Atlas Copco unveils next-gen portable air compressors

Atlas Copco has set new benchmarks in the portable air compressor segment with the launch of four compressors and extended light tower range. Making the life of drillers easier in key application segments is the XRH 1100 PLUS, which is tailor-made for specialized applications like water well drilling, foundation drilling, coal mining and blast-hole drilling. Key features include a highly efficient screw element design resulting in 11% better fuel efficiency. The exhaust is tucked away in a smart, sleek design to ensure ease of movement during transportation from one drilling site to another.

The XAWS 550 PACE enables the customers to pick the pressure with the PACE technology. Pressure Adjusted through Cognitive Electronics is the first of its kind technology in the portable air compressor segment where pressure can be set with the XC2003 digital controller in 3 simple steps. Key features include one compressor with wider pressure range from 6 to 15 bar; highly efficient screw element and PACE technology for 8% better fuel efficiency; and easy to maintain with new separator design and single side service.

The XAV216 PLUS portable air compressor with four variants is the new technology driver in the 450 – 600 cfm range of compressors to cover a wide range of applications.

Higher productivity is achieved with 5% better fuel efficiency. It has an advanced screw element design engineered to the highest standards in the industry. A more efficient cooling system makes this compressor best in class for higher output in mining applications. Its new sleek canopy and separator design, single side service and common drainage points ensure ease of service and higher machine running hours.

The XA187 PLUS portable air compressor is an upgraded version of the XA187 model. A new highly efficient screw element results in improved fuel consumption by 4%.

Efficient filtration is managed with a separate air filter for both engine and compressor and a new simple canopy design makes servicing easy. Time spent on maintenance is further reduced due to the radiator and cooler placed side by side for efficient cooling.

With the launch of the HiLight V4+ LED light tower, the light range now extends from 250 W to 350 W. While the HiLight V5+ can illuminate an area of approximately 5,000 sqm, the HiLight V4+ covers an area of 4000 sqm with an average brightness of 20 lux.

It is the first CPCB II compliant for the entire light towers in India. Hardhat® canopy ensures robustness, no rusting and higher resale value. It gives fuel savings of up to 50% compared to metal halide. The LED lamps are made as per IK08 and IP67 standards.

Said Atlas Copco India Ltd., Power Equipment, General Manager, Tony Van Herbruggen, “Four new products launched here is a testimony of our expertise in compressor technology and our continued focus on innovation. Further, the new extended range of light towers is another important addition to a technologically advanced product portfolio. These latest compressors are Made in India at Chakan facility in Pune supported with strong aftermarket service that helps customers to enhance productivity, increase machine uptime, and achieve optimal fuel economy.”
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