CompAir has recently launched an addition to their portable range, namely the TurboScrew compressors with a Stage IV emissions compliant engine.
Launched at the company’s recent portable compressor conference in Gaydon, Warwickshire, the new TurboScrew compressors feature a QSB series Cummins engine with Selective Catalytic Reduction Technology (SCRT®) exhaust after treatment system.
The system features an oxidation catalytic converter and diesel particle filter (DPF), and is capable of removing almost all of the nitrogen oxide emissions and other pollutants from diesel exhaust gases in accordance with EC directive 97/68/EG Stage 4 final.
Commenting on the launch, Steve Downes, Sales Director – UK & Ireland at Gardner Denver said: “The launch of the Stage IV compliant units further strengthens the proven TurboScrew range. These compressors meet the requirements for numerous mobile compressed air applications, particularly where high efficiency and low emissions are required.”
About the TurboScrew Range
Weighing in at less than 3500 kg, TurboScrew compressors can be easily towed and are capable of producing pressures from 9 to 24 bar – making them ideal for a range of applications, from dry ice blasting to geothermal drilling.
- Portable Air Compressors for Hire up to 500cfm
- Free local delivery
- Brand new fleet