Oil-free Scroll Compressors

Technology for Oil-free Scrolls

The quality of the air compressed is crucial to many industries like biotechnology, research, and medicine.

Scroll compressors are setting new standards in the field of compression air supply. This selection of scroll compressors meets the requirements of the marketplace, and it will also reduce the cost since there is no need to replace oil filters or dispose of condensate from oil and energy consumption to offset the pressure loss due to filtration. It’s totally free of silicone and oil contaminants.

* Premium 100% certified Class silicone-free and oil-free rotary scroll compressors
* Lower expense of running: there are no condensate or oil filters, simply the disposal of waste, and there are no filters.
Modular design is able to give maximum flexibility and minimum maintenance due to the reality that there are fewer moving parts and smaller moving components


Scroll compressors are also described as scroll compressors or screw compressors, and scroll vacuum pumps. The spiral scroll rotates to create an uninterrupted flow of compressed air that is arranged in various stages, with no oil or lubrication. Scroll compressors run more smoothly and quietly than reciprocating units because they have only two moving components: a stationary scroll and the scroll that rotates. With fewer components, they are more efficient when it comes to energy usage as well as extremely robust, and less prone to mechanical failure. When compared to screw compressors, scroll compressors are less prone to vibration, and almost no sound.

* 100% oil-free design
* High-quality Reliability
* Continuous operation with 100% duty cycle
* Energy efficient
* Low levels of noise and low levels of vibration
* compact design
* Low maintenance cost due to the absence of moving parts.

Rolling Compression Explained

* The scroll that is an orbiting (rotating) scroll along with the fixed housing for the scroll combine to create an area for compression.

* The constant movement in the spiral’s orbital movement alters the air’s temperature from the outlet to the center and reduces the air to smaller and smaller areas.

This is the compressed air that’s then directed towards the port central to discharge of the compressor.

* The pressure for exhaust is created by compression through multiple stages, resulting in an intake and exhaust process that continues.