Vanair Airtek Systems

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What is a rotary screw compressor?

Rotary screw air compressors consist of a male and female rotor. These rotors are precision machined to very tight tolerances and rotate at very high speed. Air is delivered to the rotor thru an inlet valve. As the rotors turn they begin to compress air and continue compression to the discharge housing on the air compressor.

Do I need an air reservoir with a screw compressor?

No. Rotary screw air compressors are positive displacement pumps Air is generated on demand as the inlet valve opens.

The rotary screw air compressor s rotors are immersed in an oil bath. Heat is generated during compression and is absorbed by the compressor oil. This oil is circulated thru a cooler and returned to the compressor.

Vanair utilizes cutting edge technology in the rotary screw compressor product line. Design life exceeds 100,000 hours and exceeds truck life by a 5:1 factor.

Lower cost, enhances maneuverability of vehicle in congested areas, eliminates redundant PM s associated with two engines, eliminates theft from job site, eliminates multiple vehicles at job site, increases utilization of truck chassis.

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Vanair compressors will outperform portables with a similar CFM rating due to the advantage of utilizing the vehicles higher output drive train.

Vanair offers products ranging from 20 CFM to 1000 CFM

Rotary screw air compressors are designed for long life in severe operating conditions. Rotary Screws have significantly higher CFM ratings than Reciprocating compressors and provide pulse free air on demand. Reciprocals typically perform well only to about 50CFM.

Typical PTO installations are completed on vehicles with a PTO provision or opening on the main transmission.

The Vanair Split Shaft driven compressors are made for vehicles where the transmission does not have a PTO opening or where the PTO opening is already occupied.

Vehicles equipped with a main transmission PTO provision should always be considered for a side mount application. Non-PTO transmissions are candidates for split shaft designs. Manual transmissions and Allison automatics provide ample horsepower and torque thru puts for all but very high CFM requirements.

Please refer to the air tool consumption guide on this website to determine CFM capacities. If you will use multiple tools simultaneously, the air consumption is additive when determining the required CFM.

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Most pneumatic tools are rated at 90-110 psi. Higher pressures delivered to tools rated at 90 -110 psi will only shorten tool life. Please refer to the air tool consumption guide on this website.

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