Launch of a New High-output Compressor Range.
Sep 27 2006 Read 1944 Times
With an output of 130 l/min at 8 bar the OF1200 offers a useful 45% increase over the OF300, greatly extending the potential applications for the oil-free range, which is ideal for the supply of high quality compressed air and other gases that are an integral part of the operation of many laboratory instruments, as well as being essential for many analytical processes.
The 50/60Hz dual frequency also provides greater flexibility for exporters of laboratory equipment, as the OF1200 can operate anywhere in the world without the need for modification. Versions are also available to operate at 10 bar maximum pressure.
Like all Jun-Air oil-free compressors the OF1200 range is vibration-free and extremely quiet, operating at just 76dB(A) as free standing units. When housed in optional silent-running cabinets to be introduced later in 2005 the noise level will be reduced to as low as 47dB(A).
The new range features the same unique cooling system, wear-resisting piston rings and proven manufacturing technology as the OF300 and is designed for 100% reliability in continuous operation.
Units are constructed with fewer moving parts in order to reduce wear and provide maximum reliability, minimum maintenance and a long working life and receivers are internally coated to guarantee an air supply that is in optimum condition.
To make installation easier for integrated solutions and demanding OEM-applications, multiple outlet ports are provided to allow connection in various directions.
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