Selecting the suitable rotary screw compressor can feel like a complicated task. Still, with Mark Compressor’s range of screw compressors, you can be confident that you can find the best solution for your needs. With years of experience in the manufacturing of screw type air compressors, Mark is the brand you can turn to get the help you need with your compressed air. Regardless if you need to run air tools, a car workshop or a major factory, we have the right solution to fit the needs.
The Mark compressor was born in Italy, and its birth country remains critical to our brand today, with significant production and development still present there.
When you start to explore your options, you realize that there are many things to consider when selecting a rotary screw compressor for your business. You want to consider how much compressed air you need now and what you might need in the future. Naturally, you can contact your Mark Compressor representative to get help establishing what compressor is required to meet your operational requirements.
It is with all these operational needs in mind that we have developed our product portfolio. Our range includes screw compressors with integrated air dryers and air filters, tank munted (with included air tank), to floor mounted units. The technologies we offer are belt driven, gear driven and energy-efficient variable speed compressors. These different technologies will help you meet your objective, be it purchase price or total cost of ownership.
Our goal is to provide you with a reliable rotary air compressor that you can depend on, which will help you get the job done. Therefore, our efforts to make the most reliable and dependable compressed air equipment never stop; we have screw compressors with simple controllers to compressors with advanced controllers and connectivity.
However, we ensure that using our screw air compressor should never be difficult; many of them are simple plug and play. We add other features: tank-mounted and full-featured units with integrated air filters, dryer and thermostatic valve. We also offer accessories like oil-water separators that ensure that your compressed air and oil are separated and compliant with your local regulations; explore our condensate management products here.
For a small business, such as car-garages, smaller factories, etc., a twin-screw compressor is the natural next choice when a piston compressor can no longer meet your operations’ requirement for compressed air. A rotary screw compressor typically runs quieter than a piston compressor.
A screw compressor has a higher duty cycle which allows continuous running, compared to a piston compressor that typically needs to break in the running not to fail. So when it comes to selecting a compressor for a start-up, a growing business or a large manufacturing plant, a Mark screw compressor will meet your needs.
How does a screw air compressor work? Simplistically a screw compressor has a male rotor and a female rotor that rotate in the opposite direction. As they rotate, the space between the rotors decreases and forces the air to compress.
• Belt-drive: where there is a belt that connects the motor with the compression unit.
• Gear-drive: the connection between the compression unit and the motor uses gears; this is more efficient than the belt-driven.
• Variable speed drive: is the most efficient type of compressor. The motor and the compression element are synchronized to produce compressed air as close as possible to the application's actual demand.
Our website may help you chose the best screw compressor to fit your needs. However, you might have questions about your complete installation or specific question about one of our models of screw air compressors. Feel free to contact us or request a quote. You can find your nearest office contact details in our contact section.
You can browse the selection of screw compressors here on the website and explore our other products such as compressed air dryers, filtration, and condensate management products like oil-water separators.