What Is A Screw Compressor?
Screw compressors are a type of gas compression system that can effectively force compressed air inside a closed chamber making use of threaded screws. A screw compressor is also known as rotary screw compressor. The mode of operation of the system follows the principles of positive displacement. These types of compressors are used in large industrial application where high-pressure compressed air systems are required. These systems are preferred over piston compressors because of their continuous sweeping movement that produces very little or no pulsation.
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