Single side channel blower or wet gases treatment system. Typically used for endothermic engine fuel.

For more information about the application see also: Power Generation, Renewable Energy.

General information

Up to 55 MW

POWER

Up to 500 mbar

PRESSURE

Up to 1500 Nm3/h

FLOW RATE

See our references:

  • air and biogas compression system with screw compressor
  • air and biogas compression system with screw compressor
  • air and biogas compression system with screw compressor

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BVG Series

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UVG Series

Biogas compression and treatment system composed of an oil-injected rotary screw gas compressor, directly coupled to an electric motor through a flexible coupling, controlled by inverter and by pass

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The strength of the screw

The core of Adicomp compressor stations is the screw pumping unit. It is designed and manufactured by the Termomeccanica Group, of which Adicomp is an integral part.
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Plug & Play

All Adicomp compressors are designed and made to maximise ease of installation. No special operations are required, except for installation on site and an electricity and gas supply. Everything is already set up in the company and, thanks to the commissioning service, you can fine-tune the operation of the package on site.
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Energy savings, flow control, slide valve

At Adicomp we keep an eye on energy savings and our compressors are designed to adapt to the flow of gas, which usually is not constant. To do this, our packages can be fitted with inverters, by-pass elements and a slide valve.
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Heat recovery

About 80% of the heat generated by a screw compressor can be recovered and used to reduce overall energy costs and thereby power various utilities. How? Thanks to dedicated oil/water or gas/water heat exchangers connected to the water supply on site.