The excentrical arrangement of the impeller in the casing creates variable compression chambers between the impeller blades during rotation, which causes the conveyed air to be compressed within a full revolution.
An oil ring is required to create a tight seal between the tip of the impeller blades and the pump housing.
A mixture of air and oil is discharged from the pump into the separator. There are four stages of oil and smoke removal to provide smoke-free exhaust.
The reclaimed oil is then cooled in an air-to-oil heat exchanger. The cooled oil is then used again to seal the pump.
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