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December 4, 2023
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Reduce Energy Cost With Atlas Copco’s Oil-Free Low-Pressure Solutions

Atlas Copco’s continuous drive for energy efficiency to reduce your energy cost, has made innovation the heart of Atlas Copco’s values and for a century now, we have been at the forefront of compression technology thanks to a number of revolutionary introductions. For example, In a typical biological wastewater treatment plant, the aeration blower system accounts for up to 70 percent of the energy usage. By reducing the energy usage of their aeration blower system, these plants will decrease their energy costs while operating in a more environmentally friendly manner.
We have an energy-efficient solu
tion for every demand, be it water purification, waste-water treatment, pneumatic conveying, mining or any application requiring low pressure compressed air.
Purification process
When dealing with applications that require a continuous air supply, a number of needs for your compressed air system surface.
You need a solution that can handle a continuous uptime and variable air demand making sure your energy and lifecycle costs stay low.
On top of that, you require a solution that doesn’t add any extra pollutants during the purification process.
That is why we at Atlas Copco offer you a range of blower solutions that ensure you a number of benefits and answer your specific process’ needs.
Which technology is the best?
We can help you to find the right solution for your application, so it is in your benefit to compare the technologies.
An analysis of your installation and application is important. In this way we can define either one or more technologies can serve you better, or for that matter a mix of technologies – hybrid would suit your needs better.
Consult our specialists about the best technology
for your site.

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