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Atlas Copco upgrades compressors

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Atlas Copco has launched improved versions of its GA 30+, GA 37 and GA 45 compressors. The newly updated versions perform even better, offering a smaller footprint and lower noise.

With noise levels as low as 65 dB(A), he improved GA range is extremely quiet. It features a more compact design, as well as a Free Air Delivery (FAD) and a Specific Energy Requirement (SER) that have been improved by 1% respectively.

The GA 30+, GA 37 and GA 45 offer an ‘all-in one package’ with an integrated refrigerant dryer built into the canopy. The compressors also come with the Elektronikon controller and Smartlink for remote management.

The low noise levels make it possible to install the units of the work floor instead of in a separate compressor room, thereby reducing energy consumption and helping to cut costs. The compressors can be used in virtually any industrial setting, including in harsh environments and high ambient temperatures.

“We are very aware of our role as a global technology leader and that responsibility helps push us to continue to improve our products. Our customers expect nothing less of us,” said Bert Derom, Vice President of Marketing of the Atlas Copco Industrial Air Division. “The improved GA 30+, GA37 and GA45 are a powerful, yet quiet on-site production partner our customers can count on for years to come.”

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