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GrassAir news: piston compressor-series BLocair BL-BH BK Introduction of the direct driven industrial piston compressors
GrassAir news: piston compressor-series BLocair BL-BH BK
Introduction of the direct driven industrial piston compressors Many companies have a low compressed air demand, that also varies between 0 and 100%. In that case it is very important to choose the right compressor to do the job. When the compressor stops several times during the day and cools down, than a screwcompressor is not the right choice. Because condensate is falling down in the oilreservoir and oil-water emulsions starts to happen and will clog the filters. This will result in a high maintenance-level. The solution for this problem is to use an industrial piston compressor. It has no oilcirculation system and will not have the described problems. The new Blocair series piston compressors has following range: BL: one-stage compressors oillubricated, power from 1,5 to 3 kW. workingpressure 10 bar BH: two-stage compressors oillubricated, power from 1,5 to 4 kW, workingpressure from 10 to 15 bar BK: two-stage oilfree compressors, power from 1,1 to 4 kW, workingpressure 10 bar These compressors are suitable
04-09-2009  |  5361x  |  Product news  | 
Rotary blowers with aftercooler: The DB 166 C and DB 236 C
Rotary blowers with aftercooler: The DB 166 C and DB 236 C
Kaeser Kompressoren recently introduced its new generation of high efficiency rotary blowers. In combination with an efficient aftercooler, the DB 166 C and the DB 236 C not only provide significant energy savings, but also help to reduce overall costs. In view of continuously soaring prices for industrial energy in recent years, the issue of how to save energy has become a key focus for discussion. An important factor to consider therefore is that the efficiency of a machine, or system, is dictated by its total service life costs rather than just by how much energy it consumes. It was with this knowledge in mind that Kaeser set about developing its latest generation of rotary blowers. The resulting DB 166 C and DB 236 C models are consequently based on inherently intelligent design. System operators not only benefit from the significant energy and operational cost savings that these innovative rotary blower systems have to offer, but are also able to take advantage
14-11-2005  |  3629x  |  Product news  | 
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