Atlas Copco launches five new air compressors across industry segments
Atlas Copco — the home of industrial ideas, today launched five new specially designed products in the air compressor segment for the Indian market, providing an edge to small and medium scale business units. This new range includes piston air compressors, screw air compressors, and on sitenitrogengenerator series to cater to the changing demands of customers from different sectors across India. The key industry segments which will benefit from these compressed air solutions are food and beverages, cement, textile, foundry & forging, general engineering, metal, auto & ancillaries, paper and many more.
This range of new innovative products will enhance customers’ productivity and help reduce energy consumption. Amongst the five products, GA 75-110 VSD+ is a variable speed drive oil-injected screw air compressor which is an ideal choice for fluctuating demands of customer applications and can save upto 50% of energy costs. GA 75-110 VSD+ has integrated Elektronikon® – most intelligent microprocessor for advanced monitoring , control and connectivity, thus providing customers peace of mind by remaining connected with the machine at all times It has a magnetically fixed pre-filter that enables the application for handling high dust. G 15-22 and GA 15-22, are fixed speed oil-injected screw air compressors withtherevolutionary new screw element. These products are intended to reduce energy consumption and offer higher uptime and reliability.
Conrad Latham, General Manager, Compressor Technique, Atlas Copco India said, “Atlas Copco believes that the growth of our customers is our oxygen. True to the commitment to ‘Make in India’, we are introducing arange of new products built at our state-of-the-art Chakan factory at Pune..The new range of air compressors in piston and screw technologies are a result of Atlas Copco’s continued commitment to work with manufacturing companies to reduce their energy bills in line with the governments focus onenergy efficiency.”