Screw compressor BELT XP series
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Characteristics

Technology
screw
Type
air
Power source
electric
Portability
stationary
Lubrication
oil-lubricated
Application domain
industrial
Applications
service
Other characteristics
compact, rugged, single-stage, air-cooled, belt drive
Pressure

Min.: 5 bar
(72.52 psi)

Max.: 13 bar
(188.55 psi)

Flow

Min.: 0.48 m³/h
(16.95 ft³/h)

Max.: 6.3 m³/h
(222.48 ft³/h)

Power

Min.: 4 kW
(5.44 hp)

Max.: 37 kW
(50.31 hp)

Length

Min.: 750 mm
(30 in)

Max.: 1,350 mm
(53 in)

Width

Min.: 600 mm
(24 in)

Max.: 940 mm
(37 in)

Height

Min.: 955 mm
(38 in)

Max.: 1,680 mm
(66 in)

Weight

Min.: 201 kg
(443.1 lb)

Max.: 895 kg
(1,973.1 lb)

Description

In contrast to piston compressors, these well-designed, compact screw compressors offer a low noise level and improved compressed air quality due to a far lower residual oil content. With its robust and proven components, the BELT XP screw compressor system reliably ensures high compressor performance and operational safety around the clock. The enduring compressors are equipped with a low-maintenance V-belt drive that transmits the drive power from 4 to 37 kW almost loss-free. The BELT XP series of screw compressors enables particularly economical and reliable operation in the volume flow range up to 6.30 m³/min. In addition, the concept of the fixed-speed compressed air systems is aimed at long service lives and low maintenance costs, making the screw compressors particularly suitable for use as base-load compressors in continuous operation. With the intuitive ALMiG controls, the BELT series is easy to operate. The maintenance-friendly design keeps service costs absolutely manageable.

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