How to distinguish between general air compressor and laboratory air compressor

First of all, laboratory air compressor require higher gas production, which refers to the compressed air displacement per unit of power. This is a very important indicator. Users should make more comparisons when choosing. The higher gas production at the same power means that the machine design is more scientific, more environmentally friendly and energy saving, and at the same time the stability and durability will be better.
Secondly, the laboratory's oil-free air compressor requires a suitable exhaust pressure. Generally, the exhaust pressure should reach 7 Bar according to industry standards, and most of them currently achieve 8 Bar.
In addition, oil-free air compressors need to maintain dry air and clean air. The application of completely oil-free lubrication technology, as well as the treatment of the interior wall of the compressor air chamber and the plastic spraying treatment inside the air tank, are equipped with good air filters and The oil-water separator can ensure that the output air is cleaner and fresher. If the heatless regeneration dryer is installed, the air can be dried without water.
Finally, laboratory oil-free compressors require lower noise control, that is, the noise of laboratory air compressors must be controlled within 60 decibels, and staff will not feel uncomfortable working in such an environment. In view of the fact that most laboratories require a quiet environment, oil-free compressor with a noise higher than 60 decibels are not suitable for use in a laboratory environment.