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The Atlas Copco E-Air H450 VSD is a single-stage, oil-injected, rotary screw type air compressor, powered by an Atlas Copco electric motor with Class H insulation The E-Air VSD compressor is a game changer when it comes to performances, energy-efficiency and versatility.
The unit hosts the new generation C106 Screw element in its air end combined with an Atlas Copco integrated permanent magnet motor, cooling circuit, air/oil separation and control systems.
Special attention has been given to the overall product quality, user friendliness, ease of serviceability, and economical operation to ensure best in class cost of ownership.
The Unique feature of this new range is the PACE functionality coupled with the intuitive XC2003 controller. This pioneering technology enables multiple pressure and flow settings, ensuring you match air flow and pressure to your application needs.
Displayed while running
- Outlet pressure
• Operational Buttons
- Start and stop of the unit
- View measurements, settings and alarms
- Multi position cursor to navigate menus
• Compressor measurements displayed
- Running hours
- Regulating pressure
- Emergency stop count
- Air discharge pressure
- Minor and major service counters in hours and
• Warnings and Shutdowns
- Power phase detection
- Main Motor Overload
- Fan Motor Overload
- Vessel pressure
- Pressure Air Discharge
- Element Temperature
- View current & historical alarms present
- History of last 20 alarms and events with time
and date stamps
- Reset service timers
- Language settings
• Remote start
|Model||E-Air H450 VSD|
|Minimum effective receiver pressure||psi(g)||72.5|
|Maximum effective receiver pressure (Unloaded)||psi(g)||188.5|
|Free air delivery|
|at pressure setting 188.5 psi||cfm||324.2|
|at pressure setting 150 psi||cfm||374.6|
|at pressure setting 125 psi||cfm||412.1|
|at pressure setting of 100 psi||cfm||445.0|
|at pressure setting of 72.5 psi||cfm||454.3|
|Max. sound pressure level (Lp @ ISO 2151)||dB(A)||68.6|
|Compressed air temperature at outlet valve with aftercooler||°C (°F)||Ambient +10°C (+50°F)|
|Max. ambient temperature at sea level||°C (°F)||50 (122)|
|Max. ambient temperature at sea level with aftercooler||°C (°F)||45 (113)|
|Min. starting temperature with cold weather equipment||°C (°F)||-25 (-13)|
|Min. starting temperature without cold weather equipment||°C (°F)||<-25 (<-13)|
|Max. oil content of compressed air (w/o UD Filter)||mg/m3||10|
|Number of compression stages||1|
|Capacity of compressor oil system||US Gal (l)||6.6 (25)|
|Net capacity of air receiver||US Gal (l)||11.1 (42)|
|Air volume at inlet grating (approx.)||ft3/s||120|
|Installed motor power||hp (kW)||100 (75)|
|Voltage||V||380-460 (+/- 10%)|
|Fan(s) electrical power input||hp (kW)||2.7 (2)|
|Number of phases||3|
The units were tested both in lab and field conditions to ensure optimal performance. It’s designed to withstand the toughest working conditions. We have a mobile compressor for any in-or outdoor application. On top of peace of mind, you'll also gain low noise levels, small footprint, no fuel cost and zero emissions, high resale value, easy to use and intuitive controllers... and much more.
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