860 3460 DN65
DWW-200W 7 102 36.41 1286 31.14 1100 200 270 78 3100 2150 2200 4300 DN100
8 116 33.86 1196 30.52 1078 200 270 78 3100 2150 2200 4300 DN100
10 145 30.35 1071 28.82 1018 200 270 78 3100 2150 2200 4300 DN100
DWW-220W 7 102 38.99 1377 37.54 1325 220 300 78 3100 2150 2200 4500 DN100
8 116 37.93 1339 36.78 1299 220 300 78 3100 2150 2200 4500 DN100
10 145 33.79 1193 31.08 1097 220 300 78 3100 2150 2200 4500 DN100
DWW-250W 7 102 47.26 1669 41.53 1466 250 350 78 3100 2150 2200 4550 DN100
8 116 43.31 1529 40.69 1437 250 350 78 3100 2150 2200 4550 DN100
10 145 38.88 1373 37.43 1322 250 350 78 3100 2150 2200 4550 DN100
DWW-280W 7 102 51.04 1802 N/A*** N/A*** 280 375 80 3400 2400 2200 4800 DN100
8 116 47.24 1668 N/A*** N/A*** 280 375 80 3400 2400 2200 4800 DN100
10 145 43.26 1528 41.4 1462 280 375 80 3400 2400 2200 4800 DN100
DWW-315W 7 102 52.03 1837 N/A*** N/A*** 315 425 80 3400 2400 2200 5000 DN100
8 116 51.04 1802 N/A*** N/A*** 315 425 80 3400 2400 2200 5000 DN100
10 145 47.18 1666 N/A*** N/A*** 315 425 80 3400 2400 2200 5000 DN100

Low Pressure Dry Type Oil-free Air Compressor Technical Parameters

Model Maximum working pressure Capacity(FAD)* Installed
motor
power
Cooling Method Noise Level** Dimensions
(mm)
Weight Air
Outlet Pipe Diameter
50 Hz 60 Hz
bar(e) psig m³/min cfm m³/min cfm kW hp dB(A) L W H kG
DWL-55-2 2.5 37 15.33 541 14.4 508 55 75 Air Cooling W-water Cooling 69 2100 1500 1790 2500 DN100
DWL-55-3 3.5 51 12.78 451 10.85 383 55 75 69 2100 1500 1790 2500 DN100
DWL-75-2 2.5 37 19.92 703 19.85 701 75 100 69 2100 1500 1790 2650 DN100
DWL-75-3 3.5 51 16.3 575 15.86 560 75 100 69 2100 1500 1790 2650 DN100
DWL-90-2 2.5 37 26.07 921 26.28 928 90 120 72 2800 1800 1860 2750 DN100
DWL-90-3 3.5 51 19.54 690 18.3 646 90 120 72 2100 1500 1790 2750 DN100
DWL-110(W)-2 2.5 37 33.16 1171 29.82 1053 110 150 72 3100 2150 2200 3500 DN150
DWL-110(W)-3 3.5 51 25.6 904 23.9 884 110 150 72 2800 1800 1860 3000 DN150
DWL-132(W)-2 2.5 37 40.24 1421 36.99 1271 132 175 72 3100 2150 2200 3600 DN150
DWL-132(W)-3 3.5 51 27.23 961 29.43 1039 132 175 72 2800 1800 1860 3100 DN150
DWL-160(W)-2 2.5 37 49.42 1745 45.2 1596 160 215 76 3100 2150 2200 3900 DN150
DWL-160(W)-3 3.5 51 35.75 1262 35.12 1240 160 215 76 3100 2150 2200 3800 DN150
DWL-185(W)-2 2.5 37 56.02 1989 52.71 1861 185 250 79 3400 2400 2200 4100 DN150
DWL-185(W)-3 3.5 51 42.21 1490 40.28 1422 185 250 79 3400 2400 2200 4000 DN150

*) FAD in accordance with ISO 1217 : 2009, Annex C: Absolute intake pressure 1 bar (a), cooling and air intake temperature 20 °C
**) Noise level as per ISO 2151 and the basic standard ISO 9614-2, operation at maximum operating pressure and maximum speed; tolerance: ± 3 dB(A)
***) TBD-To Be Discussed
****) W-Water cooling

DENAIR Factory

Why Choose DENAIR ?
1.Original Germany AERZEN/DENAIR air end,larger air delivery,lower noise.

2. Oil free screw air compressor Pass CE, ISO9001 Quality Certification

3. One of 3 biggest air compressor manufacturer in China

4. Complete before-on-after sales service

5. Immediate reply or solution by email or call
6.Special oil gas separator with patents

7.High efficiency motor, up to 96%

FAQ

Q1: Are you factory or trade company?  
A1: We are factory.

Q2: What the exactly address of your factory? 
A2:No. 366, YangzhuangBang Street, Pingxing Rd., Xindai Town, HangZhou, ZHangZhoug Province, China. 

Q3: Warranty terms of your machine? 
A3: Two years warranty for the machine and technical support according to your needs.

Q4: Will you provide some spare parts of the machines? 
A4: Yes, of course.

Q5: How long will you take to arrange production? 
A5: 380V 50HZ we can delivery the goods within 10 days. Other electricity or other color we will delivery within 22 days

Q6: Can you accept OEM orders? 
A6: Yes, with professional design team, OEM orders are highly welcome

Lubrication Style: Oil-free
Cooling System: Air Cooling and Water Cooling
Power Source: AC Power
Cylinder Position: Vertical
Structure Type: Closed Type
Installation Type: Stationary Type
Customization:
Available

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What are the differences between stationary and portable air compressors?

Stationary and portable air compressors are two common types of air compressors with distinct features and applications. Here are the key differences between them:

1. Mobility:

The primary difference between stationary and portable air compressors is their mobility. Stationary air compressors are designed to be permanently installed in a fixed location, such as a workshop or a factory. They are typically larger, heavier, and not easily movable. On the other hand, portable air compressors are smaller, lighter, and equipped with handles or wheels for easy transportation. They can be moved from one location to another, making them suitable for jobsites, construction sites, and other mobile applications.

2. Power Source:

Another difference lies in the power source used by stationary and portable air compressors. Stationary compressors are usually powered by electricity, as they are designed for continuous operation in a fixed location with access to power outlets. They are connected to the electrical grid or have dedicated wiring. In contrast, portable compressors are available in various power options, including electric, gasoline, and diesel engines. This versatility allows them to operate in remote areas or sites without readily available electricity.

3. Tank Capacity:

Tank capacity is also a distinguishing factor between stationary and portable air compressors. Stationary compressors often have larger storage tanks to store compressed air for extended periods. The larger tanks enable them to deliver a continuous and steady supply of compressed air for longer durations without the need for frequent cycling. Portable compressors, due to their compact size and portability, generally have smaller tank capacities, which may be sufficient for intermittent or smaller-scale applications.

4. Performance and Output:

The performance and output capabilities of stationary and portable air compressors can vary. Stationary compressors are typically designed for high-volume applications that require a consistent and continuous supply of compressed air. They often have higher horsepower ratings, larger motor sizes, and higher air delivery capacities. Portable compressors, while generally offering lower horsepower and air delivery compared to their stationary counterparts, are still capable of delivering sufficient air for a range of applications, including pneumatic tools, inflation tasks, and light-duty air-powered equipment.

5. Noise Level:

Noise level is an important consideration when comparing stationary and portable air compressors. Stationary compressors, being larger and built for industrial or commercial settings, are often equipped with noise-reducing features such as sound insulation and vibration dampening. They are designed to operate at lower noise levels, which is crucial for maintaining a comfortable working environment. Portable compressors, while efforts are made to reduce noise, may produce higher noise levels due to their compact size and portability.

6. Price and Cost:

Stationary and portable air compressors also differ in terms of price and cost. Stationary compressors are generally more expensive due to their larger size, higher power output, and industrial-grade construction. They often require professional installation and may involve additional costs such as electrical wiring and system setup. Portable compressors, being smaller and more versatile, tend to have a lower upfront cost. They are suitable for individual users, contractors, and small businesses with budget constraints or flexible air supply needs.

When selecting between stationary and portable air compressors, it is essential to consider the specific requirements of the intended application, such as mobility, power source availability, air demands, and noise considerations. Understanding these differences will help in choosing the appropriate type of air compressor for the intended use.

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How do you troubleshoot common air compressor problems?

Troubleshooting common air compressor problems can help identify and resolve issues that may affect the performance and functionality of the compressor. Here are some steps to troubleshoot common air compressor problems:

1. No Power:

  • Check the power source and ensure the compressor is properly plugged in.
  • Inspect the circuit breaker or fuse box to ensure it hasn’t tripped or blown.
  • Verify that the compressor’s power switch or control panel is turned on.

2. Low Air Pressure:

  • Check the air pressure gauge on the compressor. If the pressure is below the desired level, the compressor might not be building up enough pressure.
  • Inspect for air leaks in the system. Leaks can cause a drop in pressure. Listen for hissing sounds or use a soapy water solution to identify the location of leaks.
  • Ensure the compressor’s intake filter is clean and not clogged, as this can restrict airflow and reduce pressure.

3. Excessive Noise or Vibration:

  • Inspect the compressor’s mounting and foundation to ensure it is secure and stable. Loose mounts can cause excessive noise and vibration.
  • Check for loose or damaged components, such as belts, pulleys, or motor mounts. Tighten or replace as necessary.
  • Verify that the compressor’s cooling system, such as the fan or fins, is clean and free from obstructions. Overheating can lead to increased noise and vibration.

4. Air Leaks:

  • Inspect all connections, valves, fittings, and hoses for leaks. Tighten or replace any loose or damaged components.
  • Apply a soapy water solution to suspected areas and look for bubbles. Bubbles indicate air leaks.
  • Consider using thread sealant or Teflon tape on threaded connections to ensure a proper seal.

5. Excessive Moisture in Compressed Air:

  • Check the compressor’s drain valve and ensure it is functioning properly. Open the valve to release any accumulated moisture.
  • Inspect and clean the compressor’s moisture separator or air dryer, if equipped.
  • Consider installing additional filtration or drying equipment to remove moisture from the compressed air system.

6. Motor Overheating:

  • Ensure the compressor’s cooling system is clean and unobstructed.
  • Check the motor’s air intake vents and clean any dust or debris that may be blocking airflow.
  • Verify that the compressor is not being operated in an excessively hot environment.
  • Check the motor’s lubrication levels and ensure they are within the manufacturer’s recommended range.
  • Consider using a thermal overload protector to prevent the motor from overheating.

If troubleshooting these common problems does not resolve the issue, it may be necessary to consult the manufacturer’s manual or seek assistance from a qualified technician. Regular maintenance, such as cleaning, lubrication, and inspection, can also help prevent common problems and ensure the optimal performance of the air compressor.

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How does an air compressor work?

An air compressor works by using mechanical energy to compress and pressurize air, which is then stored and used for various applications. Here’s a detailed explanation of how an air compressor operates:

1. Air Intake: The air compressor draws in ambient air through an intake valve or filter. The air may pass through a series of filters to remove contaminants such as dust, dirt, and moisture, ensuring the compressed air is clean and suitable for its intended use.

2. Compression: The intake air enters a compression chamber, typically consisting of one or more pistons or a rotating screw mechanism. As the piston moves or the screw rotates, the volume of the compression chamber decreases, causing the air to be compressed. This compression process increases the pressure and reduces the volume of the air.

3. Pressure Build-Up: The compressed air is discharged into a storage tank or receiver where it is held at a high pressure. The tank allows the compressed air to be stored for later use and helps to maintain a consistent supply of compressed air, even during periods of high demand.

4. Pressure Regulation: Air compressors often have a pressure regulator that controls the output pressure of the compressed air. This allows the user to adjust the pressure according to the requirements of the specific application. The pressure regulator ensures that the compressed air is delivered at the desired pressure level.

5. Release and Use: When compressed air is needed, it is released from the storage tank or receiver through an outlet valve or connection. The compressed air can then be directed to the desired application, such as pneumatic tools, air-operated machinery, or other pneumatic systems.

6. Continued Operation: The air compressor continues to operate as long as there is a demand for compressed air. When the pressure in the storage tank drops below a certain level, the compressor automatically starts again to replenish the compressed air supply.

Additionally, air compressors may include various components such as pressure gauges, safety valves, lubrication systems, and cooling mechanisms to ensure efficient and reliable operation.

In summary, an air compressor works by drawing in air, compressing it to increase its pressure, storing the compressed air, regulating the output pressure, and releasing it for use in various applications. This process allows for the generation of a continuous supply of compressed air for a wide range of industrial, commercial, and personal uses.

China manufacturer 75 Kw 100HP Oil Free Oilless Rotary Screw Air Compressor   with high qualityChina manufacturer 75 Kw 100HP Oil Free Oilless Rotary Screw Air Compressor   with high quality
editor by CX 2023-10-19