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Product Description

Reciprotating Completely Oil-Free Hydrogen Diaphragm Compressor
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Our company specialize in making various kinds of compressors, such as:Diaphragm compressor,Piston compressor, Air compressors,Nitrogen generator,Oxygen generator ,Gas cylinder,etc. All products can be customized according to your parameters and other requirements.
Process principle
Hydrogen Diaphragm compressor according to the needs of the user, choose the right type of compressor to meet the needs of the user. The diaphragm of the metal diaphragm compressor completely separates the gas from the hydraulic oil system to ensure the purity of the gas and no pollution to the gas. At the same time, advanced manufacturing technology and accurate membrane cavity design technology are adopted to ensure the service life of the diaphragm compressor diaphragm. No pollution: the metal diaphragm group completely separates the process gas from the hydraulic oil and lubricating oil parts to ensure the gas purity.
Main Structure
Diaphragm compressor structure is mainly composed of motor, base, crankcase, crankshaft linkage mechanism, cylinder components, crankshaft connecting rod, piston, oil and gas pipeline, electric control system and some accessories.
Gas Media type
Our compressors can compress ammonia, propylene, nitrogen, oxygen, helium, hydrogen, hydrogen chloride, argon, hydrogen chloride, hydrogen sulfide, hydrogen bromide, ethylene, acetylene, etc.(Nitrogen diaphragm compressor,bottle filling compressor,oxygen diaphragm compressor)
--No leakage: the compressor membrane head is sealed by static "O" ring. The O "ring is made of elastic material, with long service life and no dynamic seal to ensure no leakage during gas compression.
--Corrosion resistance: the compressor membrane head can be made of 316L stainless steel, the diaphragm is made of 301 stainless steel.
--Small tightening torque: "O" ring seal, can reduce flange bolt tightening torque, reduce shutdown maintenance time.
The compressor is consists of a 3 pieces of diaphragms. The diaphragm is clamped along the surrounding area by the hydraulic oil side and the process gas side of the process. The diaphragm is driven by the hydraulic driver in the film head to achieve the compression and transportation of the gas. The main body of the diaphragm compressor consists of 2 systems: the hydraulic oil system and the gas compression system, and the metal membrane separates these 2 systems.
The diaphragm compressor is a volume compressor of a special structure. It is the highest -level compression method in the field of gas compression. This compression method does not have secondary pollution. It has very good protection for the compressed gas. Good sealing, compressed gas is not polluted by lubricating oil and other CHINAMFG impurities. Therefore, it is suitable for compressing high purity, rare precious, flammable and explosive, toxic and harmful, corrosive, and high pressure gas.
diaphragm compressor is a variant of the classic reciprocating compressor with backup and piston rings and rod seal. The compression of gas occurs by means of a flexible membrane, instead of an intake element. The back and forth moving membrane is driven by a rod and a crankshaft mechanism. Only the membrane and the compressor box come in touch with pumped gas. For this reason this construction is the best suited for pumping toxic and explosive gases. The membrane has to be reliable enough to take the strain of pumped gas. It must also have adequate chemical properties and sufficient temperature resistance.
The diaphragm compressor is mainly composed of motors, bases, crankshaft boxes, crankshaft connecting rods, cylinder components, oil and gas pipelines, electrical control systems, and some accessories.

The compressor is consists of a 3 pieces of diaphragms. The diaphragm is clamped along the surrounding area by the hydraulic oil side and the process gas side of the process. The diaphragm is driven by the hydraulic driver in the film head to achieve the compression and transportation of the gas. The main body of the diaphragm compressor consists of 2 systems: the hydraulic oil system and the gas compression system, and the metal membrane separates these 2 systems.

Basically, the structure of the diaphragm compressor is divided into 2 parts: the hydraulic framework and the pneumatic force framework. During the compression process, there are 2 steps: the suction stroke and the delivery stroke.

Advantages of Diaphragm compressor:

  1. Good Sealing Performance .
  2. Cylinder has good heat dissipation performance .
  3. Completely Oil-free , the gas purity can be guaranteed to be higher than 99.999% .
  4. High Compression Ratios, High discharge pressure up to 1000bar .
  5. Long service life ,more than 20 years .

Application :
food industry, petroleum industry, chemical industry, electronics industry, nuclear power plant, aerospace, medicine, scientific research

GZ series diaphragm compressor :
Structure type : Z type
Piston Travel : 70-180mm
Max Piston force : 10KN-90KN
Max discharge Pressure : 70MPa
Flow Rate Range :0.5-500Nm3/h
Motor Power : 2.2KW-45KW

GZ series diaphragm compressor parameter table
Model Cooling water consumption (t/h) Displacement (Nm³/h) Intake pressure (MPa) Exhaust pressure (MPa) Dimensions L×W×H(mm) Weight (t) Motor Power (kW)
GZ-2/3 1.0 2.0 0.0 0.3 1200×700×1100 0.5 2.2
GZ-5/0.5-10 0.2 5.0 0.05 1.0 1400×740×1240 0.65 2.2
GZ-5/13-200 0.4 5.0 1.3 20 1500×760×1200 0.75 4.0
GZ-15/3-19 0.5 15 0.3 1.9 1400×740×1330 0.75 4.0
GZ-30/5-10 0.5 30 0.5 1.0 1400×740×1330 0.7 3.0
GZ-50/9.5-25 0.6 50 0.95 2.5 1500×760×1200 0.75 5.5
GZ-20/5-25 0.6 20 0.5 2.5 1400×760×1600 0.65 4.0
GZ-20/5-30 1.0 20 0.5 3.0 1400×760×1600 0.65 5.5
GZ-12/0.5-8 0.4 12 0.05 0.8 1500×760×1200 0.75 4.0
GZ-5/0.5-8 0.2 5.0 0.05 0.8 1400×740×1240 0.65 2.2
GZ-14/39-45 0.5 14 3.9 4.5 1000×460×1100 0.7 2.2
GZ-60/30-40 2.1 60 3.0 4.0 1400×800×1300 0.75 3.0
GZ-80/59-65 0.5 80 5.9 6.5 1200×780×1200 0.75 7.5
GZ-30/7-30 1.0 30 0.7 3.0 1400×760×1600 0.65 5.5
GZ-10/0.5-10 0.2 10 0.05 1.0 1400×800×1150 0.5 4.0
GZ-5/8 0.2 5.0 0.0 0.8 1400×800×1150 0.5 3.0
GZ-15/10-100 0.6 15 1.0 10 1400×850×1320 1.0 5.5
GZ-20/8-40 1.0 20 0.8 4.0 1400×850×1320 1.0 4.0
GZ-20/32-160 1.0 20 3.2 16 1400×850×1320 1.0 5.5
GZ-30/7.5-25 1.0 30 0.75 2.5 1400×850×1320 1.0 7.5
GZ-5/0.1-7 1.0 5.0 0.01 0.7 1200×750×1000 0.6 2.2
GZ-8/5 1.0 8.0 0.0 0.5 1750×850×1250 1.0 3.0
GZ-11/0.36-6 0.4 11 0.036 0.6 1500×760×1200 0.75 3.0
GZ-3/0.2 1.0 3.0 0.0 0.02 1400×800×1300 1.0 2.2
GZ-80/20-35 1.5 80 2.0 3.5 1500×800×1300 0.9 5.5
GZ-15/30-200 1.0 15 3.0 20 1400×1000×1200 0.8 4.0
GZ-12/4-35 1.0 12 0.4 3.5 1500×1000×1500 0.8 5.5
GZ-10/0.5-7 0.4 10 0.05 0.7 1500×760×1200 0.75 3.0
GZ-7/0.1-6 1.0 7.0 0.01 0.6 1200×900×1200 0.8 3.0
GZ-20/4-20 1.0 20 0.4 2.0 1400×850×1320 0.75 2.2
GZF-42/120-350 1.2 42 12 35 900×630×834 0,42 5.5
GZ-7/0.1-6 1.5 7 0.01 0.6 1200×900×1200 0.8 3.0
GZ-120/80-85 1.5 100 8.0 8.5 1200×900×1200 0.8 4.0
GZ-5/6-10 1.0 5.0 0.6 1.0 1200×700×1100 0.7 2.2
GZ-7/50-350 1.0 7.0 5.0 35 1150×700×1100 0.45 3.0
GZ-20/7-30 1.0 20 0.7 3.0 1400×760×1100 0.75 4.0
GZ-62/40-56 1.5 62 4.0 5.6 1200×700×1100 0.45 3.0
GZ-15/10-12 1.5 15 1.0 1.2 1200×700×1100 0.5 3.0
GZ-14/6-20 1.0 14 0.6 2.0 1200×700×1100 0.5 2.2
GZ-350/120-450 1.0 350 5-20 450 2350×1850×1100 7.0 37
GZ-936/8-8.3 2.0 936 0.8 0.83 2100×1500×1700 2.0 15

Diaphragm compressors are usually driven by an electric motor and driven by a belt (many current designs use direct-drive couplings due to associated safety requirements). The belt drives the flywheel mounted on the crankshaft to rotate, and the crank drives the connecting rod into reciprocating motion. The connecting rod and the crosshead are connected by a crosshead pin, and the crosshead reciprocates on the settlement segment.
The hydraulic piston (piston rod) is mounted to the crosshead. The piston is sealed by piston rings and reciprocates in a hydraulic cylinder. Each movement of the piston generates a fixed volume of lubricating oil, thereby driving the diaphragm to reciprocate. The lubricating oil acts on the diaphragm, so it is actually the diaphragm compressed gas.
The main functions of hydraulic oil in diaphragm compressors are: lubricating moving parts; compressing gas; cooling. The circulation of lubricating oil starts from the crankcase, where the crankcase seat oil sump. The lubricating oil enters the inlet filter, and the lubricating oil is usually cooled by a water-cooled cooler. The lubricating oil then enters the mechanical oil pump and is filtered through the filter. Then the lubricating oil is divided into 2 ways, 1 way to lubricate the bearings, connecting rod small heads, etc., and the other way into the compensation pump, which is used to push the diaphragm movement.

      Application of hydrogen diaphragm compressor :
Food industry, petroleum industry, chemical industry, electronics industry, nuclear power plant, aerospace, industrial equipment, medicine, scientific research .

Our Certificate : CE and ISO certification
Our Service for diaphragm compressor : 
1.Service time : 24*7 Hours
2.Customized Service 
3.Perfect pre-sale,sale,after-sales service
5.Onsite commissioning Service
6.18 months warranty period

Q1.How about your after-sales service?
A: 1. Provide customers with intallation and commissioning online instructions.
2. Well-trained engineers available to overseas after-sales service.

Q2.What's payment term?
A: T/T, L/C, D/P, Western Union, Trade Assurance and etc. Also we could accept USD, RMB, GBP, Euro and other currency.

Q3 : How long is your air compressor warranty?
A: Usually 1 year /12 Months for whole compressor machine, 2years/24months for air end (except maintenance spare parts.). And we can provide further warranty if necessary.
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After-sales Service: 18 Months
Warranty: 18 Months
Principle: Reciprocating Compressor
Application: High Back Pressure Type
Performance: Low Noise, Variable Frequency, Explosion-Proof
Mute: Mute


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Can air compressors be used for cleaning and blowing dust?

Yes, air compressors can be effectively used for cleaning and blowing dust in various applications. Here's how air compressors are utilized for these purposes:

1. Cleaning Machinery and Equipment:

Air compressors are commonly used for cleaning machinery and equipment in industries such as manufacturing, automotive, and construction. Compressed air is directed through a nozzle or blowgun attachment to blow away dust, debris, and other contaminants from surfaces, crevices, and hard-to-reach areas. The high-pressure air effectively dislodges and removes accumulated dust, helping to maintain equipment performance and cleanliness.

2. Dusting Surfaces:

Air compressors are also employed for dusting surfaces in various settings, including homes, offices, and workshops. The compressed air can be used to blow dust off furniture, shelves, electronic equipment, and other objects. It provides a quick and efficient method of dusting, especially for intricate or delicate items where traditional dusting methods may be challenging.

3. Cleaning HVAC Systems:

Air compressors are utilized for cleaning HVAC (Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning) systems. The compressed air can be used to blow dust, dirt, and debris from air ducts, vents, and cooling coils. This helps improve the efficiency and air quality of HVAC systems, preventing the buildup of contaminants that can affect indoor air quality.

4. Blowing Dust in Workshops:

In workshops and garages, air compressors are often used to blow dust and debris from workbenches, power tools, and work areas. Compressed air is directed to blow away loose particles and maintain a clean and safe work environment. This is particularly useful in woodworking, metalworking, and other trades where dust and debris can accumulate during the manufacturing or fabrication processes.

5. Cleaning Electronics and Computer Equipment:

Air compressors are employed for cleaning electronics and computer equipment. The compressed air is used to blow dust and debris from keyboards, computer cases, circuit boards, and other electronic components. It helps in preventing overheating and maintaining the proper functioning of sensitive electronic devices.

6. Industrial Cleaning Applications:

Air compressors find extensive use in industrial cleaning applications. They are employed in industrial settings, such as factories and warehouses, for cleaning large surfaces, production lines, and equipment. Compressed air is directed through specialized cleaning attachments or air-operated cleaning systems to remove dust, dirt, and contaminants efficiently.

When using air compressors for cleaning and blowing dust, it is important to follow safety precautions and guidelines. The high-pressure air can cause injury if directed towards the body or sensitive equipment. It is advisable to wear appropriate personal protective equipment, such as safety glasses and gloves, and ensure that the air pressure is regulated to prevent excessive force.

Overall, air compressors provide a versatile and effective solution for cleaning and blowing dust in various applications, offering a convenient alternative to traditional cleaning methods.

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How do you choose the right air compressor for woodworking?

Choosing the right air compressor for woodworking is essential to ensure efficient and effective operation of pneumatic tools and equipment. Here are some factors to consider when selecting an air compressor for woodworking:

1. Required Air Volume (CFM):

Determine the required air volume or cubic feet per minute (CFM) for your woodworking tools and equipment. Different tools have varying CFM requirements, so it is crucial to choose an air compressor that can deliver the required CFM to power your tools effectively. Make sure to consider the highest CFM requirement among the tools you'll be using simultaneously.

2. Tank Size:

Consider the tank size of the air compressor. A larger tank allows for more stored air, which can be beneficial when using tools that require short bursts of high air volume. It helps maintain a consistent air supply and reduces the frequency of the compressor cycling on and off. However, if you have tools with continuous high CFM demands, a larger tank may not be as critical.

3. Maximum Pressure (PSI):

Check the maximum pressure (PSI) rating of the air compressor. Woodworking tools typically operate within a specific PSI range, so ensure that the compressor can provide the required pressure. It is advisable to choose an air compressor with a higher maximum PSI rating to accommodate any future tool upgrades or changes in your woodworking needs.

4. Noise Level:

Consider the noise level of the air compressor, especially if you'll be using it in a residential or shared workspace. Some air compressors have noise-reducing features or are designed to operate quietly, making them more suitable for woodworking environments where noise control is important.

5. Portability:

Assess the portability requirements of your woodworking projects. If you need to move the air compressor frequently or work in different locations, a portable and lightweight compressor may be preferable. However, if the compressor will remain stationary in a workshop, a larger, stationary model might be more suitable.

6. Power Source:

Determine the power source available in your woodworking workspace. Air compressors can be powered by electricity or gasoline engines. If electricity is readily available, an electric compressor may be more convenient and cost-effective. Gasoline-powered compressors offer greater flexibility for remote or outdoor woodworking projects where electricity may not be accessible.

7. Quality and Reliability:

Choose an air compressor from a reputable manufacturer known for producing reliable and high-quality equipment. Read customer reviews and consider the warranty and after-sales support offered by the manufacturer to ensure long-term satisfaction and reliability.

8. Budget:

Consider your budget and balance it with the features and specifications required for your woodworking needs. While it's important to invest in a reliable and suitable air compressor, there are options available at various price points to accommodate different budgets.

By considering these factors and evaluating your specific woodworking requirements, you can choose an air compressor that meets the demands of your tools, provides efficient performance, and enhances your woodworking experience.

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Can air compressors be used for automotive applications?

Yes, air compressors can be used for various automotive applications and are commonly found in automotive repair shops, garages, and even in some vehicles. Here are some automotive applications where air compressors are frequently utilized:

1. Tire Inflation: Air compressors are commonly used to inflate tires in automotive applications. They provide a convenient and efficient way to inflate tires to the recommended pressure, ensuring optimal tire performance, fuel efficiency, and safety.

2. Air Tools: Air compressors power a wide range of pneumatic tools used in automotive repair and maintenance. These tools include impact wrenches, ratchet wrenches, air hammers, pneumatic drills, and sanders. Air-powered tools are favored for their high torque and power-to-weight ratio, making them suitable for heavy-duty automotive tasks.

3. Spray Painting: Air compressors are commonly used in automotive painting applications. They power airbrushes and spray guns that are used to apply paint, primer, and clear coats. Air compressors provide the necessary air pressure to atomize the paint and deliver a smooth and even finish.

4. Brake System Maintenance: Air compressors play a crucial role in maintaining and diagnosing automotive brake systems. They are used to pressurize the brake lines, allowing for proper bleeding of the system and detection of leaks or faults.

5. Suspension Systems: Some automotive suspension systems, such as air suspensions, rely on air compressors to maintain the desired air pressure in the suspension components. The compressor inflates or deflates the suspension as needed to provide a comfortable ride and optimal handling.

6. Cleaning and Dusting: Air compressors are used for cleaning automotive parts, blowing away dust and debris, and drying surfaces. They provide a high-pressure stream of air that effectively cleans hard-to-reach areas.

7. Air Conditioning Systems: Air compressors are a key component in automotive air conditioning systems. They compress and circulate refrigerant, allowing the system to cool and dehumidify the air inside the vehicle.

When using air compressors for automotive applications, it's important to consider the specific requirements of the task at hand. Ensure that the air compressor has the necessary pressure and capacity to meet the demands of the application. Additionally, use appropriate air hoses, fittings, and tools that are compatible with the compressor's output.

Overall, air compressors are versatile and valuable tools in the automotive industry, providing efficient power sources for a wide range of applications, from tire inflation to powering pneumatic tools and supporting various automotive systems.

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