How to Choose Oil-Free or Oil-Lubricated Rotary Screw Air Compressors for Your Application
This webinar provides a comprehensive comparison between oil-free and oil-lubricated rotary screw air compressors.
Sponsored by: Kaishan Compressor


Thursday, July 11, 2024


1:00 p.m. CT

This webinar provides a comprehensive comparison between oil-free and oil-lubricated rotary screw air compressors to aid professionals in selecting the optimal compressor for their specific needs. Covering essential factors such as performance, maintenance requirements, environmental impact, and cost considerations, this webinar offers insights into the advantages and disadvantages of each type of compressor.

Attendees will better understand the operational differences between oil-free and oil-lubricated rotary screw air compressors, enabling them to make informed decisions based on their application requirements and operational constraints. Whether for industrial or commercial applications, this webinar equips participants with the knowledge needed to navigate the complexities of compressor selection, ensuring optimal efficiency, reliability and performance in their systems.

Learning objectives:

  • Differentiate between oil-free and oil-lubricated compressors in design, performance, maintenance needs, environmental impact and cost considerations.
  • Evaluate the operational advantages and disadvantages of oil-free and oil-lubricated compressors to determine suitability for specific applications.
  • Discuss applications that commonly require high-quality, oil-free air.
  • Apply knowledge gained from the webinar to confidently select the most appropriate compressor type based on application requirements and operational constraints.



Brandon Dial
Brandon Dial is a seasoned professional with nearly two decades of experience in the compressed air and gas industry. Throughout his career, Brandon has demonstrated expertise in various aspects of the industry, including air system auditing, sales management, project management, lean manufacturing, system engineering, programming, software implementation and customer service. He has contributed to numerous air audits and has been a sought-after speaker, conducting many seminars on compressed air products and systems. In addition to his professional pursuits, Brandon enjoys spending quality time with his family, mainly engaging in outdoor activities like fishing and camping as well as board games. He holds a Bachelor of Science in electrical and computer engineering from Baylor University.


Sponsored by

Kaishan Compressor