Lateral Compression

Lateral channel compressor

for pressure and vacuum

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For prompt and detailed
information, please contact
our Pressurized Air Team.
Phone: +49(0)2151/ 9931-99

How a lateral channel compressor works:
Lateral channel compressors consist of a ring-shaped divided housing. A paddle wheel turns inside of the housing. The paddles, which pass the inlet in close proximity, suck the gas-like medium to be compressed into the lateral channel blower. The paddles accelerate the forward movement of the gas and push it out. The ring-shaped housing detours the gas and guides it back to the base of the subsequent paddles. Each of this spiral cycles, many of which occur during a turn of the paddle wheel, results in a dynamic gas pressure increase. At the end of the turn, the paddles push the compressed gas through a narrowed static chamber to the outlet opening without any pulsation. Switching two channels or paddle wheels parallel inside the aggregate leads to the generation of maximum air volume. Switching two channels or paddle wheel sequentially leads to a bi-phase compression for the attainment of maximum excess or negative pressure.

Lateral channel blower quality:
We warrant optimum lateral channel blower performance capacity and cost effectiveness through the utilization of premium quality die casting, precision paddle wheel and paddle workmanship, super precise alignment of the tolerances and perfect seals. Each unit is subjected to a thorough test run prior to shipping.

Design variants lateral channel compressor:
1.
Lateral channel blower with directly flanged motors are available as standard features for horizontal and vertical set-up. The inflowing and exhaust air sound suppressors can be attached in a variety of ways.

2. Lateral channel blower with free shaft end and belt drive on a basic frame for high RPMs and special drives such as EEx or RPM controlled drives.

3. Lateral channel blowers with sealed gas-contact surfaces, double mechanical seals or blockage liquid seals. The seals are resistant enough to withstand slightly aggressive media.

Technical data:
The performance data pertains to the transportation of gas at entry temperatures of 20°C, a density of 1.23 kg/m³ and a pressure level of 1013 mbar. The reference RPM value is 2900 1/min. The tolerance for the data provided is + / - 10%.

Type key:
 
 M = one paddle wheel
T = two paddle wheels
S = single setting
D = two settings

Note: Please inquire separately for 60Hz model operation and special customized designs

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Attachment variants for sound suppressors, optional

 

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