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Sullair Redesigns TS Series Tandem Rotary Screw Compressors

Michigan City, Ind.-based Sullair Corp. has redesigned its 100- to 600-horsepower Two-Stage (TS) Tandem Rotary Screw Compressors to offer increased energy efficiency and operating performance. According to the company, its TS compressors offer unequaled full-load efficiency and can provide a two-year return on investment in energy savings compared with single-stage compressors. Variable capacity control, which features Sullair’s spiral valve technology, enables the compressor to match pressure capacity with system demand, achieving further operating efficiencies during part-load operation.

The compressors are available in constant speed drive models TS-20, TS-32 and TS-32S, with 500 to 3,000 actual air compressor capacity (acfm); or variable speed drive models V-200TS and V-320TS, with 495 to 2,310 acfm. All models have a pressure range of 100 to 175 pounds per square inch. The optional heat recovery enclosure recovers expanded heat from the compressor, which then can be used as supplemental ambient heating or make-up air for process heating.

All TS Rotary Screw compressors feature Sullair’s Multi-Stage Air Fluid Separation with a dual nested Optimizer™ separator element to minimize fluid carryover; the Optimalair™ heavy-duty air intake filter that reduces pressure drops to provide additional energy savings; and Sullair’s upgraded Supervisor™ Controller, a computer-compatible microprocessor control unit.

October 27, 2009

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