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As the intake air passes through the rotary blower’s
fl ow chamber, its volume remains constant (isochoric
process). Actual compression takes place outside
of the blower block with the accumulation of the
air mass taking place in the subsequent process.
This “adaptive” compression always produces only
the amount of pressure needed by the process.
This makes rotary blowers particularly suitable for
applications with a relatively high proportion of idling
(e.g pneumatic conveying) and / or heavily fl uctuating