Compressors are key components of the air conditioning cycle. Compressors use the engine’s driving force to draw in and compress refrigerant, which is vaporized via an evaporator using heat from the cabin, then send the high temperature, high pressure refrigerant gas to the condenser.
CompressorsCR Series Of Fixed Displacement Rotary Compressors
In vane rotary compressors with fixed displacement, the vanes protrude when the rotor turns, and refrigerant is compressed due to the change in volume within the enclosed space of the cylinder. There are two compression chambers—top and bottom—and there are ten output pulses per shaft rotation.
Our vane rotary compressor series comprises CR06, CR08, CR10, and CR12.
With their simple structures and small sizes, these compressors are easy to install as they are small and lightweight, and are commonly used in compact cars. The heart of the compressor, the rotating body section, can also be used for a cartridge structure, providing superior cost performance and energy efficiency.
CompressorsVariable Displacement Compressors
Single-sided swash plate type variable displacement compressors can change output according to the necessary cooling capacity. These compressors are able to control displacement according to different driving conditions such as temperature and speed.
Our variable displacement compressor series comprises CSV511, CSE614, and CSV617.
These compressors can change output according to the necessary cooling capacity, so they are able to reduce unnecessary energy consumption. This contributes to improvements in fuel efficiency and acceleration performance.