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Compressor Technology
   Compressor Technology       
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   Axial       Multiple-blade rotor imparts axial velocity which is converted to pressure; very high flow rates. 
   Blower       Dynamic head is imparted to the gas by means of high-speed impellers rotating in a confining case. Blowers are available in axial flow, radial, or centrifugal configurations. 
   Centrifugal       High-speed impeller produces radial airflow; velocity converted to pressure energy. 
   Diaphragm       Diaphragm oscillation driven by rod; no sliding seals or parts. 
   Linear       Linear compressors have no sliding parts; compression is generated with electromagnetic oscillation. This type of compressor is clean and quiet. 
   Reciprocating Piston       Piston mechanically reduces air volume inside cylinder. 
   Rotary Lobe       Gas is moved by the positive displacement of two rotating lobes confined in an eccentric cylinder. 
   Rotary Screw       Rotating, helical screw compresses air prior to discharge; provides even flow at relatively low pressures. Wet or dry screw types are utilized. 
   Other       Other unlisted compressor configuration. 
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Compressor Specifications
   Inlet Temperature       Range of suction or inlet temperature that the compressor can handle. 
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   Inlet / Suction Pressure:       Range of suction or inlet pressure that the compressor can handle. 
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   Discharge / Operating Pressure:       The ranges of pressure that the compressor can supply. Units are typically referenced to one atmosphere (as in psig or psi gauge). Maximum flow may not occur at maximum pressure. 
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   Flow Capacity:       The capacity the unit or system is capable of moving in terms of flow rate. 
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   Horse Power       Rated power of turbine, electric motor, or reciprocating engine driving compressor pump. 
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Power Source
   Power Source       
   Your choices are...         
   Air / Pneumatic       The compressor pump is pneumatically driven. 
   AC Single Phase       Typical single phase voltages include 115V/60Hz and 230V/50Hz. 
   AC Three Phase       Many industrial devices run from three-phase power, such as 208V or 377V. 
   DC       DC power includes battery power or higher-voltage power from a power supply. 
   Diesel       Diesel engine drives compressor pump. 
   Gasoline       Gasoline engine drives compressor pump. 
   Gas Turbine       Compressor is driven by a gas turbine, which are turbines where combusted gas or fuel moves a series of vanes to providing driving power. 
   Hydraulic       Hydraulic oil pressure is used to activate a hydraulic motor and provide rotary power. 
   Natural Gas       Natural gas engine powers compressor pump. 
   Other       Unlisted power source for compressor pump. 
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Lubrication Style
   Lubrication Style       
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   Oil-less       Permanently sealed bearings, low-friction compression components, and separation of process air from pump mechanics eliminate oil in air output. Oil-less is a term applied to compressors that contain no oil. Used for medical or more critical no-oil applications. 
   Oil-free       An oil-free (dry) compressor will have no lubrication on the compression chamber side of the machine. This may not result in oil-free compressed air due to the fact that the ambient air being sucked into the compressor will contain hydrocarbons, which will condense into liquid oil further downstream. 
   Lubricated       Compressor compression chamber and drive chamber are lubricated with oil. Lubrication can be done by a variety of means including splash, spray, or positive pressure. 
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Gases & Applications
   Gases:       
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   Air / Plant Air       Systems capable of providing compressed air for plant use, purified air for breathing applications, a combustion process, or for feeding a gas separation unit for the generation of nitrogen or oxygen. 
   Ammonia       Ammonia or NH4 gas is used as a refrigerant gas or dissociated into hydrogen and nitrogen gases for metallurgical or chemical process applications.  
   Argon        Argon is an inert gas that is heavier than air. The high density and inert nature allows argon to displace air which is important is shielding applications. Shielding or protective atmosphere gases prevent the oxidation or contamination of metal during welding or furnace processing.  
   Corrosive / Sour Gas       Corrosive gases include sour gas, acid gas, halogen gases (chlorine or fluorine), and halide gases (hydrogen chloride, hydrogen fluoride). Sour gas is laden with traces of H2S.  
   Carbon Dioxide (CO2)       Heavy gas consisting of a molecule of carbon and oxygen.    
   Helium       Helium is an inert gas that is lighter than air.  
   Hydrocarbon Gas       Acetylene, propane, ethane, methane, natural gas or other hydrocarbons available in a gaseous state at room temperature. 
   Natural Gas / Methane       Natural gas is a gas mixture containing hydrocarbons with some impurities. It is comprised mostly of methane (CH4), an abundant organic compound readily used as a fuel and chemical feedstock. 
   Nitrogen (N2)       Nitrogen gas (N2) makes up 78.1% of the Earth’s air, by volume. 
   Oxygen (O2)       A gaseous element, oxygen forms 21% of the atmosphere by volume and is obtained by liquefaction and fractional distillation.  It is highly flammable. 
   Propane       Propane is a heavy flammable gaseous alkane (C3H8) found in crude petroleum and natural gas, and used especially as fuel and in chemical synthesis. 
   Refrigerant        Gases used in a refrigeration process such as ammonia, chlorofluorocarbon gases, R11 (CFC-11 or trichlorofluoromethane), R22 (HCFC-22 or chlorodifluoromethane),  R12 (CFC-12 or dichlorodifluoromethane), R502, R134a, R113, R123, R717, R500, R408A, R409A or R404A. 
   Other       Other gas type not listed. 
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   Applications:       
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   Gas Boosting       Gas boosting is the increase of pressure in a system, such as the introduction of a gas, to induce or maintain flow of a liquid in a storage tank, tank cars, or vessel. This is done to maintain the pressure in system to prevent an influx of contaminants or to maintain a fuel gas at a pressure suitable for combustion in a gas turbine. Gas boosting is also used to increase the pressure of gas gathered from the wellhead to transmission pressure levels. 
   Gas Transmission / Delivery       Systems used to move or pump gas through gas transmission pipelines or plant delivery lines. 
   Fuel Gas / Power Generation       Unit or system suitable for fuel gas compression in gas turbine applications. The compressor system increases the pressure of the fuel gas, such as waste or landfill gas, to a level suitable for efficient combustion in a gas turbine or other combustion engine. 
   Gas Generation / PSA       Systems used in gas separation, generation, or purification operations to produce oxygen, nitrogen, or other gases from a compressed air or other feed. For example, systems for processing tail or feed gas from the molecular sieve portion of pressure or vacuum swing adsorption (VSA) unit.  
   Oil Refining / Chemical Processing       Cracking, distillation, hydrotreating, and other refining processes require gases to convert crude oil into gasoline, fuel oil, and petroleum byproducts. Compressor systems supply front-end, recycled, and make-up gases for oil refining equipment. 
   Oil / Vapor Recovery       Systems used to improve recovered oil or vapor from a well or field site. Environmental regulations may restrict the flaring or venting of byproduct vapors at the oil well. Gas injection or lifting utilizes the injection of compressed gas to the wellhead to aerate or displace the produced fluids, reducing the pressure at the bottom of the well bore and increasing or sustaining the well's flow rate. 
   Process Gas Feeding / Injection       Chemical, metallurgical, or other process gas applications, such as feeding gas into or out of a reactor or furnace. Hydrogen, carbon dioxide, nitrogen, hydrocarbons, or other gases are commonly fed into a reactor or process unit for:
  • Hydrogenation
  • Protective blanketing
  • Injection or sparging of a gas into a liquid to remove contaminants or dissolve a gas 
  • Recovery of solvents
  • Polymerization or to initiate other chemical reactions
 
   Refrigeration / Gas Drying       Gas plant glycol dehydration, gas chiller, and refrigeration skids are examples of refrigeration packages for industrial plants. 
   Vessel / Cylinder Filling       Gas compressor systems designed for filling vessels, cylinders, or bottles with high-pressure gas. 
   Other       Other application not listed. 
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Mounting Options
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   Portable       Wheels, size, and/or handles make compressor suitable for easy transportation. 
   Skid / Base Plate Mounted       Compressor on skid or plate positioned on the floor. This can contain transport features such as forklift slots. 
   Tank Mounted       Compressor mounted on top of pressure tank; either for vertical or horizontal tanks. 
   Trailer / Truck       Compressor mounted on a trailer or truck for mobility or gas transportation applications. 
   Other       Other mounting option not listed. 
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Features
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   Multistage Compressor       A compressor or compressor system consisting of multiple stages. 
   2 Stage       Compressed air goes from initial stage to second chamber where it is further compressed before discharge into tank; practical for pressures above 100 psig. 
   3 Stage       Three chambers are used in succession; typically above 250 psig. 
   More Than 3 Stages       Compressors with more than three stages. 
   Integral Cooler       Intercoolers cool gas between stages; aftercoolers cool gas exiting compressor or system. 
   Integral Dryer       The compressor has a dryer to remove entrained liquid particles from the compressed air. 
   Integral Filter       The compressor has a filter to remove any entrained particulate from the air. 
   Explosion Proof       The compressor has an explosion-proof motor for use with highly flammable gases. 
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