EE75-EE160 Two-Stage Horizon
The EG Series compressors represent a giant leap in design and performance with each component designed for reliability and ease of maintenance. The compressor is manufactured in compliance with applicable international standards (UL, ASME, CE and others) and designed as per the international quality standards. These new generation compressors signiﬁcantly reduce operating costs and provide cost savings with fast return on investment .
- Paper & pulp
- Machine tool shops
- Steel making
- Food processing
- Oil carry over less than 2ppm
- Grouped service points ensure easy access to components for maintenance
- Optimized cooler design and cooling fans ensure low running temperatures
- Versatile neuron II micro controller provides easy diagnostics of system parameters
- Models available as bare units/side located drier/variable speed drive variants
- Wide range of accessories – vertical air receivers, driers, automated supply side controller and variable frequency drives to meet diverse operating conditions
A single-stage compressor, operating at a discharge pressure of 9 bar, has a compression ratio of 1:9 (Ratio of Suction to Discharge of a Screw Airend) .In a two-stage compressor operating at the same discharge pressure, the compression ratio is divided between the two-stages of tandem airend and is about 1:3 in each stage. This makes the airend more reliable and efficient due to smaller loads on the bearings. The volumetric efficiency of two-stage is better than single-stage compression.Energy Efficiency of Tandem Screw Compressors:
ELGi offers tandem screw compressors to help industries reduce their operating and energy costs. It is two-stage compressor, having energy efficiency as the key features. The compression is done in two-stages to improve the volumetric efficiency and thereby contributing to decrease in power consumption and increase in saving energy costs. Tandem air compressors consume 8-12% less power and offer a return on investment within 8-15 months when compared to single-stage compressors.