A: Air is drawn in through the intake valve.
B: Air is contained between the rotor and stator wall.
C: Air is compressed by decreasing volume. Lubricant is continually injected to cool, seal and lubricate.
D: High pressure air passes into the primary oil separator.
E: Remaining traces of lubricant are removed in a final separator element, ensuring high quality air.
F: System air passes through the after-cooler, removing most of the condensate.
G: Lubricant is circulated by differential air pressure (No lubricant pump required). It passes through an air-blast lubricant cooler and filter before being returned to the compressor.
H: Air flow is regulated by an in built modulation system.