A rotary screw compressors use two meshing helical screws, known as rotors, to compress the gas. In an oil-flooded rotary screw compressor, lubricating oil bridges the space between the rotors, both providing a hydraulic seal and transferring mechanical energy between the driving and driven rotor. Gas enters at the suction side and moves through the threads as the screws rotate. The meshing rotors force the gas through the compressor, and the gas exits at the end of the screws.

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A5 Apache 5HP

B Series Airsystem 5 & 7.5HP

C Series 10 & 15HP

Dene D20 20HP

G Series 20, 25 & 30HP

N200 Haida 200HP

Huron B10 Airsystem 10HP

H40/H50 Algonquin 40 & 50HP

K100 & J75 100HP/75HP