Rotor Champ design... Without an efficient, durable airend, a unique compressor design means nothing. That’s why Champion designs and manufactures this critical component in house to exacting standards. The Enduro air end uses a belt-driven design, giving you added flexibility for changing discharge pressures, when necessary.
Tens of thousands of Enduro airends are in operation worldwide, proving that the heart of a RotorChamp compressor can stand the test of time.
Airborne contaminants from the atmosphere, such as dust, water vapor, and hydrocarbons enter the air system through the compressor intake. These contaminants, usually 4 million particles per cubic foot, can easily pass through a typical compressor intake filter since over 80% of these particles are less than 2 microns in size. The compressor also contributes to the problem with wear particles, oil vapor and fine aerosols that leak past glands and seals from the oil sump into the compression chamber.
Such contaminants in the air system can affect the efficient operation of pneumatic devices and, over time, damage them. Compressed air filters that are installed upstream of the air devices will remove most of these contaminants, as well as, most liquid water from the air system.