Compressed air purity is crucial for many industry sectors, such as medical, research and biotechnology.
The new S-Series of oil-free scroll compressors from CompAir does not use any oil anywhere in the compressor and has been certified ISO 8573-1 Class 0 and silicone free, which represents the highest air quality level possible.
In addition to the fulfilment of legal requirements, the oil-free scroll technology reduces the costs of ownership by avoiding oil filter replacements, oil condensate treatment and energy to combat the pressure loss caused by filtration.
An orbiting (rotating) scroll and fixed scroll housing are mated to create the compression chambers.
The continual movement of the orbiting scroll moves atmospheric air from the intake toward the center, compressing the air into progressively smaller areas.
The compressed air is directed to the center discharge port of the compressor
Discharge pressure is accomplished during multiple stages of compression, resulting in a continuous intake suction and discharge.
The S-Series from CompAir is available with different controller options. The Simplex versions can be either equipped with the basic relay panel or optionally with the Deluxe HMI electronic controller.
NEMA 1, UL508A Labeled Panel
Magnetic Contactor with Overload Protection
115V Control Circuit Transformer with Fusing
Door Mounted TOA Switch
Green Power On Light
Run Time Meter
The optional Deluxe HMI control from CompAir has easy to use navigation and friendly graphics that deliver interactive and intuitive information at your fingertips.
With a built in integral webserver, via ModBus TCP Ethernet connection, these controllers provide visibility to the scroll compressor system from any computer or mobile device with internet connection.
CompAir is part of Gardner Denver, Inc., a leading global manufacturer of highly-engineered, critical flow-control products, Gardner Denver is headquartered in Milwaukee, Wisconsin, USA and has facilities in more than 30 countries. To learn more about the company, visit