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INGCO S-AC-P-AC301006, Compressor Piston 100ltrs

INGCO S-AC-P-AC301006, Compressor Piston 100ltrs

INGCO S-AC-P-AC301006, Compressor Piston 100ltrs

INGCO S-AC-P-AC301006, Compressor Piston 100ltrs

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Function:

  1. Intake Stroke: The piston moves down in the cylinder, creating a larger volume within the cylinder. This decrease in pressure draws in fresh air through the intake valve.
  2. Compression Stroke: The piston moves upwards, reducing the volume of the air trapped within the cylinder. This compression process significantly increases the air pressure.
  3. Discharge Stroke: Once the air reaches the desired pressure, a discharge valve opens, allowing the compressed air to flow out of the cylinder and into the storage tank.
  4. Exhaust Stroke: The piston moves up again, pushing any remaining air out of the cylinder through the exhaust valve before the next intake stroke.
SKU: S-AC-P-AC301006-INGCO Categories: ,

Description

INGCO S-AC-P-AC301006, Compressor Piston 100ltrs(S-AC-P-AC301006)

product details:

In an air compressor, the piston plays a critical role in converting the engine’s power into the compressed air you use for various tools. Here’s a comprehensive breakdown of its function, types, materials, and factors to consider:

Function:

The piston is a cylindrical component that resides within the compressor cylinder. During operation, the piston performs a reciprocating motion (moving back and forth) within the cylinder. This movement is what allows the compressor to compress air:

  1. Intake Stroke: The piston moves down in the cylinder, creating a larger volume within the cylinder. This decrease in pressure draws in fresh air through the intake valve.
  2. Compression Stroke: The piston moves upwards, reducing the volume of the air trapped within the cylinder. This compression process significantly increases the air pressure.
  3. Discharge Stroke: Once the air reaches the desired pressure, a discharge valve opens, allowing the compressed air to flow out of the cylinder and into the storage tank.
  4. Exhaust Stroke: The piston moves up again, pushing any remaining air out of the cylinder through the exhaust valve before the next intake stroke.

The continuous movement of the piston creates a cycle of intake, compression, discharge, and exhaust, ultimately generating compressed air for your tools.

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