Gardner Denver is exhibiting its range of portable compressors, including the Stage IV emissions’ compliant TurboScrew units, at Geotechnica 2015.
With a flow range covering 35 to 953 cfm at pressures of up to 24 bar, the company’s C Series of CompAir portable compressors consists of over 30 models, from small, single axle machines powering a pneumatic tool, through to the larger TurboScrew machines for borehole, drilling, piling and ground exploration applications.
Gardner Denver will be exhibiting a new, TurboScrew C200TS-24 machine at the show. Weighing in at less than 3500 kg, the C200TS-24 features a QSB-series Cummins engine with Selective Catalytic Reduction Technology (SCRT®) exhaust after treatment system.
This system features an oxidation catalytic convertor and diesel particle filter (DPF), and is capable of removing almost all of the nitrogen oxide emissions and other pollutants from diesel exhaust gases in accordance with EC directive 97/68/EG Stage 4 final.
Using patented bi-turbo technology, all TurboScrew compressors are engineered with two turbochargers powering a CompAir screw compressor unit, with the addition of an engine exhaust gas turbine to pre-compress the inlet air before it enters the compression chamber.
This delivers approximately 14% more energy to the compressor than conventional technologies (measured under full load conditions).
Across the C Series, a wide range of options exists to tailor the compressor to the customers’ exact requirements. These include adjustable tow-bars, built in A/C generators, additional filtration, built-in aftercoolers, tool lubricators, road lights, pneumatic hose reels and the customers’ own paint colour and signwriting.
To find out more about Geotechnica 2015, the UK’s largest geotechnical conference and exhibition, visit www.equipegroup.com.
For further information on Gardner Denver, visit www.gardnerdenver.com