China Good quality Ce & ISO Approved 132kw Fixed Speed Oil Injected Screw Air Compressor (TKL-132F) supplier

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CE & ISO approved  132kw Fixed speed oil injected screw air compressor (TKL-132F)

1. Photo & Features for CE & ISO approved  132kw Fixed speed oil injected screw air compressor (TKL-132F):

2. Advantages  for our ZheJiang Great Air Compressor CO.,ltd

 

Our company advantages  1. Over 60 years China professsinal manufacture for air compressor ,An ISO9000 company
 

2.European standard,China made &factory directly supply 

3.  Superior porformance &high efficiency with reasonable price 

4. Low power consumptions for more output

5. Trouble free & cost saving

6. Timely pre-sale and after-sale service 

7. Easy operatation &maintenance  
 

3.Technical  Parameters for CE & ISO approved  132kw Fixed speed oil injected screw air compressor (TKL-132F):

Products range :

Motor power:5.5kw-630 kw/7.5hp-840hp , flow capacity:0.6-111 m³/min, pressure: 7-13 bar 
 

Model TKL-2F TKL-3F TKL-4F TKL-5F TKL-7F TKL-11F TKL-15F TKL-18F TKL-22F TKL-30F TKL-37F TKL-45F/W TKL-55F/W TKL-75F/W TKL-90F/W
Air displacemen/
Exhause pressure (m3/min/Mpa)
0.33/0.7 0.43/0.7 0.6/0.7 0.8/0.7 1.23/0.7 1.65/0.7 2.7/0.7 3.0/0.7 3.6/0.7 5.2/0.7 6.6/0.7 7.8/0.7 10.1/10.7 13.5/0.7 16.3/0.7
0.33/0.8 0.4/0.8 0.55/0.8 0.7/0.8 1.16/0.8 1.62/0.8 2.5/0.8 2.92/0.8 3.53/0.8 5.0/0.8 6.3/0.8 7.5/0.8 9.8/0.8 12.3/0.8 15.6/0.8
0.25/1.0 0.36/1.0 0.5/1.0 0.65/1.0 1.02/1.0 1.4/1.0 2.0/1.0 2.7/1.0 3.2/1.0 4.5/1.0 5.6/1.0 6.8/1.0 8.8/1.0 11.0/1.0 14.2/1.0
0.22/1.3 0.3/1.3 0.45/1.3 0.6/1.3 0.86/1.3 1.21/1.3 1.8/1.3 2.2/1.3 2.4/1.3 3.5/1.3 4.8/1.3 5.8/1.3 7.2/1.3 9.0/1.3 11.5/1.3
Power/ (Kw) 2.2 3 4 5.5 7.5 11 15 18.5 22 30 37 45 55 75 90
Ooltage (V/Hz) 380V/50Hz
Noise    (±3,dBa) 63 63 65 65 67 67 68 70 72 73 74 75 76 78 78
Exhaust temprature Wind cooling type <=Environmental temperature+13ºC,  Water cooling type <=40ºC,
Outlet pipe size 1/2″ 1/2″ 1/2″ 1/2″ 1/2″ 3/4″ 1″ 1″ 1″ 1 1/2″ 1 1/2″ 1 1/2″ DN50 DN50 DN50
Weight (Kg) 260 280 300 350 360 400 430 590 650 950 980 1050 1850 1900 2100
Dimensions (mm) 800*760*1102 800*760*1102 800*760*
1102
800*760*
1102
800*760*
1102
950*760*1202 900*1000*1290 belt type 900*1000*1290 1500*950*1280 1600*1100*1430 1900*1150*1500 2000*1150*1680
strait type 1350*850*1257

 

Model TKL-110
F/W
TKL-132
F/W
TKL-160
F/W
TKL-185
F/W
TKL-200
F/W
TKL-220
F/W
TKL-250
F/W
TKL-280
F/W
TKL-
315W
TKL-
355W
TKL-
400W
TKL-
450W
TKL-
500W
TKL-
560W
TKL-
630W
Air displacemen/
Exhause pressure (m3/min/Mpa)
20.4/0.7 24/0.7 27.8/0.7 32.5/0.7 35/0.7 40.7/0.7 45.3/0.7 51.5/0.7 57/0.7 68/0.7 73.6/0.7 83/0.7 90/10.7 101/0.7 111/0.7
20/0.8 23/0.8 27.1/0.8 30.5/0.8 33.3/0.8 38.2/0.8 43/0.8 50.5/0.8 55.5/0.8 66.2/0.8 71.4/0.8 82/0.8 89/0.8 100/0.8 110/0.8
17.8/1 21/1.0 25.2/1.0 27/1.0 30.6/1.0 34.5/1.0 38.1/1.0 43/1.0 50.5/1.0 55.6/1.0 62/1.0 73/1.0 80/1.0 86/1.0 95/1.0
14.5/1.3 18.1/1.3 21.2/1.3 23.6/1.3 26.3/1.3 29.8/1.3 35/1.3 38.3/1.3 42.1/1.3 46.5/1.3 52.5/1.3 60/1.3 68/1.3    
Power/ (Kw) 110 132 160 185 200 220 250 280 315 355 400 450 500 560 630
Ooltage (V/Hz) 380V/50Hz 380-10000V/50Hz
Noise    (±3,dBa) 78 78 78 78 80 80 80 80 80 80 82 82 82 82 82
Exhaust temprature Wind cooling type <=Environmental temperature+13ºC,  Water cooling type <=40ºC,
Outlet pipe size DN80 DN80 DN80 DN80 DN100 DN100 DN100 DN100 DN125 DN125 DN150 DN150 DN150 DN200 DN200
Weight (Kg) 3300 3500 4000 4600 4700 5100 5100 5500 7500 8300 8400 9000 9500 10000 10000
Dimensions (mm) F 2800*1540*1900 F 2800*1540*1900 F 3150*1650*1900 F 3100*1940*2389 F 3400*2000*2330 4500*200*2462 4650*2340*2835
W 2400*1540*1900 W 2400*1540*1900 W 2600*1700*1980 W 2600*1700*1980 W 3200*1800*2125

4. Certificate  for CE & ISO approved  132kw Fixed speed oil injected screw air compressor (TKL-132F):


5.Applications:

7. FAQ:
Q1: Are you factory or trade company?  
A1: We are factory.
Q2: Warranty terms of your machine? 
A2: One year warranty for the machine and technical support according to your needs.
Q3: Will you provide some spare parts of the machines? 
A3: Yes, of course.
Q4: How long will you take to arrange production? 
A4: 380V 50HZ we can delivery the goods within 20 days. Other voltage we will delivery within 30 days.
Q5: Can you accept OEM orders? 
A5: Yes, with professional design team, OEM orders are highly welcome!

8. Contact:

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Lubrication Style: Lubricated
Cooling System: Air Cooling
Power Source: AC Power
Cylinder Position: Horizontal
Structure Type: Closed Type
Installation Type: Stationary Type
Customization:
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What Is the Noise Level of Screw Compressors?

The noise level of screw compressors can vary depending on several factors, including the compressor’s size, design, operating conditions, and the presence of noise-reducing features. Here’s a detailed explanation:

Screw compressors are known for their relatively low noise levels compared to other types of compressors, such as reciprocating compressors. However, the actual noise level can still vary depending on the specific compressor model and its operating parameters.

The noise level of screw compressors is typically measured in decibels (dB) and can range from around 60 dB to 90 dB or higher. It’s important to note that the noise level is logarithmic, meaning that a small increase in decibel level represents a significant increase in perceived noise intensity.

Several factors can influence the noise level of screw compressors:

  • 1. Compressor Size and Design: Larger screw compressors tend to produce higher noise levels compared to smaller ones. This is because larger compressors generally have more powerful motors and larger rotating components, which can generate more noise. The design of the compressor, including the type of rotor profiles and the presence of noise-reducing features, can also impact the noise level.
  • 2. Operating Conditions: The operating conditions of the compressor, such as the speed of rotation and the discharge pressure, can affect the noise level. Higher speeds and pressures may result in increased noise production. Additionally, the presence of pulsations or vibrations in the system can contribute to noise generation.
  • 3. Sound Insulation and Enclosures: Some screw compressors come with built-in sound insulation or enclosures to reduce noise levels. These features help contain the noise within the compressor unit and minimize the propagation of noise to the surrounding environment. Compressors equipped with sound insulation or enclosures generally have lower noise levels compared to open-frame compressors.
  • 4. Installation and Surrounding Environment: The installation of the compressor and the characteristics of the surrounding environment can influence the perceived noise level. Factors such as the proximity of the compressor to sensitive areas, the presence of sound-absorbing materials, and the layout of the facility can impact the noise propagation and overall noise perception.
  • 5. Maintenance and Wear: Proper maintenance of the compressor, including regular inspection and lubrication of components, can help minimize noise levels. Wear and tear on the compressor’s internal parts can lead to increased noise production, so timely repairs or component replacements are important to maintain optimal performance and minimize noise.

It’s worth noting that noise levels are typically provided by manufacturers as specifications for each compressor model. These specifications can help users select compressors with noise levels that meet their specific requirements or comply with local noise regulations.

In summary, the noise level of screw compressors can range from around 60 dB to 90 dB or higher, depending on factors such as compressor size, design, operating conditions, and the presence of noise-reducing features. Proper installation, maintenance, and the use of sound insulation or enclosures can help minimize noise levels and create a more comfortable and quieter operating environment.

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How Do You Maintain the Air Quality in a Screw Compressor System?

Maintaining air quality in a screw compressor system is crucial to ensure the performance, efficiency, and reliability of the compressed air. Here’s a detailed explanation:

1. Proper Intake Filtration:

Install high-quality intake filters to prevent contaminants, such as dust, dirt, and debris, from entering the screw compressor system. These filters should have an appropriate filtration rating to effectively capture particles of the desired size. Regularly inspect and clean or replace the intake filters to maintain their effectiveness.

2. Compressed Air Dryers:

Use compressed air dryers, such as refrigerated dryers or desiccant dryers, to remove moisture from the compressed air. Moisture can lead to corrosion, damage to pneumatic equipment, and compromised air quality. The type of dryer selected depends on the specific application requirements and the desired level of moisture removal.

3. Oil Removal Filters:

In oil-injected screw compressors, oil is used for lubrication, which can contaminate the compressed air. Install oil removal filters downstream of the compressor to remove any oil carryover from the compressed air. These filters typically use coalescing technology to separate and trap oil particles, ensuring clean air quality.

4. Condensate Management:

Effectively manage condensate, which is formed when moisture in the compressed air condenses as it cools. Install condensate drains and separators to remove and properly dispose of condensate. Improper condensate management can lead to water contamination in the compressed air system.

5. Regular Maintenance:

Perform regular maintenance tasks as recommended by the manufacturer, including oil changes, filter replacements, and inspections. Proper maintenance helps ensure that the compressor system operates efficiently and minimizes the risk of contaminants entering the compressed air.

6. Air Receiver Tank Maintenance:

If the screw compressor system includes an air receiver tank, regularly inspect and clean the tank to remove any accumulated debris or contaminants. Additionally, ensure that the tank’s drain valve is functioning correctly to remove any water or condensate from the tank.

7. Leak Detection and Repair:

Regularly inspect the compressed air system for leaks. Leaks not only waste energy but also allow contaminants from the surrounding environment to enter the system. Use appropriate leak detection methods, such as ultrasonic detectors or soapy water solutions, to identify and promptly repair any leaks.

8. Monitor and Control Operating Conditions:

Monitor and maintain proper operating conditions within the screw compressor system. This includes monitoring discharge pressure, temperature, and other relevant parameters to ensure they are within acceptable ranges. Implement appropriate control strategies, such as regulating compressor capacity or adjusting dryer settings, to optimize air quality while meeting the specific application requirements.

9. Training and Awareness:

Provide training to operators and maintenance personnel on the importance of air quality in a screw compressor system. Ensure they understand proper maintenance procedures, the significance of filtration, and how to identify and address potential air quality issues.

10. Compliance with Regulations:

Be aware of and comply with relevant regulations and standards governing air quality in your specific industry or application. This may include adherence to guidelines such as ISO 8573, which specifies air purity classes for different contaminants in compressed air systems.

By following these practices, you can maintain the air quality in a screw compressor system, ensuring clean, reliable, and high-quality compressed air for various applications.

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How Does a Screw Compressor Work?

A screw compressor operates based on a unique rotary positive displacement principle. Here’s a detailed explanation:

Working Principle:

A screw compressor consists of two helical rotors, typically referred to as male and female rotors, that rotate in opposite directions within a housing. The rotors have specially designed profiles that interlock with each other, creating a series of compression chambers as they rotate. The compression chambers gradually reduce in volume as the rotors rotate, compressing the air or gas trapped inside.

Suction Process:

The suction process begins when the rotors start rotating. As they rotate, the helical lobes or threads on the rotors create expanding spaces between them. The expanding spaces draw in the air or gas from the inlet port, allowing it to enter the compression chamber. The suction process continues as the rotors rotate, and the expanding spaces move the air or gas towards the discharge side of the compressor.

Compression Process:

As the air or gas enters the compression chamber, it gets trapped between the interlocking lobes or threads of the rotors. As the rotors continue to rotate, the trapped air or gas is carried along the length of the rotors. The volume of the compression chamber gradually decreases as the lobes or threads of the rotors intermesh, compressing the air or gas. The compression process is continuous and smooth as the air or gas moves from the suction side to the discharge side of the compressor.

Discharge Process:

Once the air or gas reaches the discharge end of the compression chamber, it is pushed towards the outlet port. The compressed air or gas is then released from the compressor through the outlet port to be used for various applications.

Oil-Injected and Oil-Free Variants:

Screw compressors are available in both oil-injected and oil-free variants. In oil-injected screw compressors, a small amount of lubricating oil is injected into the compression chamber. The oil provides lubrication, cooling, and sealing between the rotors, reducing friction and minimizing wear. The oil-injected variant is commonly used in industrial applications where a small amount of oil in the compressed air is acceptable.

Oil-free screw compressors, on the other hand, are designed to operate without the need for oil lubrication. These compressors use specialized rotor coatings, such as PTFE (polytetrafluoroethylene) or other non-stick materials, to reduce friction and eliminate the need for oil. Oil-free screw compressors are preferred in applications that require oil-free and contaminant-free compressed air, such as in the food and beverage, pharmaceutical, and electronics industries.

In summary, a screw compressor works by utilizing interlocking helical rotors to compress air or gas. The rotating rotors draw in the air or gas during the suction process, and as they rotate, the trapped air or gas is compressed within the compression chamber. The compressed air or gas is then discharged from the compressor. Screw compressors are available in oil-injected and oil-free variants, catering to different application requirements.

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