Translating Rotor Compressor

Compressors consume 30%~40% electricity globally. Any Improvement for compressor is meaningful to our environment. We dedicate to make a new kind of compressor that is more efficient, low cost, quiet and flow adjustable.

Our compressor is designed with an orbital(or translating) rotor. Without reciprocal motion it runs fast and quiet. The orbital motion has a very low friction speed, so this compressor can ran much fast and its size can be reduced remarkably.

Unlike the screw and scroll compressor which have constant compression ratio and not so efficient at variable real status, our compressor uses reed valves to ensure it always output the needed pressure.

Adjustable flow makes it possible to save energy at variable load.

Efficient sealing design makes it work efficiently.

The compression structure is self-engaged without extra anti-rotate parts, so it has smaller number of parts than scroll compressor.

Its simple and strong structure make it reliable and easy to be manufactured.

Novel Working Principle

As shown in picture and video, this new compressor works different as all other styles. During the rotor translating circularly, the rotor teeth and shell teeth are engaged and form closed spaces which volume change is used to apply pressure to the gas inside.

With bypass slot for each compression chamber, the flow regulating plate can change the flow rate by simply rotating operation.

Update 1: First Miniature Air Compressor Prototype Works Well

To reduce the cost, the first prototype was designed as a small air compressor.

Our next step is to build a regular size one for detailed performances and lifetime test.

Working Principle
First Prototype Test


All the applications with compressors, vacuum pumps etc. Such as air/natural gas processing and pressurizing, refrigeration and air conditioning, plant product line etc. Applications have covered most industries in the world.

Oil free air compressor, for medical application


There are over 100 million compressors produced every year in the world.

This model calculates a refrigerant R22 compression process, ARI standard conditions, 14 cum/h, 2850 RPM, 6 chambers, delivery volume 81.9 cc per rotation.

The model inputs and outputs are listed below.

Calculated performance 1:

X --> Rotate Angle

Y --> Volume at per chamber, cc

Y --> Pressure at per chamber, bar

Y --> Mass flow at per chamber, kg/h

Y --> Power at per chamber, kW

Calculated performance 2:

X --> Rotate Angle

Y --> Push force from discharge to rotor, N

Y --> Push force from chamger to rotor, N

Y --> Total push force to rotor, N

Y --> Total mass flow, kg/h

Calculated performance 3:

X --> Rotate Angle

Y --> Compression and discharge power at the position, kW

Y --> Suction power at the position, kW

Y --> Total power at the position, kW

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