Economic option

Published:  01 July, 2014

WORTHINGTON CREYSSENSAC says when customers need compressed air that is guaranteed totally pure, with no possibility of oil carry-over to contaminate the product, the only safe option is a genuine oil-free machine.

The company says of the two alternative technologies available – the dry-screw (adiabatic) and the water-injected screw (isothermal). The latter uses around 20% less power because of the constant temperature in the compression chamber.

The company says options are from 7.5 to 13 bar and further energy savings of up to 35% can be made with an optional fully integrated inverter drive.

t: 01925 817803

e: contact.uk@airwco.com

w: www.oilfreecompressors.eu

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