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Boge Compressors unveil latest C-series compressed air systems

Boge C15(D)R compressor

Company expands its screw compressed air station range with a selection of newer models

BOGE Compressors, suppliers of industrial compressed air systems, have launched a new series of screw compressed-air systems to their popular C-series range. The latest products, ranging from the C4(D)R to C15(D)R models, are specifically designed for applications that demand reliable, energy-efficient compressed-air supply.

All major components are integrated into the air-end block while maintenance parts are arranged so that they are easily accessible for easy servicing. According to Boge Compressors by arranging all the essential parts in one compact module, pipework and connecting leads can be removed and pressure losses are avoided. This boosts the efficiency of the systems and delivers high operating reliability.

The screw compressors can be equipped with a refrigerant dryer, frequency control or heat recovery technology for further efficiency gains. The air stations also run quietly during operations, thanks to a super-silencer. This allows the compressors to be used in much closer proximity to workplaces than is normally possible.

For ease of use, information is displayed on a high-resolution screen with touchscreen controls. Commenting on the new C-series air systems, Mark Whitmore, general manager for Boge Compressors, said: ‘The availability of space is a common issue for businesses that require compressed air, but the small footprint of the new C-series models means small- and medium-sized businesses need no longer worry about space limitations.

‘The new compressors are not just compact; they also feature proven technology and deliver energy efficient and quiet performance, making them a valuable addition to existing models in our popular C-series.’

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