What does a CO2 Compressor do?

CO2 Compressors force air into a container and pressurize it, making it possible to do their job. This causes pressure to rise in the tank when the air is pushed through a hole. A crankshaft, piston, valve, head, and connecting rod are used in the same way as a combustion engine. Among the many uses of liquid carbon dioxide are freezing and chilling food goods, carbonated drinks, water treatment, low-temperature testing of aircraft and electronic components, oil and gas well stimulations, and chemical reactions control.