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Compressed Air
Automatic regulation of of compressed air supply in new and existing installations
Compressed Air : 07 February, 2015
A smart way of helping OEMs achieve their energy efficiency and sustainability targets of machinery, the MS6-E2M module from Festo monitors and regulates the compressed air supply in new and existing systems fully automatically. As opposed to conventional service units, the MS6-E2M energy efficiency module, or E2M, actively intervenes in the air supply.
Energy-saving compressor helps packaging line go green
Compressed Air : 18 January, 2014
When Glinwell, a leading horticultural grower and packer, came to install its latest product packaging facility it was found that the plant’s existing compressed air supply needed to be upgraded to meet the increased process air demand. By choosing a new Atlas Copco GA VSD+ compressor the company was able to not only ensure reliable system pressure but also achieve substantial energy savings into the bargain.
Flexible compressed air installation saves energy
Compressed Air : 10 January, 2014
Henkel Central Eastern Europe (CEE) in Vienna has saved energy at its modern production facility for laundry detergents by establishing three air networks fed by Atlas Copco compressors with different operating pressures for various applications throughout its plant premises.
Precision engineering company opts for energy-saving, eco-efficient compressor
Compressed Air : 24 October, 2013
In September 2012 Atlas Copco Compressors invited precision engineering company Di-Spark Group to trial the operation of its latest innovation, the energy and space saving, vertical aspect GA15VSD+ rotary screw compressor, which is powered by Atlas Copco's in-house designed interior permanent magnet (iPM) motor. The compressor’s performance and the impressive energy savings gained to date, plus the unit’s minimal footprint, persuaded Di-Spark to install the compressor as a permanent addition to the air supply plant at its two sites in Horndean, East Hampshire.
Compressor technology saves energy for automotive supplier
Compressed Air : 14 July, 2013
At Alutec in Germany, the supply of compressed air is obtained through an Atlas Copco contracting agreement. In 2012, the entire compressor station was replaced by latest generation machinery, saving the company at least 70,000kWh every year. Alutec uses the waste heat from the energy efficient compressor for cleaning parts and for heating.
Simple and quick connect replacement for existing compressed gas connectors
Compressed Air : 24 May, 2013
FasTest announces the expansion of its innovative ReConnect Program to include the company’s compressed gas connectors, providing a simple and quick connect replacement solution for existing connector technology used for compressed gas filling applications. Through this program, companies can trade in their old or current gas connectors and receive a one-time discount for each connector replaced.
Chicago Pneumatic exhibits at ComVac, Hannover
Compressed Air : 27 March, 2013
It has now been two years since Chicago Pneumatic launched its compressor portfolio on the European market through a range of distributors. The brand is known for its broad portfolio covering the industrial, vehicle service and construction segment.
Refurbishment centre breathes second life into used equipment
Compressed Air : 18 October, 2012
Atlas Copco’s European OriginAir Centre has been officially opened in Belgium. The aim is to provide a single, centralised competence center for the refurbishment of air compressors, dryers and boosters in Europe.
Aeronautics research department puts compressed air to the test
Compressed Air : 17 August, 2012
The aeronautics department at the Imperial College of London carries out a range of testing and research projects funded by the Engineering and Physical Sciences' Research Council, the EU and a variety of industrial and government bodies.
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