Atlas Copco showcases innovative vacuum pump and on-site nitrogen generation solutions at Pro2Pac

20th February 2013
Posted By : ES Admin
Atlas Copco showcases innovative vacuum pump and on-site nitrogen generation solutions at Pro2Pac
Atlas Copco Compressors will be showcasing its latest solutions for the packaging industry at this year’s Pro2Pac exhibition. Visitors to the stand will learn about Atlas Copco’s latest range of nitrogen generators for on-site gas generation. Atlas Copco’s NGP Series is designed to provide a continuous, reliable and independent source of on-site nitrogen generation at the lowest possible cost for food and drink processing and packaging applications.
The new NGM and NGP generators meet the highest purity standards and run economically for both large and small applications. They also enable companies to utilise their existing compressed air installation to generate their own nitrogen and therefore realise significant economies of scale as well as operational cost savings.

Atlas Copco will also be showcasing its new range of GV oil-sealed rotary screw vacuum pumps, suitable for “rough vacuum” between 0.5mbar and 500mbar. There are great synergies between compressed air and vacuum technology and at the heart of the new GV vacuum pump is Atlas Copco’s expertise in the design and manufacture of reliable screw elements. Atlas Copco’s GV vacuum pumps deliver capacities between 20 and 5000m3/h, making them the ideal machines for many applications. From printing and packaging to plastics, electronics, woodworking, bottling and canning, the GV delivers consistent and efficient vacuum.

Oil-free compressed air solutions will also be a feature on the Pro2Pac stand. Relevant to on-site nitrogen generation, many major food and drink processing operations rely on a supply of clean, dry compressed air from Atlas Copco’s range of oil-free compressors. These machines are certificated under ISO 8573-1 Class 0 standard to ensure zero risk of oil contamination within the compressed air supply to sensitive process procedures and where air comes in contact with food.

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