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Managing any number of compressors simultaneously and ensuring that they can communicate with one another and access important data uninterruptedly and from anywhere: the requirements for a modern compressed air management system are extremely demanding.
The aim is to achieve simple handling while still enjoying the greatest energy efficiency and reliability. Our latest intelligent interlocking control airtelligence provis 3 rises to the challenge. It will fundamentally change how compressed air systems operate, as it knows no bounds – it is able to handle an unlimited number of compressors, accessories and entire compressed air networks proactively and based on consumption.
Our new high-performance filters come with highly efficient element fleeces made out of nanofibres. This helps them eliminate particulate material, aerosols and oil vapours reliably, making them ideal for use in particularly sensitive areas from food manufacturing to the pharmaceutical industry.
Their CO2 footprint is outstanding. Up to three filters can be installed in sequence and combined, saving plenty of space. The filter element can be exchanged individually both in the new and the old range. And there’s yet another plus point with this latest version: improved performance!
BOGE C-2 Series – Compact competence
A major plus when it comes to efficiency and flexibility, perfect ergonomics, audibly lower noise emissions and much easier maintenance – our compact screw compressors from the C-2 series fulfil every customer’s wish list: Whether …
… 11 or 22 kW, on a receiver or a standalone machine, belt or direct drive, frequency-controlled or with integrated refrigerant dryer – all of the C-2 models feature a uniform, sound-insulated casing design and can be individually configured for a turnkey compressed air station.
BOGE S-4 now from 55 kW
All of the S-4 models – from 55 to 160 kW – rely on our very own premium airend, whose integrated, fully enclosed gears reduce both internal pressure losses as well as energy consumption and noise levels. The increased efficiency pays off.