Atlas Copco GA 90+ -160 and GA 110-160 VSD Rotary Compressors
Beyond a superior screw element
GA 90+-160 and GA 110-160 VSD compressors provide high-quality compressed air in the harshest environmental conditions. Incorporating the patented Atlas Copco’s oil-injected screw element, they provide a long and trouble-free life at the lowest possible operating cost.
Keeping your production up and running
GA compressors ensure long and trouble-free lifetime at the lowest operating cost. At their core are state-of-the-art compression elements based on innovative asymmetric rotor profiles and powered by a high efficiency electric motor. Combined with a built-to-last drive system and heavy duty air inlet filters, this results in maximum reliability to operate in the toughest conditions and at ambient temperatures up to 55°C/131°F.
Reducing your production costs
The innovative design of GA compressors reduces your energy bill and overall compressor lifecycle costs. GA compressors are pre-assembled packages: installation is fault-free, commissioning time is low and no external instrumentation air is required.
Protecting your process
The, “full feature,” concept includes compressed air and air treatment equipment integrated in the compressor canopy. This limits installation costs and space requirements. The integrated water separator immediately removes 100% of the condensate, resulting in higher air quality.
Maximizing your savings
As there is no “one size fits all” concept, Atlas Copco has developed a range of features and options to optimize the use of a compressor: from running the machine at high temperatures, to extra safety devices.
VSD: Driving down your energy costs
Over 70% of a compressor’s lifecycle cost is taken up by the energy it consumes. Moreover, the generation of compressed air can account for more than 40% of a plant’s total electricity bill. To cut your energy costs, Atlas Copco has pioneered Variable Speed Drive (VSD) technology for several decades. VSD leads to major energy savings, reducing the consumption of energy producing fuels and protecting the environment for future generations.