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Magnetic air compressor

Magnetic air compressor

Magnetic air compressor

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Hello to everyone,

It's my first time here and for what I've read, it looks really cool !!!   I would like to know if anyone of you has had any contact or knows about air compressors driven not by motors but by a magnets positioned in the cylinder.  I'm looking for small cylinder-piston or diaphragm compressors that use this kind of drive. Also I would like to know where to find miniature compressors like the ones used in portable car air units that work with up to 250 psi.

Thanks in advance.

Roberto Galvez
Mech. Eng.

RE: Magnetic air compressor

I think some of the "aquarium" style of air compressors work on this principal. A changing magnetic flux moves a diaphram. I doubt you would get that much pressure though.
Good luck
Ralph

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