Avelair offer a range of rotary screw gas and biogas compressors for applications such as natural gas delivery to micro turbines and gas boosting applications.View Brochure
Suitable for Biogas and Natural gas compression – 2.5- 14 bar(g) output available. These compressors are built with materials designed to cope with the harshest of environments and reliably compress gas such as methane, natural gas, landfill gas and other biogas.
The compressors are designed and manufactured here in Bury St Edmunds, UK. The design concept focuses on safety and long term reliability. All our gas compressors are ATEX rated and in compliance with UK regulations. Our technical team are COMPEX trained to complete the commissioning of the compressors and to offer ongoing servicing and support.
The compressors can be offered as fixed speed or variable speed inverter driven. The control systems are normally offered as safe area but ATEX control panels can be offered on request. The key safety circuits have a validated SAFETY INTEGRITY LEVEL of 2 (SIL2) and is therefore one of the safest compressors on the market.
The key safety circuits have a validated SAFETY INTEGRITY LEVEL of 2 (SIL2) and is therefore one of the safest compressors for compressing hazardous gases.
Designed for ease of installation – indoor or outdoor spec available – plug and play.
Low maintenance required and can use multiple units in series for higher demand.
High quality build offering ultimate performance and reliability.
Fixed speed or Variable speed drive
2.2 kW to 160 kW
Pressure 2.5-15 bar (g)
Capacity 10 – 1500 m³/hr
For multiple compressor sites, compressor management controllers can be offered to ensure that the compressors are running most efficiently or on auto changeover.
We are also able to supply gas treatment systems, specialist filtration, drying systems and gas storage vessels.
The applications and required specifications are many depending on the site conditions and gas type, therefore please contact us with your enquiry.
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