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Posted: Tuesday 20th May 2008

If you’re looking to source an oil-free, small compressor as a component for a system, there’s a reliable solution that really packs the power, and in an environmentally friendly way.

The popular KK40 range of oil-free, small compressors from Dürr Technik is beginning to make waves here in the UK. The KK40 range is particularly relevant to those working in the water treatment technology market sector.

These small compressors from Durr Technik are compact and power-packed. They offer a reliable air supply which is independent from the compressed air system and are at the same time virtually maintenance free and continuous running.

The compressors (single-phase) deliver 65 litres/min oil-free compressed air at 0 bar. The two cylinder models produce double the delivery rate, and generate a pressure max. of 10 bar. Importantly, they offer the lowest life cycle costs over the life of the unit. You can specify, and due to their compact design, they can be easily ‘packaged’ into a system even where there is very little space for the compressor. These oil-free compressors are designed for 100 % duty cycle at 7 bar and an ambient temperature to 55° C. Motors are available in protection class IP00 or IP 54 dependant on the model selected.

And as a bonus, the oil-free technology not only guarantees high functionality and reliability, but is at the same time environmentally friendly.

The key advantage of oil-free compressed air is that nozzles and valves are able to operate correctly without oil contamination, making time consuming maintenance for oil changes and services no longer necessary.

Dürr Technik, the specialists for oil-free piston compressors and vacuum pumps, will shortly be introducing a DC version and a vacuum pump in the KK40 range.

Tel: 0117 986 0414
Fax: 0117 986 0416

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