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Oil-free compressor covers the full performance range

10 December 2018

BOGE Compressors has extended its EO range of scroll compressors. The new EO 11 produces oil-free compressed air in the 11kW performance segment, which is said to completely eliminate the risk of contamination making it suitable for use in the food processing industry. 

Covering 5.5kW to 22kW, the EO series is available with one to four compressor stages. The new EO 11 has three compressor stages contained in a single housing. 

BOGE’s eccentric oil-free (EO) compressors meet the requirements of oil-free compressed air for sensitive applications. It operates without oil lubrication: the aluminium spirals in the compressor chamber interlock but do not touch. The resulting compressed air is pulsation-free and free of oil. 
 
Up to four compressor stages can be installed in the housing of the BOGE EO series compressor to ensure flexible adaptation to the compressed air demand. At 10 bar it can cover delivery rates from 490 l/min to 1,960 l/min, while at 8 bar the supply of compressed air ranges from 620 l/min to 2,480 l/min. 

BOGE's control system, focus control 2.0, can control up to four EO scroll and other types of compressors providing base load switching, ensuring efficient control and correct rotation of compressors as required, and when maintenance is required, users benefit from unrestricted access to all parts of the compressor stages. 


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