LE/LT Series Piston Air Compressors

LE/LT Series Piston Air Compressors

LE/LT Series Piston Air Compressors

Are you looking for a durable and high-performance compressed air solution for your specific industrial applications? Our LE LT oil lubricated aluminum piston compressors are designed for you.

LE/LT Series Piston Air Compressors Product Features

Completely reliable. LE/LT compressors are extremely reliable devices. They offer the lowest operating temperatures in the industry and quality air with low oil carryover. Built with durable and high quality materials, these compressors ensure quality performance and long product life
Low operating costs and easy maintenance. LE/LT offers low operating costs. Maintenance is easy as parts and service points are easily accessible
Save space. Our LE/LT compressors are ideal for customers with limited space. Directly connected to the motor, the compressor block is made of lightweight materials with excellent cooling properties.

LE with oil for single-stage compression

This single-stage oil piston compressor allows filtered air to enter both cylinders via the inlet valve. The piston is pushed forward by the connecting rod connected to the balanced crankshaft. The maximum operating pressure is 10 bar (145 psi). Capacities range from 3.4 to 31.7 l/s at 50 Hz and 8.3 to 79.8 cfm at 60 Hz. The air compressed in the cylinders exits through the outlet valve when the pressure is 10 bar (145 psi).

LT with oil for two-stage compression

The LT two-stage oil lubricated piston compressor ensures that the filtered air enters only one cylinder. This low pressure cylinder supplies air to the second (high pressure) cylinder, which can operate at a maximum pressure of 15, 20 and 30 bar (218, 290 or 435 psi) with the following capacities: – 3.1 to 11.7 l/s at 50 Hz between 15 bar (218 psi), 7.6 to 23.1 cfm at 60 Hz. – 20 bar (290 psi) from 2.1 to 18.0 l/s at 50 Hz, 5.7 to 44.3 cfm at 60 Hz. – 30 bar (435 psi) from 2.5 to 17 l/s at 50 Hz, 6.6 to 41.7 cfm at 60 Hz. The compression temperature is reduced between two stages for higher compression efficiency.