All Compressors have been design accordance to API STANDARD 618, the latest edition, recommendation. They also comply with many guidelines and international construction codes and customer requirements in customers.
The compressor crankcase is of the rigid type construction, and spacer blocks and cylinders are strongly bolted each other. And auxiliary pressure vessels and heat exchanger are designed and locked strong angel and supported.
The arrangement of compressor cylinders arranged on opposite sides of the crankshaft provides for mutual balancing of the reciprocation inertia forces, to ensure minimized vibration generated by the reciprocating masses.
- Rigid box design
- Cast iron
- Bottom side – oil tank
- Firmly fixed by strong bolts
- Sealed by gaskets
- Crosshead guide
- Main oil pump
Throttling And Other Causes Of Pressure Loss Are Minimized Through Careful Design Of Passages;
Friction And Other Mechanical Loses Are Minimized Through Special Attention In Design And Manufacture To Ensure Smooth Movement Of All Parts.
With The Exception Of Very Large Units, All Reciprocating Compressors Are Completely Assembled On The Compressor Bed In Factory, And Are Shipped Ready Of Installation With No Assembly Work Required At The Site.
Completely Automated Control Equipment Permits Startup At The Push Of A Button; Operation Thereafter Can Be Remotely Controlled From A Central From Panel, With All Necessary Interlocking Devices Provided To Prevent Trouble From Operator’s Error Or Other Disturbance.