Fully automatic compressor control: B-CONTROL II
Optimum free air delivery rates for your application: For the compression of air, nitrogen, helium and argon
Compressor blocks in the BK 23 – BK 52 series: For uniform absorption of the internal gas forces
Robust unit construction: Thanks to fully proven BAUER system components
Standalone installation even under the most difficult ambient conditions: With effective water cooling of the compressor block and dedicated heat dissipation
As cost-effective and durable system solutions for heavy-duty applications, the water-cooled medium-pressure boosters in the GIB series by BAUER KOMPRESSOREN support a wide and varied range of options for post-compression.
The multi-stage boosters can be used in a variety of different ways: as a booster compressor of air from a compressed air supply system, as a nitrogen compressor of inert gases from generators or storage bundles, or as a gas compressor for the compression of methane from pipelines or biogas directly from the treatment system.
In line with your individual needs and industrial requirements, BAUER KOMPRESSOREN can also provide you with tailor-made turnkey system solutions.
free air delivery ¹
min. | max. ²
|Net weight approx.|
GIB 23 booster series, 40 – 90 bar 4
GIB 26 booster series, 50 – 110 bar 4
|GIB 26.7-132 3||7000||420||247||4||25||50||2||1485||132||62||3360||7400|
1 Free air delivery according to ISO 1217, power consumption at maximum final pressure under certain conditions. Other ambient conditions result in different performance data. Direct-coupled units: Values valid for 50 Hz.
2 Shut-down pressure (sensor setting).
3 Suitable for helium under certain conditions. Please check with BAUER. Certain restrictions must be considered with regard to input and final pressure.
4 Max. safety valve pressure setting = max. operating pressure. Reduced switch-off pressure.
CORRECTION FACTOR FOR FREE AIR DELIVERY
Helium free air delivery = air free air delivery × 0.8
CORRECTION FACTOR FOR POWER CONSUMPTION
Helium power consumption = air power consumption × 1.06