MACHINERY


Air Compressors

Dry cleaners are one of the business runners for the laundry industry, and they operate chemical processes, storage, and treatments of fabrics. Depending on the size and volume of a business, each dry cleaner requires an air compressor setup designed and installed for its uses. 

The two types of air compressors for dry cleaning that deliver the standard precision are rotary screw and reciprocating. Each of these ensures that the operations of the dry cleaners are properly cleaning and preparing the garments to satisfy the customers.

Rotary Screw Air Compressors are reputable models that provide high levels of reliability and efficiency. This type of air compressor is best-use for dry cleaning applications with two meshing helical screws that perform the compression. It is often recommended because it is convenient to maintain and operate even if it moves to produce larger outputs.

Reciprocating Air Compressors, on the other hand, are advisable for uses such as solvent recovery and plant maintenance. This model uses a crankshaft-driven piston or pistons to produce air at high pressure and sustain its status as the workhorse of the operations. To achieve upscale productivity, the right unit of reciprocating air compressors for light applications in the dry cleaning business must be selected.