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Why Flywheel of Refrigeration Air Compressor is connected through the motor with the belt while in case of Air Compressor it is directly connected through the coupling.

If the liquid goes in the compressor since it is incompressible it will be unable to get compress so Refrigeration air compressor are belt driven so that it slips during this event but if it is directly attached to the motor so there may be possibility that before the time it stops all the internal parts will be cracked but at the same time in air compressor there is a option of drainage of water after each stage so that not even the single drop of water should be carry away with air to the next stage of compression.

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