Kaishan USA | September 06, 2018 | Air Compressor Information
Air compressors have evolved over the years to play ever greater and more integral roles in a host of industries and applications. Whether it is supplying reliable power to general manufacturing, automotive, and aerospace production equipment or providing clean, contaminant-free pressurized air to the chemical, petrochemical, and food and beverage industries and more, the need for well-designed, affordable air compressors has steadily grown along with the industries in which they are used.
To describe these workhorse devices in the most basic terms, all air compressors share the primary function of converting some source of power—such as that coming from an electric motor, gasoline or diesel engine—into stored potential energy in the form of pressurized air. Beyond that description, however, several compressor types have been designed and manufactured over time, resulting in models with vastly different operational efficiencies, performance levels, and service costs.
To explain the different types of air compressors—as well as why Kaishan air compressors stand out for their world-class reliability and low cost of ownership—here are some helpful descriptions:
For over 60 years, Kaishan has been refining and growing its compressed air machinery manufacturing capabilities. Today, with a spirit driven by constant improvement and innovation, we are one of the world’s leading single- and two-stage rotary screw compressor manufacturers. Around the world, Kaishan compressors are known for their reliable operation, excellent energy efficiency, and low overall cost of ownership.
We are so confident in our products that our compressors’ main air end components are covered by a lifetime warranty, and other major components are covered by a five-year warranty. For more information on air compressors and other Kaishan products, contact us today.
Air compressors have evolved over the years to play ever greater and more integral roles
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