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Gardner Denver

Waterbrook Estate
Waterbrook Road
Alton
Hampshire
GU34 2UD
United Kingdom

Telephone : 01420 544184
Fax : 01420 544183
Web : www.gardnerdenver.com



Most recent articles relating to Gardner Denver;

Avoiding contamination when working with vacuum pumps

Iain Cunningham argues that the industry needs to catch up when it comes to vacuum pumps in order to reduce machine downtime, maximise air quality and performance – and, most importantly, avoid the risk of food contamination. FULL STORY...

Recognising your air inefficiencies

Andrew Power explains how food processing plant owners and operators can ensure their compressor is as efficient as possible to realise financial and operational gains. FULL STORY...

Eliminating air quality risks with HACCP

Gareth Topping, Business Line Director EMEAI at Gardner Denver, discusses how food processing sites can eliminate air quality risks by following the principles of HACCP. FULL STORY...

How to deliver assured air quality for production sensitive sites

Gareth Topping, Business Line Director EMEAI at Gardner Denver, explains how to deliver assured air quality for production sensitive environments, and why there needs to be a greater focus on exhaust air from vacuum pumps. FULL STORY...

Eliminating air quality risks: free guide available

Gardner Denver has released a new guide which looks at the hygiene regulations covering compressed air and offers advice on how to eliminate air quality risks. FULL STORY...

Maintenance strategies guide for compressed air users

Gardner Denver has published a free guide on the latest predictive and preventative maintenance strategies that compressed air users can implement, to help save money, improve efficiencies and reduce downtime. FULL STORY...

Compressed air: avoiding process contamination

As a key component in many processes in the food production sector, compressed air must always be of the highest possible quality. Keith Atkinson explains the standards that site owners and operators need to adhere to. FULL STORY...

Gardner Denver’s Ultima compressor still sets benchmark in oil-free technology

For those seeking a best-in-class oil-free system, Gardner Denver’s CompAir Ultima compressor sets a benchmark in performance, operational efficiencies and for meeting the highest possible air quality standards. FULL STORY...

'Every Detail Matters’ – Selecting a High Pressure Solution for PET Bottling Plants

In the competitive world of PET bottle blowing, every efficiency gain and cost-saving measure counts. Every bottle, every second of every production run, every cubic metre of compressed air – it all matters. Such fine margins for success makes machine efficiency vitally important, so where performance can be optimised, it should be. FULL STORY...

Gardner Denver seals the deal with HACCP standard vacuum pump enclosure for Proseal

Gardner Denver has supplied a leading food packaging machine manufacturer with an innovative solution to help ensure it meets required hygiene and safety standards. FULL STORY...

Enclosing a vacuum pump to cope with washdown environments

Gardner Denver has supplied a food packaging machine manufacturer, Proseal, with a solution to help ensure meets required hygiene and safety standards. FULL STORY...

Oil-free compressor breaks with tradition

Gardner Denver went back to the drawing board with the design for its new water cooled, oil-free compressor. The CompAir branded Ultima is said to offer improvements in energy efficiency of up to 12%, compared to a conventional two-stage machine. It also has a 37% smaller footprint. FULL STORY...

Coca-Cola bottles up energy savings

Coca-Cola Enterprises, the sole Coca-Cola bottler in Sweden, has succeeded in reducing its compressed air energy consumption by approximately 60%. Find out how... FULL STORY...