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02 July 2018

A new white paper from compressor specialist BOGE reveals how, thanks to the power of Industry 4.0, customers can now benefit from ongoing compressor performance improvements that are guaranteed to pay for themselves.

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25 June 2018

Atlas Copco has unveiled its new generation of oil-free low pressure rotary screw ZS 4 VSD + blowers, which are equipped with integrated permanent magnet (iPM) motors. This, along with other design developments, contributes to them being some of the most energy-efficient blowers available in the market. 

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20 June 2018

Gardner Denver has launched a series of energy efficient oil-lubricated, rotary screw compressors which, it says, offer best-in-class performance in a compact design.

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18 May 2018

Atlas Copco has launched the ZR 90-160 VSD+, a new range of oil-free rotary screw air compressors with motor variants of 90, 110, 132, 145 and 160kW. These are said to offer up to 10% more flow and up to 15% less energy consumption compared with other VSD compressors. There is also said to be a 25% reduction in floor-space. 

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16 March 2018

Under the theme ‘Powering the Future’, the leadership team of the Atlas Copco Power Technique business area has revealed how advances in air, power and flow technologies, such as portable compressed air machinery, electrical generators, dewatering pumps and light towers, have been designed to reduce both carbon and noise emissions, providing users with more efficient operation and lower cost of ownership. 

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20 March 2018

Gael Force manufactures highly engineered fish feed barges and systems. Requiring an industrial air supplier that could provide low pressure, high volume blowers and compressed air technology for a range of applications, it has entered into a three-year agreement with Gardner Denver.

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20 March 2018

Atlas Copco’s VSD+ energy-saving technology is now available for the company’s GA 75-110kW oil-injected, rotary screw compressors.

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20 March 2018

By achieving ISO 9001 certification, Direct Air & Pipework is demonstrating to customers and suppliers that the systems it has in place meet the high standards set out by the International Organisation for Standardisation (ISO).

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20 March 2018

Hi-line Industries has made enhancements to its Tundra range of refrigeration dryers which are now offered with a two-year warranty. The company says the latest dryers provide the lowest possible running costs and increased flow via a new Hi-Flo heat exchanger with larger ports.

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22 February 2018

Hi-line Industries has enhanced its Tundra range of refrigeration dryers.With zero failures from hundreds of models already sold, the 2018 series is offered with a new two-year warranty. Moreover, the latest dryers are said to provide the lowest possible running costs and increased flow via a new Hi-Flo heat exchanger with larger ports.

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20 March 2018

Beko Technologies offers free of charge its online e-Learning course covering compressed air basics.

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14 February 2018

BOGE Compressors has published a new white paper giving manufacturers practical advice on how to easily integrate existing smart compressor technology into their manufacturing facilities.

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25 January 2018

Machine Mart says its range of industrial UK-built Clarke belt driven air compressors will provide the air capacity and power needed for many commonly used air tools.

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25 January 2018

A variable speed air compressed air system from BOGE is saving money and energy at pottery manufacturer Emma Bridgewater’s factory in Stoke-on-Trent.

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25 January 2018

Atlas Copco has appointed Brian Barnes as business line manager for operations within its Compressor Technique Service (CTS) division in the UK.

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25 January 2018

Suitable for compressed air systems and dryers, Rotronic's new low dew point stainless steel probe with screw-in connector is suitable for for measurement down to -60°Cdp in industrial processes at up to 100 bar.

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25 January 2018

Vert Rotors, a company known for its small low-vibration compressors, has partnered with Training 2000's Advanced Manufacturing and Automation Centre to manufacture a large-scale industrial version of its high-pressure conical screw compressor.

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25 January 2018

Gardner Denver has created a brochure that helps compressed air system buyers make educated and informed decisions in determining a plant's air demand, air purity requirements, and energy consumption usage.

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22 November 2017

Atlas Copco is launching a new rotary drum dryer that guarantees a stable pressure dew point (PDP) of -40°C, with no compressed air loss, at low energy cost. Offering total power consumption below 0.2kW in all operating conditions, the MDG 450 air dryer is said to be highly energy efficient.

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21 November 2017

Ingersoll Rand has introduced its Next Generation R-Series oil- flooded rotary screw air compressors, that provide an energy-efficient solution for customers with high capacity air requirements.

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FEATURES

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11 May 2018

In addition to commenting on changes to ISO 8573-2 standard for oil analysis, BCAS (British Compressed Air Society) has news of two award winners – one ]has received a lifetime achievement award; the other is encouraging more young people to become engineers

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08 March 2018

BCAS (British Compressed Air Society) explains an update to the EU Fluorinated Gas (F-Gas) regulation and gives details of a free associate membership offer that will be launched at Air-Tech 2018

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03 January 2018

Steve Matthews, QSHE Manager UK & Ireland at Atlas Copco, looks at the potential hazards involved in compressed air use and the preventive measures that can be taken 

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17 November 2017

Compressors and associated air treatment equipment must be properly serviced, maintained and inspected, as Andy Jones, managing director at Mattei, explains

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22 November 2017

Pneumatics are found everywhere in manufacturing. They can be very efficient, but wherever air is compressed the cost can be hidden as part of the overall electricity cost. Because of this, many manufacturers may be unable to measure the exact running costs. Here, Hermann Störk, European product manager for air preparation, Parker Hannifin, Pneumatic Division Europe, considers how companies can optimise their pneumatic systems

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11 August 2017

To achieve process reliability, machine availability and to boost the service life of pneumatic systems, it is important to optimise air preparation. Here, Kai Feller, product manager process automation, at Festo offers a few tips

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02 August 2017

The latest news from BCAS (British Compressed Air Society) concerns its best practice guide for food and beverage processors, the announcement of a new vice president, and details of its nominated charity

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26 July 2017

Oil-free compressed air is a standard requirement for industries that need to comply with high standards of cleanliness and hygiene, but traditionally it has come at a price. BOGE says it has achieved a significant step forward in compressor technology that not only delivers truly oil-free compressed air, but also a 30% reduction in total cost of ownership (TCO). BOGE’s Mark Whitmore reports

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24 July 2017

Stef Lievens, business line manager for compressor technique service operations at Atlas Copco Compressors UK and Ireland, looks at the history and application of internet connectivity and data science in the compressed air industry and examines how it may influence both the initial design of the equipment and the way it is monitored and managed in working environments

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24 July 2017

Instrument calibration is important both to determine the accuracy of the instrument and to ensure that its readings are consistent with other measurements. Matthew Harrison, UK sales manager of Beko Technologies, explains more

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24 July 2017

Annually, UK industry uses over 20TWh of electricity to compress air, equivalent to the output of four power stations and over 8.1 million tonnes of CO2 emissions. As a result, high-quality energy and performance at a cost-effective price continues to be a key consideration for businesses. Keith Findlay, compressed air audit manager at Gardner Denver, outlines the benefits of energy audits, discussing the improved efficiencies that they can help realise.

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20 July 2017

The last 12 months have seen huge changes in the political and economic landscape. In this report for AirUser, Vanda Jones, executive director of BCAS considers what has happened over the last year, shares her thoughts on what needs to happen moving forwards, and outlines the crucial role that a trade association plays in providing industry with a platform to voice its opinions

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20 July 2017

The compressed air industry has had an excellent record of minimising energy consumption through design and servicing, but now it is time for a step change as the EU commission pushes industry towards resource efficiency and the circular economy.  Marion Beaver, Technical Officer at BCAS takes a look at what it means moving forwards.

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24 July 2017

Those looking to invest in an air compressor often rely on zero hour data sheets verified by the Compressed Air and Gas Institute (CAGI)* to predict lifetime performance, as this is the only source of independently verified performance data on air compressors. However, Andy Jones, MD at Mattei, says efficiency levels change over the life cycle of a unit and whilst two compressors may have the same zero-hour performance,  the reality is that life cycle costs may vary considerably

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18 July 2017

Here, Andy Jones, managing director at Mattei, shares his top tips for specifying, installing and operating an air compressor

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20 July 2017

BCAS works directly on behalf of the compressed air and vacuum industry to advise on, shape and, at times, challenge the creation of EU and UK legislation, directives and standards. Here, the Society provides a round-up of some of the latest work that Pneurop – the European committee of manufactures of compressors, vacuum pumps and pneumatic tools – is undertaking

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24 July 2017

The correct installation and commissioning of compressed air piping is vital for an ongoing safe and efficient compressed air system.  Here Marion Beaver, technical officer for BCAS outlines best practice

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24 July 2017

AirUser asked the British Compressed Air Society to answer some of the questions it is most frequently asked. Three of these are detailed below

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09 June 2017

There is frequent confusion over what constitutes a ‘Competent Person’ in the context of the Pressure Systems Safety Regulations 2000. It is important to understand this term correctly in order to comply with the law states Marion Beaver, Technical Officer for BCAS

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16 March 2017

Natural Stone Surfaces, one of the UK’s leading quartz and granite worktop manufacturers, chose Atlas Copco to upgrade its essential compressed air supply and has improved its productivity and saved more than £4750 in annual energy costs as a result

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30 March 2016

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