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INGCO S-CYL-200LIT, Compressor Cylinder
INGCO S-CYL-200LIT, Compressor Cylinder

INGCO S-CYL-200LIT, Compressor Cylinder

INGCO S-CYL-200LIT, Compressor Cylinder

INGCO S-CYL-200LIT, Compressor Cylinder

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Components:

  • Cylinder Bore: This is the hollow space within the cylinder where the piston moves. The diameter and length of the bore determine the displacement (volume change) of the cylinder per stroke.
  • Cylinder Liner: This is a wear-resistant sleeve inserted into the cylinder bore in some designs. It protects the main cylinder body and allows for easier replacement in case of wear.
  • Piston: This is a reciprocating disc that fits snugly within the cylinder bore. The piston movement reduces the gas volume within the cylinder during compression.
  • Piston Rings: These are spring-loaded rings that seal the gap between the piston and the cylinder wall, preventing gas leakage from the high-pressure side to the low-pressure side.
SKU: S-CYL-200LIT-INGCO Categories: ,

Description

INGCO S-CYL-200LIT, Compressor Cylinder( S-CYL-200LIT)

product details:

Function:

The compressor cylinder is a sealed chamber where the gas undergoes compression. The piston, driven by a crankshaft, moves back and forth within the cylinder, reducing the volume of the gas trapped inside. This reduction in volume increases the pressure of the gas according to the principle of Boyle’s Law (pressure and volume are inversely proportional).

Components:

  • Cylinder Bore: This is the hollow space within the cylinder where the piston moves. The diameter and length of the bore determine the displacement (volume change) of the cylinder per stroke.
  • Cylinder Liner: This is a wear-resistant sleeve inserted into the cylinder bore in some designs. It protects the main cylinder body and allows for easier replacement in case of wear.
  • Piston: This is a reciprocating disc that fits snugly within the cylinder bore. The piston movement reduces the gas volume within the cylinder during compression.
  • Piston Rings: These are spring-loaded rings that seal the gap between the piston and the cylinder wall, preventing gas leakage from the high-pressure side to the low-pressure side.
  • Cylinder Head: This is the closure at the top of the cylinder. It contains valves that control the flow of gas into and out of the cylinder.
    • Intake Valve: This valve allows gas to enter the cylinder from the low-pressure side (suction) during the intake stroke.
    • Discharge Valve: This valve allows compressed gas to exit the cylinder to the high-pressure side (discharge) during the discharge stroke.
  • Cooling System:
    • Some compressors utilize water jackets or fins around the cylinder for cooling. This helps manage the heat generated during compression.
    • In some designs, lubricating oil might also play a role in heat transfer.

Operation:

The compression process within the cylinder typically involves four strokes of the piston:

  1. Intake Stroke: The piston moves down, increasing the volume within the cylinder. The intake valve opens, allowing gas at low pressure to enter the cylinder. The discharge valve remains closed.
  2. Compression Stroke: The piston moves up, reducing the volume of the gas trapped within the cylinder. The pressure of the gas increases as the volume decreases. Both the intake and discharge valves remain closed during this stroke.
  3. Discharge Stroke: The piston continues its upward movement, further compressing the gas. When the pressure reaches a specific threshold, the discharge valve opens, allowing the high-pressure gas to exit the cylinder. The intake valve remains closed.
  4. Exhaust Stroke: The piston moves down again, increasing the volume within the cylinder. Any remaining high-pressure gas is pushed out through the still-open discharge valve. The intake valve remains closed during this stroke.

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