A single-stage reciprocating air compressor uses a single piston to compress air in a single stroke. These compressors are typically used for low to moderate-pressure applications and are commonly found in small workshops, automotive maintenance, and other applications that require smaller air volumes. They are simple, durable, and cost-effective.
Crankshaft:The overhung crankshaft, manufactured from a special steel material, is carefully ground to ensure minimal vibration. It features a replaceable crankpin bush for enhanced durability. The crankshaft is meticulously balanced and operates on two ball bearings, contributing to smooth and stable performance.
Cylinder:We construct our cylinders from a unique cast iron material and design them with deep radial fins on the outer side, enabling quick heat dissipation. Each cylinder is individually cast and precision-bored to ensure optimal functionality and smooth operation.
Connecting Rod:The connecting rod is meticulously machined to precise specifications, forming a solid one-piece construction that eliminates the need for adjustments. It incorporates integral splash lubrication, ensuring efficient lubrication throughout the operation.
Piston:Our pistons are meticulously manufactured to achieve equalization and balance. Depending on the model, we make the cylinders from either aluminum or cast iron material. Each piston equips with compression and oil control rings to optimize efficiency and performance.
Valve:Our compressors have stainless steel finger valves that undergo heat treatment for increased durability. These quick-acting valves utilize concentric disc valve plates and springs made from high-quality steel. They provide a large flow area, improving valve life and performance. Additionally, the valve design facilitates easy removal and servicing when required.