Side Channel Blower part

Posted by on December 12, 2017 in General |

SKV writes technology in their series ‘A side channel blower operating instructions’ on the operation of the side channel blowers. “Operating instructions of a side channel blower (part 1 of a series) posts about the operation of the side channel blowers) SKV technology writes in her series a side channel blower manual” on the operation of the side channel blowers. In the present edition of the series of articles treated SKV technology the primary operating principle of the side channel blower and lights the typical applications of their machines. John Mclaughlin pursues this goal as well. 1. The operating principle of the fans or the side channel blowers can both work in overpressure and vacuum or run. Side channel blowers increase the pressure or vacuum of sucked gas by means of a series of turbulence generated by centrifugal force into the peripheral ring channel. The rotation of the wheel causes the individual Chambers into a rotary movement enters the gas to be pumped and while the resulting centrifugal force the gas to the outside in the side channel presses, produced pressure or vacuum. This approach causes that spiral eddies occur.

During this turbulence, the gas is condensed repeatedly, what has the rise in pressure over the entire length of the Canal to the result. The rotating parts of the side channel blower do not touch the housing. Since there is no friction during operation, therefore no lubrication is required. The compression process is carried out absolutely free of oil, of gas contamination does not occur. Thus the basis for this is, that side channel blowers suitable also for the conveyance of hazardous gases.

For this purpose, but the machine must be subjected to a special tag. SKV technology delivers these ATEX devices on demand. Customers choose the performance parameters of the devices available in the shop and made the explosion-protected equipment then. In the accompanying figure, readers can find the structure of a side channel blower of the SKV technology.

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