Max­i­mum energy ef­fi­ciency at low op­er­at­ing pres­sure

DEMM Engineering & Manufacturing - - PRODUCT WATCH -

BOGE PROM­ISES that its new Low Pres­sure Turbo 150 will pro­vide the best ef­fi­ciency val­ues at an op­er­at­ing pres­sure up to 4 bar. In con­trast with oil-free screw com­pres­sors, low pres­sure turbo tech­nol­ogy stands out due to its ex­cel­lent char­ac­ter­is­tics, com­pact de­sign and quiet running. With 100 per­cent oil-free com­pressed air, the man­u­fac­turer says the com­pres­sor is par­tic­u­larly suit­able for sen­si­tive ar­eas of use such as glass production, fish farm­ing and the chem­i­cal in­dus­try. Com­bined with the con­tin­u­ous im­prove­ment pro­gramme ser­vice op­tion, the ma­chine re­mains con­stantly state- of-the-art and, says BOGE, it is thereby set­ting new stan­dards for on­go­ing energy- ef­fi­cient sup­ply in the low pres­sure sec­tor.

Man­u­fac­tur­ing glass pack­ag­ing, op­er­at­ing fish farms and clean­ing production lines for metal pro­cess­ing re­quire large amounts of com­pressed air up to 4 bar. With the Low Pres­sure Turbo 150, BOGE en­ables op­er­a­tors of low pres­sure net­works to re­duce their running costs. The optimum tech­ni­cal co­or­di­na­tion of per­ma­nent mag­net mo­tor, air- guided drive shaft and two-stage com­pres­sor sys­tem is set­ting new stan­dards with re­gard to ef­fi­ciency in the low pres­sure field. A fre­quency con­verter adapts the com­pres­sor to the com­pressed air re­quire­ment ac­cord­ingly. The en­tire drive mech­a­nism works with­out a sin­gle drop of oil. Oil-free class 0 com­pressed air is there­fore pro­duced. The tech­nol­ogy is par­tic­u­larly wear-free and low-main­te­nance – there is no re­quire­ment for reg­u­lar oil and fil­ter changes. With its com­pact de­sign, the Low Pres­sure Turbo 150 re­quires less space than com­pa­ra­ble screw com­pres­sors. Turbo tech­nol­ogy is also con­sid­er­ably qui­eter than oil-free screw com­pres­sors.

LAST­ING EF­FI­CIENCY DUE TO CON­TIN­U­OUS OP­TI­MI­SA­TION

With the BOGE con­tin­u­ous im­prove­ment pro­gramme (CIP) the com­pressed air spe­cial­ist of­fers users of the Low Pres­sure Turbo 150 highly ef­fi­cient production in terms of energy at all times. The com­pany analy­ses the ma­chine data in use by the cus­tomer and iden­ti­fies energy-sav­ing po­ten­tial and on this ba­sis, it con­tin­u­ously de­vel­ops turbo tech­nol­ogy hard­ware and soft­ware that is func­tion­ally rel­e­vant in­di­vid­u­ally to the cus­tomer. Cost-in­ten­sive main­te­nance thereby be­comes a thing of the past – the per­for­mance of the Low Pres­sure Turbo 150 is con­tin­u­ously im­proved. There is no re­quire­ment for in­vest­ment in product op­ti­mi­sa­tion. The cus­tomer and BOGE share the energy sav­ings in­stead. The re­sult: de­creas­ing op­er­at­ing costs and production that is highly- ef­fi­cient in terms of energy at all times.

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