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Gardener Denver introduce CompAir portable compressors

CompAir portable compressor

Company to promote its road-towable C-Series compressor range and transport solutions

GARDNER Denver will be exhibiting their range of portable compressors, along with road systems from the company’s specialized transport division. Gardner Denver’s C-Series CompAir portable compressor line consists of over 30 models ranging from the small, single-axle machines powering a pneumatic tool to the larger, Stage IV emissions-compliant TurboScrew units.

The TurboScrew compressors – which weigh less than 3,500kg – can be easily towed and are capable of producing pressures between 9-24 bar, making them suitable for a range of applications. Utilizing patented bi-turbo technology, these units are engineered with two turbochargers powering a CompAir screw compressor unit, with the addition of an engine exhaust gas turbine to pre-compress the inlet air before it enters the compression chamber.

This is said to deliver approximately 14% more energy to the compressor than conventional technologies (measured under full load conditions).

Across the company’s C-Series compressor range, a wide range of options exists to tailor the units to the customer’s exact requirements. These include: adjustable tow-bars; built-in A/C generators; additional filtration; built-in aftercoolers, tool lubricators, road lights, pneumatic hose reels and customized paint colour and signwriting.

Also on display on the stand will be a mobile van demonstrating the use of Gardner Denver’s driveline compressor/alternator system. The unit, mounted underneath the vehicle body, is designed to provide the user with compressed air and an electrical supply with optional hydraulic and jetting capabilities, all powered from the vehicle engine and gearbox.

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