Efficient air supply

Atlas Copco is upgrading its mid-sized compressors for the construction industry with new features including the use of the latest Deutz engines. The new XAHS 237+ compressor delivers air at 12bars and a rate of 236litres/sec while the XAMS 287+ is rated at 8.6bars and delivers a flow rate of 285litres/sec. The engines are said to feature good fuel economy due to the use of the innovative and proven FuelXpert system, which regulates speed and air intake. Other features include centralised fluid drains, acce
Finance & Funding / February 6, 2012
Atlas Copco XAMS287+ compressor
Atlas Copco's two new Deutz driven compressors feature low emission engines rated at 128kW
161 Atlas Copco is upgrading its mid-sized compressors for the construction industry with new features including the use of the latest 201 Deutz engines. The new XAHS 237+ compressor delivers air at 12bars and a rate of 236litres/sec while the XAMS 287+ is rated at 8.6bars and delivers a flow rate of 285litres/sec. The engines are said to feature good fuel economy due to the use of the innovative and proven FuelXpert system, which regulates speed and air intake. Other features include centralised fluid drains, accessible service points and wide opening service doors as well as extra options like an after-cooler/water-separator to extract condensate from the compressed air and cold weather equipment allowing operation in temperatures down to -25ºC.
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