A rotary vane compressor has many uses, with applications across a broad range of industries. Any process that requires strong, controlled gusts of air can use this specific piece of equipment. This type of compressor is also very versatile. It can easily be integrated into a conveyor line, installed inside larger equipment, or used on its own for various purposes.
Your choice of rotary vane compressor matters. The US Department of Energy reported that compressed air systems make up 10% of electricity and 16% of motor system energy consumption in the country's manufacturing industries. The higher the quality of your vane compressor, the more energy efficiency and cost savings you earn.
Get the most for your equipment dollars by choosing from our selection of Hydrovane rotary vane compressors.
Enjoy Performance and Production Benefits
If you need a dependable rotary vane compressor supplier, look no further than C&B Equipment. We are an authorized supplier of Hydrovane compressors. Our selection includes rotary sliding vane compressors under the HR, HRRS, HV, HVRS, V, and VR Series. You can look forward to these benefits if you integrate Hydrovane technology in your production process:
✓ Simple – These air compressors’ rotary vanes (often cast-iron blades) spin at around 1,800rpm, creating high-pressure compression pockets that generate compressed air.
✓ Versatile – These compressors are popular because of their diverse uses and applications such as sterilizing instruments, conveying solids and liquids, stapling, grinding, buffing and more.
✓ Efficient – Rotary vane compressors are durable and can operate for over 100,000 hours. They are also widely recognized in the industry for decreasing overall costs while improving productivity.
Common Applications for Rotary Vane Compressors
There's room — and a need — for compressed air in manufacturing and production lines across industries. The uses could be as simple as moving products from one point to another or as heavy-duty as spinning heavy pieces of equipment at high speeds. In some cases, manufacturers have very specific uses for compressed air like drying products, applying chemicals, applying atomized paint, keeping solids in suspension, and propelling heavy parts.
Rotary sliding vane compressors are often used in automotive, power generation, environmental and public services, woodworking, food and beverage production, dry cleaning, and more. If you think your production line is missing a crucial element or could be improved by compressed air, get in touch with C&B Equipment.