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  1. Air compressor tips: Cleaning your computer with an air compressor

    Air compressor tips: Cleaning your computer with an air compressor
    When in use, modern PCs generate a lot of internal heat. Most PCs feature a number of cooling fans’ you’ll find these on the graphics card, the computer’s processor (often coupled with a big metal ‘heat sink’  and on the power supply. There will also be cooling vents and possibly more fans in the computer’s case. The problem is that...
  2. How do rotary vane and rotary screw air compressors differ?

    Although they might sound similar, rotary vane air compressors and rotary screw air compressors employ different methods to produce compressed air. Within the casing of a rotary vane compressor, a rotor, usually offset from the center of the casing has vanes or blades which extend outwards to form an airtight seal against the casing. As atmospheric air enters the rotary vane compressor, the rotor...
  3. Did you know? A few fun facts about compressed air

    Did you know that thunder is actually the sound of compressed air ‘exploding’? When a lightning bolt strikes the earth a second bolt instantaneously travels back to the sky vai the same route. This secondary bolt immediately heats the air surrounding it to around 27,000oC. This heated air has no time to expand and becomes pressurised from anuthing up to...
  4. Different types of compressors - definitions

    The two main classification of Air Compressor are: 01) positive displacement 02) Dynamic. Here you can find below details of each type of description. 01) positive displacement type air > Compressor. Positive displacement compressor types are those of the mechanical displace a fixed volume of air at a lower volume. The constant volume can be delivered by compressor if operated...

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