COMPRESSORS

Gast rocking piston compressors are a variation of standard piston compressors. Instead of having a separate piston and rod that are connected via a wrist pin, rocking piston compressors utilize a solid cast piston rod that incorporates both the piston and rod.

Gast piston compressors are positive displacement compressors that utilize the same operating principle as an internal combustion engine. Similar to an internal combustion engine, the compressor has a crankshaft, connecting rod and piston, a cylinder and a valve head

Gast diaphragm compressors are a variation of standard piston compressors with the primary difference being the addition of a flexible diaphragm membrane in the head of the pump in lieu of a traditional piston

Gast rotary vane pumps produce vacuum and pressure flow free of pulsation because the inlet and exhaust ports do not have valves, and the air is moved continuously rather than intermittently. Pumping action is produced by a series of sliding, flat vanes as they rotate in a cylindrical housing.

In a Gast regenerative blower, the compression space consists of a hollow, circular ring between the tips of the impeller blades and the walls of the housing. In operation, the rotating impeller draws in air from the inlet port into the compression space and moves it radially outward to the curved housing by centrifugal force.I

Gast rocking piston compressors are a variation of standard piston compressors. Instead of having a separate piston and rod that are connected via a wrist pin, rocking piston compressors utilize a solid cast piston rod that incorporates both the piston and rod.

Gast piston compressors are positive displacement compressors that utilize the same operating principle as an internal combustion engine. Similar to an internal combustion engine, the compressor has a crankshaft, connecting rod and piston, a cylinder and a valve head

Gast diaphragm compressors are a variation of standard piston compressors with the primary difference being the addition of a flexible diaphragm membrane in the head of the pump in lieu of a traditional piston

Gast rotary vane pumps produce vacuum and pressure flow free of pulsation because the inlet and exhaust ports do not have valves, and the air is moved continuously rather than intermittently. Pumping action is produced by a series of sliding, flat vanes as they rotate in a cylindrical housing.

In a Gast regenerative blower, the compression space consists of a hollow, circular ring between the tips of the impeller blades and the walls of the housing. In operation, the rotating impeller draws in air from the inlet port into the compression space and moves it radially outward to the curved housing by centrifugal force.I

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