GA 90+-160+ / GA 110-160 VSD: Oil-injected rotary screw compressors, 90-160 kW / 125-200 hp.

Compressed Air Products, Inc.

Phone: 770-487-9292

Fax: 678-668-7309

 

Brochure G110-132 

Rugged and reliable, Atlas Copco’s G 110-250 oil-injected rotary screw compressors provide high-quality air you can rely on to avoid costly downtime and production delays. Their robust design ensures your processes will function continuously even in the harshest conditions such as temperatures up to 46°C/115°F. Furthermore, G 110-250 air compressors are easy to install and use; they require minimal on-site installation work and operation and maintenance are simple.


 

Customer benefits

 

 

  • High reliability – A reliable supply of compressed air is essential for smooth and efficient production processes. High-end features and generous safety margins ensure high reliability and continuous production. Heavy-duty air filters remove dust and maximize the lifetime of parts for reliable operation. 

 

 

  • High efficiency – G 110-250 air compressors are designed to be highly energy-efficient. The superior screw element provides the optimum combination of maximum free air delivery and low energy consumption. The state-of-the-art compressor element is powered by Efficiency class 1/NEMA EPAct electric motors, contributing to maximum package efficiency. 

 

 

  • Easy installation, use and maintenance – G 110-250 compressors are truly plug-and-run machines. Installation, operation and maintenance are simple. Complex connections or in-depth technical knowledge are unnecessary. Just put the compressor on a flat floor, connect the power supply and the pipe connections and press the start button to run the compressor.

 

Technical Data
Capacity FAD (cfm): 448-1443 cfm
Working pressure: 107 - 203 psig
Installed motor power: 150 - 335 HP
Brochure G110-132 

Compressed Air Products Inc.

770-487-​9292

7 Solar Circle

Newnan, GA 30265

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