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Mattei tank-mounted air compressors offer small air users quiet continuous duty air compressor options with integrated air storage. Air receiver tanks provide reserve power for heavy air demands, greater moisture removal, and the ability to store air and turn off the motor for extended periods.
Comprehensive integrated tank mount designs feature the same durable construction and simple reliable operation that make Mattei air compressors ideal for small enterprises, craftsmen and workshops desiring quiet operation, superior performance and great value. Get your last air compressor first. Get a Mattei.
Mattei compressors are designed to give constant top performance 24 hours a day, every day of the year. It is not unusual for these compressors to have an operating life of over 100,000 hours.
- BLADE Series 5 HP thru 10 HP
- ERC Series 5 HP thru 20 HP
- AC Series 10 HP thru 15 HP
- OPTIMA Model 11 rated 15 HP
TANK MOUNTED COMPRESSORS STANDARD FEATURES
Mattei tank mounted compressors deliver:
- No wear of the compressor’s moving mechanical parts
- Pulse-free air
- Compact design
- Low oil volume and consumption
- Slow rotational speeds
- Low maintenance
- Quiet operation
TANK MOUNT COMPRESSOR OPTIONAL FEATURES
AIR TREATMENT PRODUCTS
Mattei offers comprehensive air treatment accessories to complete your air system including: in-line coalescing filters, refrigerated air dryers, desiccant air dryers, sterile in-line filters, air receiver tanks, timer and demand style condensate drains, and oil/water condensate separators.
2. Automatic Intake Valve
3. Oil Chamber
4. Compression Chamber
5. Oil Cooler
6. Oil Filter
8. Compressed Air
10. Coalescing Filter
11. Oil Return Valve
12. Minimum Pressure Non Return Valve
During the compression process, air is drawn through a filter into the "Rotor-Stator unit".
Such "unit" consists of a cylinder (stator) in which a rotor mounted eccentrically and tangential with the stator rotates. The rotor has longitudinal slots in which vanes slide.
Vanes are pushed against the stator internal surface by centrifugal force, generated by rotation. Air is compressed through the contraction in volume of the chamber, consisting of the stator, vanes and rotor, during rotation. Sealing between the moving parts, cooling and lubrication are ensured by oil injection. At the exit from the rotor-stator unit the air-oil mixture passes through a filtering element, separating oil from the air, this oil is then recovered and returns to the intake.
The air-oil mixture leaving the compression unit passes through a special internal sleeve and touches the internal surface of the finned chamber. By passing through mechanical and coalescing separation stages, the mixture of compressed air and oil is purified until the maximum oil carry-over in the air does not exceed 3 ppm (parts per million).
An air flow, produced by the axial fan, flows through the finned chamber and removes heat generated during the compression. Compressed air leaves the compressor through a valve, which has the function of keeping a minimum pressure inside the oil chamber, so as to ensure suitable operation when the compressor is delivering air.