New ABS Turbocompressor HST 40


ABS Group introduces the new ABS turbocompressor HST 40 – a state of the art machine extending the ABS turbocompressor range, now covering an inlet flow up to 16 000 Nm3/h with variable pressure.

New ABS Turbocompressor HST 40

ABS turbocompressor HST 40

The ABS HST 40 has signifcant technical advances resulting in up to 10 percentage points better efficiency rate then any other compressor on the market. Together with the new compact design it truly gives efficiency a new face.

“This is an extension of our well recognized turbocompressor range. Now we can offer better solutions for the larger aeration systems. We are very proud of our long track record delivering market leading life cycle cost, reduced CO2 emissions and fast pay-back”, says Tomas Wängberg, President & CEO of ABS Group.

The new machine has the quality-proven basic design of the HST-family such as a high speed motor driven by a frequency converter, electronically controlled magnetic bearing technology, no mechanical wearing parts or lubricants and more.

In addition to the ABS turbocompressors ABS offers a complete product package for the biological treatment process including fine bubble diffuser systems, pressurized and self aspirating submersible aerators, mixers, flow boosters and wastewater pumps. The ABS system experience together with market leading products offers high efficient reliable solutions delivering market leading life cycle cost.

About ABS

ABS is a global solutions provider in wastewater technology with a complete product portfolio of pumps, mixers, aerators, compressors, control and monitoring equipment, and services. ABS also offers pumps and rental services for the dewatering market. The ABS Group, with 1.800 employees and a turnover 2007 of 300 MEUR (2.7 billion SEK), is present in more than 100 countries and has around 32 subsidiaries. The ABS Group is part of the Cardo group which is listed on the Stockholm Stock Exchange.

Source: Sulzer Ltd.

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