Oil Free Air Compressor

Oil-free Scroll Compressors

Technology for Oil-free Scrolls

The quality of compressed air is vital to numerous industries such as biotechnology, research, and medicine.

Scroll compressors are setting new benchmarks in compression air supply. This range of scroll compressors comply with requirements of the market, it will also cut down on the costs since there’s no requirement to change oil filters or disposal of oil condensate as well as energy consumption to account for the loss of pressure due to the filtration. It is completely free of silicone and oil contaminations.

* Premium 100 percent certified Class 0 silicone-free and oil-free rotary scroll compressors
* Less expensive cost of ownership: no condensate or oil filters, just disposal, and no filters
* Modular design allows to allow maximum flexibility and minimal maintenance, due to the fact that there are the fact that there are fewer moving parts


Scroll compressors can also be referred to as scroll compressors, screw compressors as well as a scroll vacuum pumps. The helical scroll that rotates creates a continuous flow of compressed air in several stages, without oil or lubrication. Scroll compressed air systems operate more quietly and smoothly than reciprocating systems since there are only two moving parts: one stationary scroll as well as a rotating scroll. With fewer parts, scroll compressors are more efficient in energy use, extremely robust, and less susceptible to mechanical breakdown. In comparison to screw compressors scroll compressors experience less vibration and virtually no noise.

◆ 100% oil-free design
◆ high-quality reliability
◆ Continuous operation of 100 percent duty cycle
◆ Energy efficient
◆ Low noise levels and low vibration levels
◆ compact design
◆ Low maintenance costs because of the absence of moving components.

Rolling Compression Explained

◆ The scroll that is orbiting (rotating) scroll as well as the fixed scroll housing work together to create a chamber for compression.

◆ The continuous movement of the scroll’s orbital motion shifts the atmosphere from the inlet to the center, reducing the air into ever smaller regions.

◆ The compressed air is directed to the central port for discharge of the compressor.

◆ Pressure for exhaust is achieved through the compression process in multiple stages that results in an exhaust and intake process that is continuous.