Air-Torque™ Piston Air Motors

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Air-powered Motors are engines which convert the energy of compressed air into mechanical work. They use the power of air in order to generate the necessary torque to produce rotational motion. Air driven motors and their concept to use air as an energy carrier is not a new idea. Historically, the air-powered motor has been applied since the 19th century to power mine locomotives. The most recent development uses pressurized air as fuel in an engine. The advantage of air motors lies in the fact that they are easy to use, maintain and handle. 

Air-Torque™ Piston Air Motors are the most efficient type of air powered motors. They are used in applications where high power as well as high starting torsion is required. They are also applied where accurate speed control is needed. In piston air motors, there are two to six cylinders attached either radially or axially. High rotation is produced by pressure that acts on the pistons which reciprocate in cylinders. Also, they are more user friendly. The volume of air needed is less which means less air leaks. You get more precise control with piston air motors which makes them ideal for low speed – high torque applications. Speed of motor can be adjusted to fine limits. Reversing is also possible. Piston air motors give near instant response even under load. These factors make air-powered motors highly useful and apt to be used in almost all conditions. Efficiency of piston air motors ensures that they give the maximum output while requiring little care.

The Ondrives.US Advantage

Air-powered motors offer many advantages in comparison to electric motors. Some of the advantages of air motors are: 
  • Because air powered motors do not need any electric power to run, they can be safely used in volatile atmospheres.
  • Power density of air driven motors is higher. Therefore, an air driven motor of the same size as that of an electric motor offers more power.
  • Overloads cause no harm to air powered motors. On the other hand, electric motors can easily trip circuits which have to be restored.
  • Air motors generate much less heat compared to electric motors.
  • Air motors can easily be transported for use in areas where electricity is not available
  • The advantage of air motors is evident from the above mentioned benefits. They are much more convenient and easy to use as compared to other power generating motors. They are also less polluting and require much less maintenance.
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