Reciprocating Air Compressor Parts
Worthington's feather valve design is the lightest, simplest, quietest compressor valve ever developed.
Worthington materials can be used to make a piston rod stainless and carbon steels and k-model.
Piston Rod Packing and Wiper Rings
The packing for a compressor come in two styles, a soft braided set or a segmental full floating set.
Piston Rod Packing and Rider Rings
Piston and rider rings can be made to fit any size cylinder bore whether standard or oversized.
The yang to the crosshead pin, the bushing provides a buffer between the pin and the forged steel wall of the connecting rod.
Crosshead pins are typically made from heat treated steel to strength to deal with the constant stress applied during operation.
Crossheads and Crosshead Shoes
Worthington’s crossheads are made from cast iron, nodular iron or cast steel for maximum strength.
Worthington crankshafts are made from steel forgings to provide maximum strength. All diameters are precision ground to size.
Pressure Switches, Check valves, Relief valves, Solenoid valves, fans and filters are a few of the ancillary products used in conjunction with Worthington’s air compressors.
Worthington conn rods are made from forgings and castings out of steel and cast iron.
Aftercoolers and Intercoolers
Worthington aftercoolers and intercoolers are built with a cast iron shell and a replaceable ASME tube bundle assembly.
Frames and Components
Worthington compressors were assembled with precision engineered components throughout. It all starts with the heavy duty frame.