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MDA Technologies 2/2016

MDA Technologies 2/2016

COMPRESSED AIR NEWS

COMPRESSED AIR NEWS Product News Screw compressors: energy-efficient and quiet As the compressed air specialists at Boge have announced, the new Boge C 16 F(D) compressors make high energy savings possible thanks to their excellent specifics, and can serve a wide range of compressed air requirements with their large range of settings. The air intake filter insulated against noise and the solid gray cast iron housing provide extremely quiet running under a full workload – in this way the machines can also be operated directly at your place of work. The optional intelligent control of the machine using focus control 2.0 allows for connecting up to four compressors as well as for inclusion in Industry 4.0 applications. Users can choose between different models: The models in the C 16 F(D) construction series are available with maximum pressures of 8, 10 and 13 bar and with delivery volumes of from 0.46 m³ up to a maximum of 1.99 m³ per minute. www.boge.com Two series of compressors for pneumatic materials handling The company Robuschi which became part of the Gardner Denver Group in 2011 presents two ranges of compressors for materials handling technology: the “Robox screw vacuum” vacuum screw compressor and the especially compact “Robox screw Hi pressure” compressor. These achieve a constant vacuum pressure of up to 300 mbar (absolute) and peak values of up to 200 mbar (absolute) with volume flow rates of up to 8,700 m³/h. A patented vacuum valve guarantees a very constant level of vacuum of +/-1% across the entire operating range of the compressor. Very efficient continuous operation of bulk goods handling systems results from this. Robuschi provides a large number of variations and options for individual series and models, so that pressure compressors and vacuum screw compressors can be adapted in the best possible way to each individual application. www.robuschi.com Programmable compressed air gauge The LDN 1000 from EGE is a programmable compressed air gauge with an IO-Link interface. It measures compressed air usage and flow rate and can detect even the smallest leaks. In addition it has a measured dosing function, temperature recording, a hysteresis function and power cut-off delay. In this way it makes inspecting compressed air networks possible for reducing energy usage costs. The sensor is introduced directly into the pipe. It does not require moving parts, works with no loss of pressure and is not dependent on pressure or temperature. Setting parameters is carried out by touching the front of the sensor or via the IO-link interface using a computer. The display shows the recorded values which can also be read off directly via the PLC. The sensor optionally prepares two programmable outcomes. Apart from this it offers manipulation detection via a non-returnable modification meter and the option of adjusting the range of services for different user groups. www.ege-elektronik.com Providing compressed air economically up to 45 bar With its N series Kaeser provides boosters which can compress pre-compressed air reliably and cost-effectively up to a level of 45 bar (gauge pressure). The program covers an output range of up to 45 kW. With the models N 253-G, N 351-G and N 502-G in two-cylinder applications efficient boosters in lower power output ranges from 7.5 to 18.5 kW are now also available for compressed air up to 45 bar. The boosters in the N series are two or three cylinder reciprocating compressors which work at very low numbers of revolutions from 740 to 1,320 min -1 and in power ranges of from 2.2 to 45 kW. The initial pressure can be from 5 to 13 bar, the final pressure a maximum of 45 bar, the volumes delivered lie between 0.27 and 20.51 m³/min. The combination of boosters with Kaeser screw compressors makes designs for economical supply possible for the widest range of applications in pressure ranges of up to 45 bar. www.kaeser.com Imprint Compressed Air News is published in cooperation with ComVac, the leading trade fair for compressed air and vacuum technology. Vereinigte Fachverlage GmbH, Lise-Meitner-Straße 2, D-55129 Mainz / P.O.Box 100465, 55135 Mainz, phone: 0049/6131/992-0, fax: 0049/6131/992-100 Managing Director: Dr. Olaf Theisen Publishing Director: Dr. Michael Werner, Tel: 0049/6131/992-401 Editorial: Dipl.-Geogr. Martina Laun, Phone: 0049/6131/992-233 (Responsible according to the press law) Design: Anna Schätzlein MDA Technologies 2/2016

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