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Air compressor HAUG.Sirius Nanoloc
nitrogennatural gasfor oxygen

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Characteristics

Type
air, nitrogen, natural gas, for oxygen, helium, hydrogen, for CNG, for process gas, biogas
Portability
stationary
Power source
electric
Technology
piston
Lubrication
oil-free
Other characteristics
direct-drive, rugged, air-cooled, water-cooled, energy-saving, multi-stage, other gases, gas-tight
Applications
for chemical applications, industrial, for medical applications, laboratory, for food applications, for the petrochemical industry, high-purity, process, for OEM, for gas, recovery, for pharmaceutical applications, for the gas industry, for natural gas separation units, for refrigerant recovery
Pressure

Max.: 450 bar (6,526.7 psi)

Min.: 10 bar (145.04 psi)

Flow

Max.: 60 m³/h (2,118.88 ft³/h)

Min.: 10 m³/h (353.15 ft³/h)

Power

Max.: 30 kW (40.79 hp)

Min.: 7.5 kW (10.2 hp)

Description

HAUG.Sirius - the only oil-free high-pressure piston compressor for "anygas" The HAUG.Sirius Nanoloc is the first compressor to combine Sauer’s extensive know-how in high-pressure applications and HAUG Sauer’s expertise in manufacturing oil-free solutions. The result is a powerful high-pressure compressor that is entirely oil-free to ensure excellent gas purity. The hermetically gas-tight construction achieves extremely low leak rates and enables 4-stage compression of almost any gas. With a volume flow rate of 60 Nm³/h, the compressor operates at a suction pressure of 5 bar.g and a final pressure of 450 bar.g. About the series: The HAUG.Sirius series has been used since 1973 for compression of air and gases and is a very mature compressor concept which, over the decades, has been continuously improved and developed. In the meantime, countless variants have been made available for different applications.HAUG.Sirius compressors with magnetic coupling were developed by HAUG Sauer and provide compression of gases without leaks. This hermetically sealed and entirely wear-free drive was first employed by HAUG Sauer in a piston compressor in 1989 and can be used for suction pressures up to 16 bar.

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