211A - Axial Compressor Model

Product Dimensions
(L x W x H)
27in. x 13in. x 11in. (680 x 330 x 300 mm)
18 lbs. (8 kg)

Shipping Dimensions
(L x W x H)
35in. x 17in. x 20in. (875 x 450 x 510 mm)
55 lbs. (25 kg)

A detailed scale model depicting features of industrial axial air compressors, as commonly used in oil & gas production and transmission applications, as well as within the refining industry.

Loosely based on a General Electric AN compressor and other common compressors manufactured by General Electric, Siemens, Delaval, Dresser-Rand, Man-Turbomascheinen, Elliott, Nuovo Pigone and others, the training aid includes all primary features, and depicts the internal flow path. The primary housing and secondary components are sectioned allowing for view of internal components, while visualizing assembly and disassembly procedures.

Convenient size, detail, color-coding, and multiple cutaways, combine to allow the device to be useful in courses relating to compressor operation/maintenance and process plant equipment.
Construction based on a variety of well-known compressor designs and manufacturers.
Primary shell diameter 7".
External detail including; inlet and discharge nozzles, casing, support piers, closure rings, oil connections, and bearing housings.
Internal detail including diaphragm assembly, rotor, impellers, stylized shaft seals, labyrinth seals, tilting pad radial bearings, stylized thrust bearing assembly, and flow path.
Full housing cutaway showing all primary internal components.
Cast urethane, acrylic and ABS components.
Color-coding throughout.
Durable PVC mounting base with provision for bench-top mounting and mounting on related DAC rack products.
Crating for shipment via common carrier.
None
•  No dedicated courseware provided.


Detailed educational scale models can be fragile by nature. DAC assumes NO liability for damage due to mishandling, misuse, or acts of fate.
In accordance with DAC’s established policy of continuous improvement, these specifications and product descriptions are subject to change without notice. This information is the latest technical information as of the time of viewing or printing.