Jun 27, 2011
Company Announcement: High Energy Consumption Filtered Out With Atlas Copco’s Range Of Energy Efficient FiltersBack
Attached please find a press release on: Swedish multi national, Atlas Copco, is internationally accepted as a leading specialist in the development, design and manufacture of technologically advanced compressed air products for diverse applications. Sensitive to the necessity for industry across the globe to conserve rapidly dwindling energy resources, Atlas Copco offers a range of class leading filters which impacts positively on the energy efficiency of a compressor installation.
As soon as a filter is fitted, the clogging process starts and the pressure drop gradually increases at a rate dependent on environmental and working conditions. Each 0,5 bar pressure drop draws 3% more energy, with the resulting increased power consumption and operating costs.Comment Guidelines (150 word limit)
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