Food & Beverage
When it comes to clean, oil free compressed air and nitrogen for your food and beverage processes, you can't afford to compromise and risk oil contamination.
100% Oil-free air compressor: ISO-certified
For every critical stage in your production and packaging operations, you can rely on our ISO-certified 100% oil free compressors.
Our 24/7 flexible rental service ensures your operations are safe, both in planned and emergency shutdown situations - even when your power supply is compromised.
Instrument air: 100% oil free air
Modified atmospheric packaging (MAP): a continuous flow of compressed nitrogen at desired purity
Cooling & Spraying
Waste water treatment Electricity supply: diesel-driven generators to counter power breakdowns or shortage
Eliminate all risk of contamination
Atlas Copco oil free screw compressors are developed for applications demanding the highest level of purity.
For these applications zero oil means zero risk of oil contamination.
zero risk of damaged or unsafe products or of losses due to operational downtime. Above all, zero oil means zero risk of ruining your hard-earned reputation.
Advantages of Atlas Copco Rental air compressor packages
Fuel efficient diesel-driven machines benefit from fuel efficiency and low emissions with our diesel-driven models
Energy efficient electric machines: Variable Speed Drive (VSD) technology in electric models deliver a perfect match between air delivery and demand for energy savings up to 35%
Reliability: state-of-the-art compressors with a proven track record of reliability: minimize your downtime with smooth performance
Excellent maintenance: all routine maintenance included in the rental price
24/7 availability and full service: experienced engineers design set-ups to match your needs, complete fuelling service available
Clean air guarantee: minimize environmental impact with contamination-free air
Atlas Copco Rental Japan supplies 100% oil-free electric mobile air compressors to semiconductor manufacturer during production site expansion project.
July 15, 2019
When Japanese semiconductor manufacturer decided to expand its site last October, they needed extra air in order to get their production line up and running as soon as possible.