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Piston compressor HX, HN series
airnitrogenhydrogen

piston compressor
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Characteristics

Technology
piston
Type
air, nitrogen, hydrogen
Power source
electric
Portability
stationary
Lubrication
oil-free
Application domain
industrial
Applications
process
Pressure

Max.: 50 bar (725.19 psi)

Min.: 0.04 bar (0.58 psi)

Flow

Max.: 14,000 m³/h (494,405.33 ft³/h)

Min.: 130 m³/h (4,590.91 ft³/h)

Power

Max.: 590 kW (802.18 hp)

Min.: 55 kW (74.78 hp)

Description

Oil-free piston compressors for air and gas HX & HN Series Offering extremely reliable solutions for a wide range of applications, our HX/HN Series oil-free piston compressors help keep your costs in check with low maintenance requirements. HX and HN compressors handle gases such as air, nitrogen, CO/CO2, methane, hydrogen and argon. In addition to standard packages, they can be customized to meet your exact process requirements Certified oil-free Securing your process with the best possible air and gas quality, oil-free technology meets the stringent ISO Class Zero standard. Oil-free delivery is not only important when gas comes into contact with consumable end products; it also eliminates the adverse effects that oil can have on your processes and equipment. Fully adaptable to your application needs We can meet your gas composition compatibility and inlet pressure requirements with fully customized parts and materials. Choose components (valves, piston rod packings, cylinders) according to your gas type and humidity content, or select a standardized setup. Handling many gases and applications Meet one of the most versatile compressors in the industry: HX/HN compressors handle air, nitrogen, helium, hydrogen, argon, CO/CO2, biomethane, natural gas, compressed natural gas for grid injection etc
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