Behsan Piston Compressor
A reciprocating compressor, also known as a reciprocating compressor, works with the help of large pistons driven by a crankshaft. These are more traditional types of compressors with lots of moving parts. This design also has disadvantages, as it increases friction and heat. This makes them less reliable and more prone to failure, as well as requiring more maintenance.
Size is also a fundamental issue in reciprocating compressors. Piston compressors are slightly larger than screw compressors. This extra size is necessary to properly cycle the compressor and prevent extra wear and tear. Larger size requires foundation and injection due to vibrations and unbalanced forces.
By using new technologies in compressors, maintenance costs can be saved by 35-40% and energy consumption by 20-30%.
By quickly reacting to changes in pressure and air consumption, they have the ability to set constant pressure in the outlet air
By using Inverter technology, the compressor is turned on and off slowly and energy consumption is saved.
With the smart system, the number of times to turn on and off is very low
These compressors are quick and easy to install and operate, and are capable of operating at maximum capacity for an unlimited period of time