A rotary screw compressor sends air or gas to jackhammers, pumps and power drills. The compressed air allows the machines to create holes in hard surfaces, such as rock and concrete. There are many types of compressors for different projects, and these have different requirements for compressed air pressure. You should choose a rotary compressor based on its advantages, and you should consider such things as maintenance, budget, energy use and ease of installation. The following are the advantages of rotary screw compressors:
1 - Portability
With rotary screw compressors, portability is not a problem. If your project requires you to transport the compressor, you can buy a screw compressor with wheels. This screw compressor is compact and easily transportable. You have a choice between an oil and oil-free compressor.
2 - Cost
Rotary screw compressors are relatively cheap, and as a result, they are very popular. You can find a wide range of compressors with various power capacities. You can also choose a compressor based on its cooling capacity.
3 - Size and Weight
You can find rotary screw compressors of various sizes. Most rotary screw air compressors are lightweight and they do need a lot of maintenance for their operation.
4 - Environmentally-friendly
Rotary screw compressors are environmentally-friendly, especially the oil-free models. When using oil-free compressors, you can rest assured that the environment is not being damaged by their use. The performance of this type of compressors is the same as oil rotary screw compressors.